Side by Side Brain Injury Clubhouse... is a place where people living with the lifelong effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) are respected and valued as contributing community members.
Our rehabilitation focuses on the abilities, strengths and volunteer efforts of members who work side by side with staff to manage all operations of the Clubhouse.
In this supportive environment, members once again learn to contribute in meaningful ways that carry over to work, home and community.
Finally, a life-changing injury is transformed into a new normal for members and their families as they move from being a medical patient to living a full and satisfying life.
Renovation of our Building
As we renovate the building…it's going to require patience and flexibility for the unexpected. We plan to remain open but some construction issues could cause a last minute need to be closed for a day(hopefully not more) so we thank you in advance for your understanding! We will use Facebook, email and/or phone call to notify members of closings so please make sure we have the most updated and best information/numbers to reach you at on short notice.
Jawbones vs Sawbones
Click on the link to see what Jawbones vs Sawbones 2017 presented by Resurgens Charitable Foundation has in-store! Every year this event gets bigger and bigger and all of your support is what makes this possible. Side by Side's volunteers, attendees, sponsors, and donations are greatly appreciated. Your generous dedication is what makes this event and the Clubhouse special! Check out the Signature Event page to get details about Jawbones vs Sawbones 2017 presented by Resurgens Orthopaedics Charitable Foundation.
International Brain Injury Clubhouse Alliance 2016 Conference
November 9, 2016
The date was September 28, the weather was cool and I was heading down south to the shores of Jacksonville Beach, Florida for the 13th annual IBICA Conference. There was a meet and greet beforehand to familiarize all of the other clubhouses with one another. Side by Side was represented by myself, Judy, my mother, […]