Support groups specifically for spinal cord injury survivors are located all over the United States. These groups strive to unite survivors on their road to recovery. Having the proper support from not only family and friends, but also those who are in a similar situation is extremely important when coping with an injury and living a happy life post-injury.
Use this interactive map to find a spinal cord injury support group close to you. We will be continuously updating this map with new groups and locations so please check back or contact us for more information.
Having a place to share your story and get advice from others who have been in your shoes can make a huge difference. Be part of a community that cares and will support you with stories and advice that can help you adapt to life with SCI or TBI.
There are many injury cases in which the injured person is not at fault. A lawyer will be able to review the details of the case and identify whether someone else is, in fact, liable, but you can start the process by getting educated on the basics.
Learn more about your legal rights using this guide.
Injuries to the brain and/or spinal cord, even "minor" ones, can change your life forever--keeping you from the work you once could do and creating a mountain of medical bills for treatment. When your injury is caused by someone else's negligence, it's vital to find legal aid quickly to pursue your case.