SPINALpedia is a social mentoring network and video archive that allows the spinal cord injury community to motivate each other by sharing experiences.
Contact 251-460-0301 Ext. 102 Mobile, Alabama Support Group activities include the following:Fellowship- to meet and socialize with other wheel chair peersCoping- coping with conditions related to spinal injuryGoals- life after spinal injuriesThe Support Group meets on the 4th Monday of each month from 1 to 3 [...]
Serving Minnesota and North Dakota- Options IRCIL offers a large resource database for you to quickly and easily get the information you need. Information regarding topics such as Housing, Civil Rights, ADA, Pets and much more can be found here.
The Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter supports its spinal cord injury community thorugh peer mentoring, support groups, member outings, annual picnic, volunteering at the festivals as well as financial support for those in crisis, scholarships and seed funding grants to find a Cure.
The mission of Madison SCI is to benefit and raise awareness of the community of people with spinal cord issues (injury, illness, & disease) and related conditions – including multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and others.
The Washington State Chapter of United Spinal connects and empowers the paralysis community in the Pacific Northwest through support groups, community activities, annual gatherings, and educational programs.
nited Spinal Association of Virginia supports and provides resources to people with spinal cord injury or disease and assists them in achieving their highest level of health, independence and quality of life.
The United Spinal Association of Houston family is a unified effort of passionate individuals committed to creating unique services and programs to ensure high quality lives after disability.
South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association services help individuals with spinal cord injuries find a valuable resource for their needs, questions, and concerns. We also provide information, education, and support to family members and professionals who serve those with spinal cord injuries.
Founded in January of 2013, the Rhode Island Chapter of the United Spinal Association was created to improve the lives and opportunities for people with a spinal cord injury by creating support services for them and for those responsible for treating or caring for them.