We're here for you. The Brain Injury Alliance of Washington, Spokane Chapter provides support groups for head injury survivors and caregivers. We know how difficult life can be after injury, and you are not alone.
Brain Injury (noun): a physiological disruption of brain function resulting from internal or external trauma. Most often from falls or motor vehicle incidents.
A brain Injury Occurs Every 15 seconds.
1 in 10 people are affected by Traumatic Brain Injury.
In Washington State, Brain Injury is the leading cause of both death and disability among children and young adults.
More than 20,000 Washingtonians suffer a brain injury every year, and over 120,000 residents currently live with a related injury.
Brain Injury can mean years of frustration and isolation. The Washington Brain Injury Alliance is here to help. The Spokane chapter provides local support to Eastern Washington residents.
Head Injury Survivor Support Group-Meets 2nd Wednesday every month at St. Luke's Rehabilitation, 711 S. Cowley, Room 200, Spokane, Washington. 6:30 p.m. All head injury survivors are welcome.
Caregiver Support Group-Meets 2nd Wednesday every month at St. Luke's Rehabilitation, 711 S. Cowley, Room L-1, Spokane, Washington. 6:30 p.m. Caregivers are welcome to come and recharge while their survivor is attending their support group.
Local Resource Number: (509) 838-9348
The BIAWA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
Tax ID 91-1206800