Info on SCI

Although each SCI is different, we’ve compiled this list of organizations that can provide helpful tips on your journey to recovery.


One key aspect of recovery is peer support, for both caregivers and individuals with SCI. These organizations can help you make connections.

Funding for Rehab

Once you’ve exhausted the rehab sessions covered by insurance, there are funding sources that may be able to help you to obtain additional care.

Funding for Adaptive Technology / Equipment

Funding for assistive technology can be found from both public and private sources. This list is not all-inclusive but can be a good place to begin or expand your funding search.

Activity and Sport

Physical activity and sport can improve physical as well as mental health. We’ve collected sources for adaptive sports, outdoor recreation opportunities, exercise and more.

Educational Scholarships

There are more scholarships available for people with SCIs than ever before and can help you prepare to start college or return to school post-injury.

Funding for SCI Research

Scientists continue to investigate new ways to better understand and treat spinal cord injuries. Here are some organizations funding that research.

Disability Services

Living with an SCI is complicated, but you don’t have to do it alone. There are lots of organizations that help individuals with disabilities with everything from finding a caregiver to financial advising.

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Through our network of trusted providers, our goal is to help individuals with SCIs and their caregivers find access to programs and services that improve their quality of life. We invite your organization to join us in this mission.

“Thank you to everyone involved in the Ryan Shazier Fund for Spinal Rehabilitation! We are so grateful for your support, encouragement and generosity. Andy and I had so much fun shopping together! Thanks for all you do for the SCI community!!”

– Courtney