Brains At Risk
Brains At Risk is designed to prevent fatalities and serious injury on Massachusetts roads by raising awareness about TBI and promoting responsible driving practices. The curriculum combines video, graphics, and group discussions to demonstrate the importance of choices made behind the wheel. The program is available at sites throughout the state.
Judges, district attorneys, clerk magistrates, probation officers, and defense attorneys make referrals to the program and may require it as a condition of probation or as an alternative to formal sentencing.
A 2009 report of the Brains At Risk Evaluation Project confirmed that the program has a significant impact on attendees. Read the full Brains At Risk Report.
Brains at Risk Referral Process
To make a referral, download and print the form below, fill it out, and fax it to 508-475-0039. Brains At Risk will provide the referred individual with the necessary information for the seminar within two weeks and notify the appropriate agency of program completion or failure within five days of the scheduled seminar.
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For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508-475-0036