Welcome to the Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center!

A Better Life After Brain Injury

Life following a brain injury is difficult not only for survivors but their caregivers and families. We offer inspiration, information, and a supporting community to brain injury survivors. Discover how you can find hope, resources, and support at the Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center. Join us on our journey towards a better life after brain injury.

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Community of Survivors

TBIRC is a community created by survivors for survivors. All programming is offered free of charge to everyone regardless of means. Since we are a community center and not a medical treating facility, we are not eligible for reimbursement by Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. Instead, we rely on the support of the community. Donations can be made in person, by mail or clicking the button below.

Schedule

Note: On the days we are open with no activities listed, we are meeting with individuals by appointment only.  If interested in additional activities or volunteer opportunities at the Center, please call (419) 214-0555 for dates and times.  In the event of inclement winter weather, we will close during Level 2 and Level 3 Snow Emergencies.

Videos

Feed Your Brain!

Feed Your Brain!

Rachel Scheider, a reporter from Toledo's 13abc, stopped by the center to meet with survivors, discuss the role that nutrition plays in recovery, and learn about a food drive to support the center following a major renovation of the kitchen.

What makes TBIRC special?

What makes TBIRC special?

Since we opened in April 2015, graduate students from the University of Toledo Speech Language Pathology (SLP) have led group sessions with brain injury survivors under the direction of a clinician.   In the following video created by students, survivors share their...

Welcome, Moses!

Welcome, Moses!

TBIRC recently welcomed Moses, a black Labrador retriever puppy, who will be trained as an emotional support dog.  Toledo 13abc's Lissa Guyton visited the center to meet Moses and his role with brain injury survivors.

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