United Spinal Association Chapters
United Spinal Association Chapters are self-dependent organizations that share the goals of United Spinal Association and support them within a specified geographical region. They support the spinal cord injury/disease community in many different ways – by promoting health and well being, promoting inclusion and independence, organizing local events and projects, advocating for rights and accessibility, and offering information and support to their chapter communities.
Our chapters may have different missions and programs, yet all share the same dedication to enhancing the lives of people with spinal cord injury/disease, their families, and those who provide their care.
All United Spinal Chapters
Our Mission: "To connect the individual living with a spinal cord injury, regardless of age, gender or time lapsed since injury, to successfully integrate into their community to improve quality of life by providing support, information and personal connections."
The mission of the Colorado Springs Chapter of United Spinal Association is to empower persons with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence and full community participation.
The mission of the South Central Pennsylvania Chapter of United Spinal Association is to advocate for individuals with disability. The chapter meets the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm.
United Spinal Association Southern Michigan Chapter provides advocacy and empowerment to those affected by spinal cord injury and disease.
The Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter supports its spinal cord injury community thorugh peer mentoring, support groups, member outings, annual picnic, volunteering at the festivals as well as financial support for those in crisis, scholarships and seed funding grants to find a Cure.
The mission of Madison SCI is to benefit and raise awareness of the community of people with spinal cord issues (injury, illness, & disease) and related conditions – including multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and others.
The Washington State Chapter of United Spinal connects and empowers the paralysis community in the Pacific Northwest through support groups, community activities, annual gatherings, and educational programs.
nited Spinal Association of Virginia supports and provides resources to people with spinal cord injury or disease and assists them in achieving their highest level of health, independence and quality of life.