Cure Medical: Find A Peer Support Group Near You!

9.10.2019
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Whitney Bailey
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Curated by
Whitney Bailey

“For people with disabilities, peer support groups can be a great way to network with your local disability community, get resources and even learn helpful life skills. We all know that there can be a lot to navigate, but you don’t have to do it alone. Finding a group of people who have “rolled a mile in your shoes” can make all the difference,” says Cure Medical.

Triumph foundation support group

Finding a support group that fits your needs, lifestyle and personality can be challenging. Cure Medical has compiled a list of networks that provide peer support and other resources for people with disabilities. The list is categorized by state and covers all of the United States. 

“Nothing can make us feel more safe than human relationships. It’s healing and empowering to connect with others that are having the same experiences and enduring the same challenges as we are. For those reasons and more, support and social groups exist all over the world on every topic from spinal cord injuries to rock collecting.”

three people in wheelchairs posing at Abilities Expo

Cure Medical states, “Organized by state, this list contains peer support groups for people who have cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, spinal cord injury and other conditions that may impact people who use Cure Medical products.”

The list contains the organization’s name, website, and contact info. To view the list of support groups from all 50 states, click here

Note: The list is not comprehensive, and will be updated on a regular basis.

Be sure to share this post with someone who is looking for a support group!

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