North Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association

SUPPORT, COMMUNICATION,

INFORMATION, ADVOCACY

 
 

North Carolina SCI/D Support Groups

 

Spinal Cord Injury Support Group (patients and caregivers) - Asheville
Third Thursday of every month, 11:00 - 12:00 pm
CarePartners Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital Family Room - 68 Sweeten Creek Road, Asheville, NC 28803
Contact: Debbie Johnson, PT, 1-828-274-2400 ext. 4318

 

WakeMed Rehab SCI/D Group - Raleigh
WakeMed Health and Hospital - 3000 New Bern Ave, Raleigh, NC
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month
It's an open forum and the group provides an opportunity to socialize,support one another and share resource information.
For individuals with SCI/D only.
Contact: Maria Rivera, WakeMed, 1-919-350-4163 or marivera@wakemed.org for more information.

 

SpiNet, Spinal Cord Injury Support Group - Winston Salem
Meetings are the third Thursday of the month
Meeting location varies
Meetings range from social, recreational, and educational!
Contact: Melissa MB Wilkins, President, SpiNet, triadspinet@gmail.com
Check us out on facebook! SpiNet: Spinal Cord Injury Support Group

 

SCI Peer Group
Carolinas Rehabilitation - Main
1100 Blyth Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
First Wednesday of the month, 4:30-5:30pm
Virtual Option Available
RSVP/Contact Information:
SCIPeers@attriumhealth.org
Allison.wilder@atriumhealth.org
Sally.Rickard@atriumhealth.org
See Flyer

 

Paralysis Peer Support Gathering
Back to Independence Rehab
Third Thursday of the month, Noon-1pm
Back to Independence Rehab, 4801 Chastain Ave, Suite 194
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: 980.272.7105
www.BtIrehab.com
darci@btirehab.com
See Flyer

 

TBI Support Group - Raleigh
For individuals with brain injuries and families
Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7pm in WakeMed Conference Dining on the WakeMed Campus.
For more information call the BIANC at 919.833.9634.
Sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of NC and WakeMed

 

Cary Brain Injury Support Group - Cary
For individuals with brain injuries and families
First Monday of every month, 6:30 - 8:00 pm
WakeMed Cary Hospital Conference Room A
For more information call 919.460.9094
Sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of NC and WakeMed

 

Support Team for Active Recreation (STAR) - Greenville area
Independence Through Social and Adaptive Recreational Activities
STAR's Mission is to Enhance the Quality of Life for Individuals with Disabilities through Socialization, Education and Adaptive Recreation
www.star-recreation.org
Contact: Jim Barrett at Pitt County Memorial Hospital Regional Rehabilitation Center, 1-252-847-4445 for more information

 

Adaptive Sports and Adventures Program (ASAP) - Charlotte
Community Program at Carolinas Rehabilitation, Charlotte, NC, the southeast largest rehabilitation hospital.
The Adaptive Sports and Adventures Program is designed to challenge youth and adults with physical disabilities to develop skills that will lead to and enhance an active and productive lifestyle-one without barriers or limits. www.carolinasrehabilitation.org  or http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=113233468479
Contact: Jennifer Moore LRT/CTRS, Coordinator, Recreation Therapy/Adaptive Sports and Adventures Program, Carolinas Rehabilitation, 1-704-355-1064
Click for ASAP brochure
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UNC Team Cord Strength
Fourth Wednesday of the month, 1-2pm
UNC Center for Rehabilitation Care (CRC)
Chapel Hill, NC
Contact Blaise Morrison, UNC, Ph.D, LP, CRC, LPC(OH
Blaise_Morrison@med.unc.edu
or Debbie Myers, NCSCIA, support@ncscia.org, 919.234.4171

 

SCI/D Facebook Support Groups

SPINAL CORD PEER SUPPORT WORLDWIDE
https://www.facebook.com/groups/SCPSUSA/

Managed by Jay Erwin,  creator of SPINAL CORD PEER SUPPORT USA (SCPS USA). They have an amazing world wide group which has grown to over 3,500 members.

Monthly meetings also held at the Boone Wellness Center - Boone
First Thursday of the month
Facilitated by Jay Erwin, contact him through the facebook group

 

FAITH PAGE
https://www.facebook.com/groups/SCPSUSA/

If someone is looking for spiritual help, encouragement, motivation, inspiration and want to learn spiritually, Jay Erwin  also manages “FAITH PAGE.” Many times the spinal cord injured or their Caregivers give up on hope and Faith Page helps to restore that Hope!

 

DISABILITY TRADING ZONE
https://www.facebook.com/groups/SCPSUSA

Disability flea market on Facebook, managed by Jay Erwin.  It is called the Disability Trading Zone and it has grown to over 5,500 members. DTS is a great place for the disabled to Buy, Sell or Trade the things that make their lives easier. Check them out!

 

Spinal Cord Injury USA Group
Admin Clint Cook

 

United Spinal Association Spinal Cord Injury Support Group
Admin Lindsey Elliot

 

United Spinal Association Advocacy Network
Admin Annie Streit

 

Adaptive Sports Connection and Resources

 

 

 

Please call or email the NCSCIA with information or additional support groups in your area.  We would be happy to display information about new and/or established support groups in your area.  1-919-234-4171 or www.ncscia.org

 

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