BIAWA EASTERN WA RESOURCE COORDINATOR

The BIAWA provides assistance in locating local resources for survivors and caregivers dealing with Traumatic Brain Injuries.  Click the link below to email the Spokane Chapter.  We will put you in contact with our resource coordinator.

spokanebiawa@gmail.com

Other Resources

Northwest Brain Injury Symposium

https://nwbis.org/

Brain Injury Alliance of Washington

https://www.biawa.org/

Brain Injury Association of America

https://www.biausa.org/

CDC Traumatic Brain Injury

https://www.cdc.gov/traumaticbraininjury/index.html

DSHS TBI Council

https://www.dshs.wa.gov/altsa/traumatic-brain-injury/traumatic-brain-injury-advisory-council

 NON-BIAWA  LOCAL RESOURCES

Eastern WA Support Groups

TBI Survivor Support Group

St. Luke's Rehabilitation 

711 S. Cowley, Rm. 200

Spokane, WA 

4th Wednesday of the month

6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Facilitator:  Kristina Anderson

andersonkristina03@gmail.com

Brain Injury Brunch Club

Frankie Doodles Restaurant

30 E. 3rd Ave., Spokane, WA

Conference Room

2nd Saturday of the month

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Facilitator:  Nicholas Mehrnoosh

 nkmehrnoosh@eagles.ewu.edu 

 Description: The Brain Injury Brunch Club is a peer support group based in Spokane, Washington. The purpose of the group is to foster peer relationships and improve social skills for individuals living with a brain injury. The group engages in discussions and table topic activities. Any food or beverages ordered during the group session is paid for by the Brain Energy Support Team (BEST). The group is administered by a Certified Support Group Facilitator that encourages a safe and inclusive environment. 

 Brain Injury Community Support Group

4th Monday of the month

6:30 PM till 8:00 PM

Multi-Care Valley Hospital

Education Center, Davis Room

12606 E Mission Ave, Spokane, WA 99216

 

Facilitator: Marysa Rogozynski 

marysar@brainenergysupportteam.org 

 

 

Description: The Brain Injury Community Support Group provides tools and resources necessary for personal growth after a brain injury. The group utilizes the “Identity & Moving-On after TBI” curriculum, developed by Dr. Wayne Gordon at Mount Sinai Hospital and administered by the Brain Energy Support Team (BEST). Group members work to create a "map" of their goals and desires that are built upon their strengths and interests, in order to begin developing a Personal Futures Plan. The group is administered by a Certified Support Group Facilitator and meets on a monthly basis. Individuals of all ages are welcomed to attend. 

Resources

Call us:

509-838-9348

Mailing Address:  421 W. Riverside Ave., Suite 353, Spokane, WA 99201