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Local Support Groups

Benefits of Support Groups:

Members of a support group typically share their personal experiences and offer one another emotional comfort and moral support.  They may also offer practical advice and tips to help you cope with your situation.

Benefits of participating in support groups may include:

There are many support groups for survivors of acquired brain Injury and their families/supporters throughout the province.  The goal is to provide Education about ABI, share experiences, and provide support, understanding and reassurance that those living with an ABI are not alone.


SBIA Programs 

The Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA) runs many support groups and recreation programs throughout the province. For more information, see

Local Support Groups

The following are a variety of supports groups applicable to survivors of ABI, some of which are run by ABI Partnership funded programs, and some delivered by other programs. Support Groups are listed by Service Area (Northern, Central, Southern) below.
Northern Service Area:
Prince Albert
Central Service Area:
North Battleford


Meadow Lake
Southern Service Area:
Moose Jaw  






Acquired Brain Injury Partnership Project