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Alberta Brain Injury Initiative

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

Each year, approximately 5,000 Albertans have a head injury, and if their brain is affected; they may need help to live, work and participate in their communities. Brain Injury Awareness Month in June is an opportunity to put the spotlight on prevention and available supports for people with an acquired brain injury.

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Program Purpose

The Alberta Brain Injury Initiative (ABII) supports adults with acquired brain injury to live, work, and participate in their communities. ABII is a network of agencies across the province that assist survivors and their families in accessing supports from various programs and community resources.

Service Coordination

Across Alberta, the network of agencies provide support to survivors and their families through Service Coordinators who:

  • provide information about brain injury and the services available,
  • assess individuals’ community support needs to enable them to live, work and participate in their community,
  • work with survivors, their families, and community service providers to develop service plans and service agreements as needed,
  • make referrals, where appropriate, for community supports and independent living skills development, and
  • assist survivors and their families to identify, apply for, and coordinate benefits and services.

Adults with acquired brain injury, and their families or caregivers, are encouraged to contact the Service Coordinator in their area for more information on available supports.


The Brain Injury Survival Guide is intended to provide basic information and support to survivors of acquired brain injury and their families. For a printed copy of the Survival Guide, please contact the Service Coordinator in your region from the list below.

Service Coordinators’ Contact Information

Northwest Region

Accredited Supportive Living Services

205, 10006-101 Avenue
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 0Y1
Tel: 780‑539‑0433
Toll Free 1‑877‑332‑4183
Fax: 780‑538‑2946
- Or -
5012-54 Street
Grimshaw, AB T0H 1W0
Tel: 780‑332‑4183
Fax: 780‑332‑1553

Blue Heron Support Services

204, 4723 53 Avenue
High Prairie, AB T0G 1E0
Tel: 780‑674‑4944
Fax: 780‑674‑6294

Northeast Region

St. Paul Abilities Network

4915-51 Avenue (PO Box 457)
St. Paul, AB T0A 3A0
Tel: 780‑645‑3441
Toll Free: 1‑866‑645‑3900
Fax: 780‑645‑1885
Toll Free 1‑866‑645‑3900

Blue Heron Support Services

Services Association
4925-51 Avenue (PO Box 4238)
Barrhead, AB T7N 1A2
Tel: 780‑674‑4944
Fax: 780‑674‑6294

Central Region

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
Alberta Central Region

5017-50 Avenue
Red Deer, AB T4N 4B2
Tel: 403‑342‑2266
Fax: 403‑342‑5684

Catholic Social Services

5104-48 Avenue
Red Deer, AB T4N 3T8
Tel: 403‑347‑8844
Fax: 403‑342‑1890

Edmonton Region

Brain Care Centre – Edmonton Office

Suite #305, Hys Centre, 11010-101 Street NW
Edmonton AB, T5H 4B9
Tel: 780‑477‑7575
Toll Free: 1‑800‑425‑5552
Fax: 780‑474‑4415

Brain Care Centre – Edson Office

(Box 30105) 524-50 Street
Edson, AB T7E 1Y2
Tel: 780‑712‑7560
Toll Free: 1‑866‑712‑7560
Fax: 780‑712‑7567

Calgary Region

Southern Alberta Brain Injury Society (SABIS)

102, 2116-27 Avenue NE
Calgary, AB T2E 7A6
Tel: 403‑521‑5212
Toll Free: 1‑866‑527‑2247
Fax: 403‑283‑5867

South Region

REDI Enterprises/Brain Injury Relearning Services

856 Allowance Avenue SE
Medicine Hat, AB T1A 7S6
Tel: 403‑528‑2661
Fax: 403‑528‑2647

REDI Enterprises Society/Brain Injury Relearning Services

#250, 719-4th Avenue S
Lethbridge, AB T1J 0P1
Tel: 403‑320‑7402
Fax: 403‑327‑7425

Modified: 2018-01-18
PID: 14864