Brain Injury Magazine

HOPE Magazine

HOPE Magazine is a quarterly publication that features timely articles offering insight and perspectives from brain injury survivors, caregivers and family members as well as members of the professional and support community. 

Our FREE Digital Version

The digital version of HOPE Magazine is available to readers worldwide at no cost.  In easy-to-read PDF format, our magazine is created to be easy for survivors to navigate!

Our Print Version

In early 2017, HOPE Magazine in print format debuted on Amazon. Our print version is formatted specifically for those impacted by brain injury and includes large fonts for easy reading and paper that is twice the thickness of a traditional magazine, mindful of that many live with fine motor skills challenges.

Every 21 Seconds

Someone will sustain a brain injury.
Into sports? Protect your head - wear a helmet!

Submission Guidelines

Do you have a story that you'd like to share with the world? If so, we'd love to hear from you. HOPE Magazine is always looking for stories to publish in our monthly magazine. It doesn't matter whether you are a survivor, caregiver, family member or part of the professional or support community.  Your story has value and has the power to end the isolation of others living with brain injury. 

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Advertising Information

We provide a the very unique opportunity to put your advertising message in front of a highly focused community of individuals who are familiar with traumatic brain injury. We offer a "blended approach" to our advertisers offering exposure on Facebook, on our website and in our magazine, offering maximum ad exposure.For additional information about advertising in HOPE Magazine, please contact us. 

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