The main office of the Fraser Valley Brain Injury is still closed to the public until September, 2021. We are are still busy offering remote services and some programs are returning to limited in-person activities. Contact 604-858-9027 or email info@fvbia.org for more information.

In accordance with guidelines from Government and Health Officials  regarding COVID-19, the offices of the Fraser Valley Brain Injury are closed until further notice. 


Although the office is closed, phone and emails will be answered during regular office hours 8:00 am – 2:30 pm, Monday – Friday.

While our in-person group programs are currently limited, we are still providing remote case management and group support. We are also taking new clients for case management, online networking/ support services and future programs.

Please contact us at our new temporary number at 604-858-9027 or email us at info@fvbia.org for further inquiries, questions or concerns.

Case Management is still available and if you have been assigned a Case Manager, please contact them directly.

Everyone’s health is uppermost in our minds and hopefully it will not be long before we can continue with business as usual.

Kind regards from,

All of us at FVBIA

It’s time to learn about Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

Services and Support

If you are looking for information or support because you or someone you know has had an acquired brain injury, please contact us.

The Fraser Valley Brain Injury Association (FVBIA) provides a variety of services including case management services, support groups and drop-in centres. 

A variety of community-based recreation programs including the popular “ArtWorks!” project are going on throughout the Valley at any given time.

See our latest newsletter for current times and locations for all activities.

We also have a number of annual events including the The Brain Injury Golf Classic, the Pathway to Hope Dinner and the Christmas Dinner and Silent Auction fundraiser.

You can also contact us for more details about any of the following:

  • Resources and Information
  • General information on acquired brain injury (ABI)
  • Presentations on prevention and awareness of brain injury
  • Education for family members, including children and siblings of survivors
  • Training and education for professionals
  • Resource Materials and Community Resources

Case Management

Effective 1-1 case management is the cornerstone to recovery after acquired brain injury.

FVBIA offers skilled Case Managers to identify areas of need and help navigate the complex path back into the community.

Contact us for more information.