Why go to a support group?

Support groups are opportunities to meet people who live with brain injury themselves.

They can support you and accept you with the compassion that comes from their own experiences. No judgment, just understanding.

Support group members have learned from their journeys and can share information with you. Point you toward resources. Encourage you. They get where you're coming from.

Support groups are partnerships in recovery. They provide a place where you belong-without effort. Just the way you are.

Why go to a support group?

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Support groups are opportunities to meet people who live with brain injury themselves.

They can support you and accept you with the compassion that comes from their own experiences. No judgment, just understanding.

Support group members have learned from their journeys and can share information with you. Point you toward resources. Encourage you. They get where you're coming from.

Support groups are partnerships in recovery. They provide a place where you belong-without effort. Just the way you are.

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