Additional resources to help with recovery after injury
The Trauma Survivors Network (TSN)
We are a community of patients and survivors looking to connect with one another and rebuild their lives after a serious injury. The underlying goal of our resources and programs is to ensure the victims of trauma a stable recovery and to connect those who share similar stories.
MUSC Trauma Talk Support Group
Every third Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:00pm.
Upcoming groups: June 17th, July 15th, August 19th, September 16th, October 21st, November 18th and December 16th 2020.
A support group designed for trauma survivors 18+ to connect with each other and offer support in recovery. Open to survivors, caregivers and family members. Example topics include stress and coping, adapting to a "new normal", communication tools, how to set and accomplish your goals, pain management, and more.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
The National Crime Victims Center
The NCVC offers a variety of specialized, evidence-based assessment, intervention, and treatment services to adult and child victims of violent crime and their families, as well as to victims of other forms of traumatic events, such as automobile accidents, house fires, industrial accidents, terrorist attacks, and natural disasters.
Charleston Area Support Groups
After leaving the hospital or rehabilitation facility, the Trauma Survivors Support Group provides an opportunity that allows trauma survivors and their families to connect with other survivors. When you have experienced a major event in your life, like being injured, it is helpful to talk with others. We can learn by talking to other survivors and sharing how we deal with the challenges of recovery.
People Against Rape
People Against Rape (PAR) is a sexual assault advocacy program offering free support and services for survivors of sexual assault in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley counties of South Carolina.
Caring.com - A Caregiver’s Guide to Coping with Stress and Burnout
Caring.com is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. Caring.com offers a caregiver's guide to help with burnout and stress, including how to identify and manage each. The link below also provides respite care options and a list of helpful resources for caregivers.
The Family Tree Program
An outpatient adolescent substance use treatment program that offers therapy to children ages 12-18 who reside in the Berkley, Charleston and Dorchester counties. The adolescent may also present with co-occurring mental illness such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma or post-traumatic like symptoms, etc. They will receive therapeutic interventions such as psychoeducation, cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational enhancement as part of the treatment included within their time at Family Tree. If you or a loved one are looking to learn more about the Family Tree Program call 843-709-6663.