Greetings from The United Brain Association!
You are cordially invited to join The United Brain Association, along with Oak & Reed’s Laura and Joe Moore, at our Fundraiser being held on September 22, 2022, at Oak & Reed, 45-53 North Street, Middletown, NY. Light fare and beverages will be served from 6:00 to 8:30 PM, with Oak & Reed’s full menu available throughout the evening.
We are the United Brain Association, a 501(C)3 nonprofit in Vails Gate, NY. We raise monies to support education and research into over 600 Brain and Mental Health-related issues and disorders facing all of us daily.
UBA has built a strong reputation among brain and mental health-related research institutions and professionals by providing information on over 290 of the more than 600 recognized brain disorders while funding research at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, NYU-Langone, and Yale University.
UBA takes the unique approach of uniting the treatment and cure of neurological and psychological brain-related conditions under one umbrella. These issues, disorders, and their co-morbidities occur within the same brain; addressing these issues in a unified manner leads to broad-based treatments and cures. An added benefit in treating all matters of the mind as one is reducing the stigma of a mental health diagnosis; brain issues should be addressed with an open mind and without bias.
A sense of community sets the United Brain Association apart from other brain or mental health-related organizations. UBA provides more than a central repository for information on brain and mental health-related topics; we also nurture a space for inclusivity via our supportive and relatable “Brain Stories and Videos” shared by our community. Our stories share personal experiences from our members as they journey from diagnosis through treatment to present-day approaches they find helpful.
Please visit our website and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok. We look forward to you joining the cause. Thank you for your support.
The United Brain Association Team