Experience The Impact of United Brain Association

Experience The Impact of United Brain Association

building community

Our Community of Brain Story Contributors

Receiving a diagnosis of a brain or mental-health-related issue can be an overwhelming and confusing time. Many resources are available to learn more about a condition, including our library of over 600 topics. At United Brain Association, we have found that reading or listening to the “brain stories” of others experiencing a similar condition has provided some comfort and helped the reader not feel alone with their new diagnosis.

While some brain story contributors remain anonymous, many have generously offered to connect with others to provide their support and answer any questions to someone looking for additional information. As a result, we have forged a network, built a community, and established a place to turn to when dealing with brain and mental health.

living with Tourette syndrome
Peter Marshall
20+

Brain Stories

7.5k+

Community Members

52+

Years Experience

235+

Brain Resources

finding cures

Funding Groundbreaking Brain Research

We generate crowd-sourced funding to promote Education and Research into finding cures for the more than 600 known Brain and Mental Health-related issues, with the common goal of uniting the treatment of the neurological and psychological aspects of the mind as one.

we support

Research Organizations

John Hopkins Medicine
Yale School of Medicine
NYU Langone Health
we support

Research Organizations

John Hopkins Medicine
Yale School of Medicine
NYU Langone Health
our contributors

Meet The Members of Our Community

our contributors

Meet The Members of Our Community

Josh McCune

Traumatic Brain Injury

no mind left behind

Who We Are

working together

Join Us In Giving Back

By supporting The United Brain Association, you can help us fund research into diagnosis, treatments, and cures for these debilitating and life-threatening conditions.  Together, with your support, we can unify the treatment of neurological and psychological conditions, reducing the stigma associated with mental health-related issues and treating the mind as one.