Schurig Center in Larkspur is currently seeking an Office Manager. The Office Manager is the nucleus of the organization, being the first contact for people calling or coming into the Center. This role tends to be the heart of the team, assisting other staff members with a variety of tasks and making sure operations run smoothly each day. It’s a beautiful blend of organizational work and connection with clients! [Learn more]
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.
My mother's stroke didn't just happen to her, it happened to my whole family.
We are so fortunate to have a resource like Schurig Center in our community.- Family member
There are services for athletes who have had a concussion, but there are none for those of us who were injured outside of sports. Schurig Center addresses this need for the community. I would have fallen through the cracks of the medical system without their help.- Amy, TBI & concussion survivor
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, TBI survivor
A Year of Hope & Healing Made Possible By You! Schurig Center is pleased to share this year’s Annual Report highlighting the many ways your support helped to change lives during our 2016-2017 fiscal year. We are deeply grateful to the countless donors and volunteers who continue to help us strengthen and grow our programs. [View the report!]
Performance benefitting Schurig Center! Diane Barnes invites you to join her on November 30, 2017 at 8:00 pm at The Marsh in San Francisco for “My Stroke of Luck,” a spellbinding and funny look at love, family and insurmountable odds. In her 78-minute one woman show, Barnes recounts her experience of having a stroke, her path to recovery, and more. [Learn more]
Schurig Center’s staff and participants kicked off our new Community Integration Program with an outing to Marin Humane in Novato. Community integration outings like this one allow participants to re-engage with our community, to build confidence and a sense of independence and to practice communication and social skills. [Learn more]
We recently honored our friends here at the Schurig Center who have proudly served our country with a special Veterans Day celebration. Everyone was treated to a special afternoon of patriotic music, memorable stories, poetry, and light refreshments as we showed our appreciation for our very own veterans Tod Fleming, John Nelson and Scott Parkhurst. [Read more…]