Schurig Center is pleased to provide this directory to assist acquired brain injury survivors in identifying services in the community. Listing in this directory is not intended to be an endorsement. While we have tried to verify these resources as thoroughly as possible, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information. If you find you are in need of a resource that is not listed or know of other resources that are not included, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Search the Directory
Below is a list of community resources sorted alphabetically by organization name. To search by a specific category, use the drop down menu below.
These services are not offered by or affiliated with Schurig Center. Please contact the organization in the listing directly for more information about their services.
Brain Injury Network, Santa Rosa
Survivor-led ABI advocacy group. Public policy info on website. Provides peer support and self-help meetings, family caregiver support meetings, and social and educational meetings. Advocacy on issues of importance to the brain injury community, a brain injury e-mail network and the periodic Brainwaves newsletter. The purpose of BIN is to engage in activities that promote the best interests of individuals with acquired brain injuries and assist individuals with acquired brain injuries, their families and service providers, maximize the recovery of persons with acquired brain injuries. Activities include, but are not limited to, education, emotional support and recreation for persons with acquired brain injuries.