The Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton (BIAPH) is a non-profit organization, which exists for the needs of families and survivors of brain injury in the Peel and Halton regions.
Geographically, the Peel-Halton region is wide spread with a growing population. It includes the communities of Brampton, Burlington, Georgetown, Halton Hills, Milton, Mississauga, Caledon and Oakville.
Presently the association focuses on providing information to survivors and their families as well as facilitating measures to promote the prevention of brain injury, improving quality of care, education and research. BIAPH has also established the Yuri Mutiger Memorial Fund to provide respite care relief to family and friends providing ongoing care for the brain injured.
The Board of Directors is a group of volunteers, survivors, family members and professionals. The Executive and General Board Members conduct meetings once a month. They are also active volunteers for our Information Nights, Social and Leisure Events, Injury Prevention Program and Fundraising Campaigns.
BIAPH is a community resource for the survivors of brain injury, their families, advocates & professionals.
All proceeds received at BIAPH support our programs, services and daily operations.
An important message to our supporters
The Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton place a high value on our relationship with you, our donors. Without your support, we would not be able to achieve our mission to enhance the quality of life for persons in the region(s) of Peel and Halton who are living with the effects of an acquired brain injury through:
EDUCATION, AWARENESS, SUPPORT, ADVOCACY, and PREVENTION
We thank you for your commitment to us.
We believe that transparency and accountability are essential to our success. With this in mind, we have recently joined Imagine Canada’s Ethical Code Program. You can also download the Ethical Code itself by going to www.imaginecanada.ca.