North Dakota Brain Injury Advisory Council

The North Dakota Brain Injury Advisory Council advises the North Dakota Department of Human Services and was established in 2007. The council began as a forum for stakeholders to discuss brain injury resources in North Dakota. It has grown into a group that works on developing outreach, education, services, and ongoing system improvement in the state to meet the needs of all brain injury survivors. The council is currently working on establishing bylaws and formalizing membership. All Advisory Council meetings are open to the public.

For upcoming meeting information, refer to the NDBIN event calendar.


A state where brain injuries are prevented and all North Dakotans with a brain injury achieve their desired quality of life.


To improve the quality of life for all individuals with brain injury and their families through brain injury awareness, prevention, research, education, collaboration, support services and advocacy.


Advisory Council bylaws were approved by the former North Dakota Brain Injury Advisory Committee on March 16, 2016.

Past Advisory Council Meeting Minutes

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Rebecca Quinn at 701-777-5200 or to learn more about the Advisory Council.