We don’t heal in isolation, but in community. On this global day of giving, we need your help to raise $6,000 for The Karen G. Schurig Scholarship Fund. You’ll help provide access to life-enhancing services for over 300 people this year, regardless of their ability to pay. MATCHING GIFT CHALLENGE! The first $2,000 donated for #GivingTuesday will be matched by Schurig Board of Directors member, Ellen Takayama. Don’t miss this chance to improve even more lives with your generosity! [Learn more and donate]
This holiday, give a gift that improves lives!Over 400 survivors and family caregivers this year
are counting on the generosity of caring people, like you.
In the wake of wildfires and power outages, it's difficult time for many right now. There also continues to be a critical need for people impacted by the trauma of a brain injury. Schurig Center is the only nonprofit in our area helping people live their best life after a brain injury, concussion, or stroke. And, we rely on your giving to keep our doors open.
Nobody deserves to go through brain injury alone.
Please join us in ensuring no one does. Donate today!
Your gift will go far to improve lives and abilities.
“My life was saved by my interactions with Schurig Center.
I am only one of hundreds of people who have had life breathed back
into their soul by walking through those doors.”
- Heidi, traumatic brain injury survivor/car accident
Brain injury is a pause button.
Schurig Center helps survivors press 'play' again.
At Schurig Center, we believe it's not enough to save a life. Everyone deserves to have a life. Our array of services picks up where the healthcare system leaves off to help make the recovery process after a brain injury, concussion or stroke more hopeful.
Schurig Center provides connection, education, and rehabilitation for survivors and their family members after they’ve completed initial rehabilitation. Our skilled staff and generous donors support a community of brave, determined, and capable people who are striving to rebuild their lives. And who just happen to be your friends, neighbors, and colleagues. Schurig Center gives survivors and their loved ones a place to gather, learn, rehabilitate, discuss their challenges, and share their triumphs.
It was once believed that people who sustained a Concussion would typically recover fully in a few months. Research now shows over 50% of people who sustain even just one Concussion may experience significant long-term effects for a year or longer. Thanks to your support, adults living with the effects of a Concussion are helped by innovative services not available anywhere else in our area; services that are gaining recognition as a model program. [Learn more…]
Schurig Center is thrilled to share that our volunteer Board Chair Kimberly Strub is one of five winners chosen for the National Association of Realtors® Good Neighbor Award for her tireless work helping make life better for people with brain injuries. The Good Neighbor Award recognizes REALTORS® who make extraordinary commitments to improving the quality of life in their communities. [Learn more…]
Come enjoy original art, live music, refreshments, and holiday cheer with us! Saturday, December 7, 2019, Noon to 3:00 pm at Schurig Center.
Looking for unique gifts? Original artworks and handmade gifts created by Schurig Center artists and volunteers will be available for purchase. Social, open house format. Admission is free. No RSVP is required. We will be collecting toiletries and cold weather accessories for homeless members in our community. [Get more info…]
At Schurig Center, we know how important family caregivers are! Every day, we see the love, commitment, time, and support family caregivers provide their loved ones as they navigate life after brain injury. It’s wonderful that an entire month is dedicated to honoring family caregivers and providing education to the community about how much caregivers offer those in need of help. We hope you’ll join us this month in celebrating and thanking these everyday heroes who do so much to keep our families and communities strong. [Read more…]