Harnessing the healing power of community, Schurig Center helps people adjust to life changes and thrive after brain injury.
"Schurig Center supports healing and rehabilitation of the whole person, helping us to move forward from the trauma of injury to a more confident return to life in the community." – Robert, TBI survivor
If you or a loved one has experienced a brain injury, like a traumatic brain injury, concussion, stroke, aneurysm, lack of oxygen, or other cause, you are not alone. We are here to help! Schurig Center is a non-medical, community-based organization that picks up where the healthcare system leaves off. Our array of rehabilitation, brain injury education, and support services help survivors and family caregivers continue their recovery journey and achieve their best quality of life possible. No doctor referral is needed to attend our programs. As of November 1, 2021, Schurig Center is re-open on site, and we are offering services in-person and remotely online. Visitors to the center must be vaccinated.
Our Commitment to Inclusion & Connectedness
We don’t heal in isolation, but in community. At Schurig Center, our mission is to help all people feel less alone and live their best life possible after experiencing a brain injury. Our team is committed to fostering an inclusive, safe community where all are welcomed and accepted as they are, regardless of their sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, education, religion or financial circumstance. If your life has been changed by a brain injury, you are not alone. Schurig Center’s community is here for you.
You Can Help People Thrive After Brain Injury
Give a gift that helps ensure no one is alone after a brain injury, concussion, or stroke.
It's estimated 1 in 3 people will experience an acquired brain injury in their lifetime. Despite this prevalence, there are few services available to help people adjust to life after injury. This is where YOU can help.
When you give to Schurig Center, you help fill gaps in care, inspire renewed hope and open the door to new possibilities for survivors and their families. You let survivors know they are valuable members of our community who deserve access to the support they need to not only survive, but thrive after brain injury.
If you are in a position to help, please donate today and give as generously as you can. Your donation will help provide rehabilitation, support, and connection for over 400 people this year. Thank you!