Schurig Center has been fortunate to have editorial cartoonist Paul Miller share his talent and enthusiasm for art as a weekly volunteer in our Art Studio for many years. During August 2017 at Marin Humane, animal drawings by Paul Miller will be on display for viewing along with original animal drawings and mixed media artwork created by artists in Schurig Center’s Art Studio under Paul’s instruction. [ Learn more about Paul ]
You probably do because... A stroke happens every 40 seconds in the U.S.
3.8 million concussions occur each year.
Traumatic brain injury is more prevalent than spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, and breast cancer combined.
We Are Here to Help! If you or a loved one has experienced a brain injury, there is a place to go for continued rehabilitation, education, support, and a community that understands. Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery is a non-profit, post-acute therapeutic center offering an array of affordable support services designed to help survivors and their families rebuild their lives after an acquired brain injury. Our Mission To improve the quality of life for survivors of acquired brain injury and their families and to raise community awareness about the causes and effects of these disabilities.
August 3 to 31, 2017 at Marin Humane Throughout August, original animal drawings and mixed media artworks created by artists in Schurig Center's Art Studio will be available for viewing at Marin Humane in Novato. Drawings by long-time volunteer Paul Miller, who guest lectures and teaches animal drawing groups in our Therapeutic Art Program, will also be on display. Learn more about how expressive arts provide rehabilitation for the soul and the brain. Special thanks to our friends at Marin Humane for hosting! Marin Humane
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato (map)
Free Admission, Public Viewing Hours
Monday to Sunday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
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Each year, Schurig Center must fundraise over 80% of our budget. We do not receive health insurance reimbursements and only minimal government funding. Our work is made possible by community-minded individuals, like YOU!
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