Online Webinar on Sexuality, Fertility, and Spinal Cord Injury
Guest Speaker: Dr. Ryan Doan, MD, PM&R, from Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center. Topics to be discussed: Possible changes in sexuality after SCI, sexual function, fertility and reproducion, management of bodily functions, and other aspects of sexual health for SCI. Click Here for more information!
Sacramento Spinal Foundation Vehicle Donation Program
Donate a car to Sacramento Spinal Foundation and help individuals living with spinal cord injures. Each vehicle donation helps Sacramento Spinal Foundation provide programs, resources, and financial support for those living with spinal injuries. Make a difference today! Click Here for more information!
As the capital of California, Sacramento offers a range of exciting attractions for locals and visitors. Sacramento is known for the capitol building, but it also features bike trails, rivers, parks, performing arts, restaurants, shops in historic Old Sacramento and museums like Crocker Art Museum, Governor’s Mansion, Railroad Museum, and California Automobile Museum. Centrally located between Silicon Valley, San Francisco, the Napa vineyards, and the Sierra Mountains, there’s no shortage of things to do. Thankfully, most of Sacramento is very accessible. Click Here to read the entire article.
Sacramento Spinal Foundation's goal is to make the road to recovery easier for individuals with SCI. We stay updated on the latest news, advancements, and programs that can have an impact on someone with a SCI. We know that sometimes a simple item or service will enable someone to live a more functional independent life, but financial strains keep it out of reach. SSF helps bridge that gap. We pair individuals with supporters who can help meet their needs. We have fundraisers where we team up with an individual to raise funds for specific items or services, or you can create your own crowdfund. And we provide financial assistance through our Quality of Life Grant program.
According to a study initiated by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, there are nearly 1 in 50 people living with paralysis -- approximately 6 million people. That's the same number of people as the combined populations of Sacramento, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. And that number is nearly 33% higher than previous estimates showed.
It means that we all know someone -- a brother, sister, friend, neighbor, or colleague -- living with paralysis.
Sacramento Spinal Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the life of individuals with spinal cord injuries and their families in Sacramento and Yolo County. Please support us by making a donation today, and help provide resources to so many people in need.