+1 937 541 3654
P.O. Box 932
Sidney, OH 45365
  • I am a brain injury awareness voice...

  • Brain injuries last a lifetime!


 About Us

Alyssa's Breath is a 501c3 non-profit public charity. Our mission is to  increase public and professional awareness and understanding of brain injury and methods of prevention

We will accomplish this by educating our community, sharing research and information regarding new technologies, and by raising funds to help brain injured individuals and their families.

We could not accomplish any of our goals without the help and support of our wonderful volunteers.......SEE BELOW



The nonprofit organization, Alyssa's Breath, TBI survivors, their family and friends and other supporters have joined the ranks of national, state and community organizations to remain educated on "how to" increase awareness of TBI as well as methods of prevention. We at Alyssa's Breath have researched TBI websites for years and spoken to many physicians and professionals.  We've tried to stay "on track" regarding new laws that would affect TBI individuals and their families.  To assist us in that, we've just this year joined the Brain Injured Association of America (BIAA) as constituent members in order to gain insight and further education opportunities. The BIAA is the country's oldest and largest nationwide brain injury advocacy organization.  Their website includes too many things to mention here but we encourage all of you to visit their site or give them a call.  They have been very helpful to us!  The BIAA also offers a publication entitled "The Challenge!" which is wonderful!!!!


BRAIN INJURY CAN BE PREVENTED!  Each year 140,000 persons die from brain injuries and 70,000 persons sustain severe head injuries. There are many ways to prevent brain injuries ....SEE BELOW

TBI Prevention  ....Common sense steps must be taken to prevent traumatic brain injuries!!!!

Always wear a seat belt and make sure baby is in child safety seat or booster

                                     Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs


Always wear a helmet when on a bicycle, motorcycle, scooter, snowmobile or any other unrestrained vehicle



Wear a helmet when playing contact sports



We count on our volunteers to help with donation jars. Assist in the planning of  events and share our story that we may help Alyssa and others who are affected by TBI.

Many Ways to Help

global strategies that work

We work with doctors and therapist who specialize in TBI. Some offer Hyperbaric chambers to stimulate the brain. Others offer a vitamin enriched diet which can help with cognitive skills.


Want to help or have questions?  1 937 541 3654
7 days a week from 9:00 am to 9:00pm