The Peer and Family Support Program (PFSP) is the Reeve Foundation’s national peer to peer mentoring program. The goal of PFSP is to provide critical emotional support, as well as, local and national information and resources to people living with paralysis, and their families and caregivers.
PossAbilities is a FREE community outreach program developed by the Loma Linda University Health. Its goal is to offer disabled individuals who were born with or have suffered a permanent physical injury a sense of community and a healthy social network. Our mission is to provide new direction and hope through physical, social, and educational… READ MORE
The Men with SCI Support Group have been meeting for over 10 years at Sharp Rehabilitation Center. The group currently meets every 3rd Monday of the month 4-5:30 pm. Over 120 men are on their e-mail list, exchanging information, ideas and resources. Many of these group members provide face-to-face peer mentorship to newly injured individuals, not only at… READ MORE
The Women on Wheels (WOW) Support Group gathers to share thoughts and feelings about current life challenges, victories and visions. The group is made up primarily of women in wheelchairs; however, women of all ages and disabilities are welcome to attend the group’s support groups, educational groups and social events. They meet the 1st Tuesday of… READ MORE
Our activities consist primarily of educating people who have suffered SCI about the many organizations, assistance programs, activities, and pieces of equipment that exist to help them keep living their lives to the fullest potential. We provide solutions.
United Spinal Association and The Buoniconti Fund have teamed up to create a national network of peer support groups called the “Spinal Network” to set higher standards in assisting people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D). The goal of the Spinal Network is to ensure more peer support groups in cities and towns… READ MORE