A Better Life After Brain Injury

Life following brain injury is difficult not only for survivors but their caregivers and families.
We offer inspiration, information, and a supporting community to brain injury survivors.

Open House

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month.

Join us on Saturday, March 14th from 10 AM – 2 PM  for an Open House featuring games, conversation and refreshments.

Our Mission


Support traumatic brain injury survivors, caregivers and their families.


Inform professionals whose work touches clients with a head injury.


 Promote prevention.


Increase awareness of the impact of traumatic brain injury on society.

Upcoming Events

March 14 – Open House

Join us on Saturday, March 14 from 10 AM to 2 PM for an Open House.  There will be games, conversation and refreshments.  All fleece blankets will be half off.  Moses, our therapy dog, will be joining us!

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GivingTuesday, a global movement created in 2012, is based on the simple idea of connecting people with organizations in the community focused on making a difference.  The event takes place this year on Tuesday, December 3

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An Evening with Bob Woodruff – Sat 11/16

The Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center and Mercy Health, the presenting sponsor, are excited to welcome ABC News journalist and traumatic brain injury survivor, Bob Woodruff, to the Center on Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM.

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Fleece Frenzy FUNdraiser!

As cooler weather sets into Northwest Ohio, our fleece shop will be open additional days to give you an extra chance to purchase one of our blankets, car seat ponchos or pet blankets.

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Bike Rodeo with Metroparks

Members of TBIRC were on hand to answer questions about concussions and bike safety on Saturday, September 21 at Wildwood Metropark at an event hosted by the Toledo Metroparks.   Children and adults received new helmets at no charge.  Kids tested their bike...

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Major Renovation Completed

It was a busy summer as we completed a major renovation of the center.  The focal point of improvements is our expanded, accessible kitchen featuring a 12-foot island. This new kitchen will be used for teaching the importance of nutrition in brain injury recover and...

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