Up until now, it was estimated 180,000 British Columbians have a brain injury. This number is increasing significantly from overdoses and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). There is a direct correlation between brain injury, mental health challenges, addictions, homelessness, criminality and incarceration, and domestic violence. These social issues are being looked at separately with brain injury being the most underserved, yet the root cause of the problem. Developing a plan for integrated brain injury, mental health, and addictions services which are accessible, equitable, client-centered, wellness focused, diversified and culturally safe will strengthen the health of BC communities.