Mat-Su – TBI Peer Support Group

TBI Peer Support Group

First and third Wednesday, 4:00-5:30 Matsu Health Services 1363 Spruce Ave, Wasilla, AK (upstairs conference room)

Peer Support Group meeting for survivors of all types of Head injuries and their families, friends, caregivers and interested service providers. The content of each meeting varies in direct proportion to those in attendance.

For information, please contact Krystal Blair 357-2588

 

Anchorage – Head Injury Support Group

First and third Tuesday of each month, 6 to 8 pm at Access Alaska – Anchorage [map]

Peer Support Group meeting for survivors of all types of Head injuries and their families, friends, caregivers and interested service providers. The content of each meeting varies in direct proportion to those in attendance.

For information call Frank at 248-4777.

Fairbanks – Wall Busters Advocacy Group

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Second and fourth Mondays of the month, 1:00 – 2:30pm at Access Alaska – Fairbanks [map]

Our Mission: To educate and advocate for the removal of barriers to independence for people with disabilities.

Call Art or Cassie at Access Alaska 479-7940 for information or to inquire about transportation.

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Fairbanks – Multiple Sclerosis Support Group

Meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month, noon to 1:30 at Denali Center – 1510 19th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK [map]

We are an open, casual, candid discussion group where you are free to share ideas, share problems, share experiences, share information, and give support to each other. Come visit our group, you will find you are not alone. We welcome all; friends, caregivers and family!

Thanks to MS Foundation, MS Society, Access Alaska and the Denali Center!

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