Help People with Brain Injury Stay Healthy and Connected

To help us reach our goal, the first $5,000 will be matched by a generous donor!

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To help us reach our goal, the first $5,000 will be matched by a generous donor!

Your gift provide essential connection and care, during and after COVID-19

Although Schurig Center is currently closed to people coming on site, we remain open for service - virtually. Schurig Center continues to be an essential source of connection and care for people impacted by brain injury, concussion, or stroke. We are still here to help!

A global crisis like COVID-19 can cause stress for all of us. For people living with brain injury, this crisis can exacerbate challenges they already face. Social distancing can increase feelings of loneliness; result in a backslide of abilities due to lack of stimulation; add stress to domestic relationships; and, increase the need for support.

It's more important than ever that services continue to be available to support the health of those in our community living with brain injury. That's why we've adapted many of our rehabilitative and supportive services to be offered remotely during shelter-in-place. And, we need your help!

In times of uncertainty, we see the best of our community emerge.
Thank you for helping us continue to provide critically-needed connection and care, during and after this crisis.