Alaska Brain Injury Network

The Alaska Brain Injury Network (ABIN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to Alaskans whose lives have been changed by brain injury.  The ABIN mission is to educate, plan, coordinate, and advocate for services for the survivors of traumatic brain injury and their families.  ABIN’s Board of 18 directors represents all regions of Alaska, and at least 50 percent are TBI survivors or family members.
 

Contact: 
Main
907-274-2824
Walk-in Office Hours: 8:00-4:00 Monday-Friday
Toll-Free
888-574-2824
Resource Navigator: Julie Davies
(907) 274-2827
TABI Grant Coordinator: Tyler Hislop
(907) 274-2822
Address: 
121 West Fireweed Lane, Suite 175
Anchorage, AK 99503

Alaska Native Traumatic Brain Injury Connection

The Alaska Native Traumatic Brain Injury Connection (ANTBIC) works to increase awareness through education and training to offer the best outcomes for those with traumatic brain injury. The ANTBIC works with Alaska Native Tribal Health System’s Tribal health organizations and communities to increase awareness of traumatic brain injury (TBI), provide education and training, and identify individuals who have experienced TBI to help them find the right care. ANTBIC offers:

Contact: 
Address: 
4000 Ambassador Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508

Alaska Regional Hospital

Alaska Regional Hospital's neuroscience program offers technologically advanced methods of treating stroke, aneurysms and other neurological conditions.  It combines advanced technology and and patient care to provide treatment options previously unavailable in Alaska. Alaska Regional's stroke center was the first in Alaska to earn Joint Commission certification.

Contact: 
Main
907-264-1131
Alaska Regional's Stroke Center
907-264-2332
Address: 
2801 DeBarr Road
Anchorage, AK 99508