What is the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council?
The Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council’s purpose is to enhance the ability of its members to provide high quality, ethical rehabilitation, health care, and related services to people with a brain injury. This is accomplished through resource sharing and information exchange, professional development and education, promotion of beneficial legislation, advocacy for brain injury services, and support of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan.
MBIPC members provide services to people who have sustained an acquired brain injury and their families throughout the state of Michigan. Members include organizations or individual professionals that provide direct products and services to people with brain injuries and/or their families, including but not limited to: hospitals, acute and post acute programs, case management agencies, outpatient clinics, home care agencies, private practioners, legal representatives, advocates and transportation providers.
The Council is incorporated as a 501(c)6 organization. To join the MBIPC, or for more information, call (810) 229-5237.