|The Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is a
nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with
spinal cord injuries. We also offer support and education to family members,
professionals, and community members.
On this site, you can learn about the Association
as well as about spinal cord injury. We encourage you
to get involved by attending any of the educational,
social, or recreational events that we, and our partners, offer.
You can also search our database to find information
about community resources as well as books and videos that are available
through our library.
If you would like to support
the Arizona Spinal Cord
Injury Association, you can
donate here. We
welcome cash and in-kind
donations of all kinds at
any time of year.
are raising money for a new
custom wheelchair for
Marlene Lovitt who had her
wheelchair stolen from the
front yard of her home while
it was drying after
cleaning. She is currently
using a loaner chair from
the Arizona Spinal Cord
Association. Her new
chair will cost over $5,000.
Any amount will help!
donate as little or as much
as you like. Every
Please contact us if you have any
questions or we can be of assistance.
Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association
5025 E Washington St #110, Phoenix, AZ 85034 (Administrative Offices)
A Chapter of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation tools and services:
Be Counted - Add yourself to our Campaign to Cure Paralysis world map.
Campaign to Cure Paralysis – We are bringing forward thinking people like you together with the Reeve Foundation to raise the financial resources and provide the dogged determination to CURE PARALYSIS. Join us!
Join our online community - Connect with others in the Paralysis Community.
The Daily Dose - Keep up to date with happenings in the Paralysis Community by reading the our blog.
Paralysis Resource Center - Find more information on living with paralysis.
Paralysis Facts and Figures - There are nearly 1 in 50 people living with paralysis in the United States -- approximately 6 million people. That number is nearly 33% higher than previous estimates showed. Almost 1.3 million of those are spinal cord injured. Learn more!
Newly Paralyzed? - If you or someone you know is newly paralyzed, start here.
Join Team Reeve! - Run a race, bike a trail, swim the tides ... turn your passion for sports into a mission to help others.
Quality of Life grants - Awards to non-profit organizations that provide services to individuals with paralysis.
Research - Learn more about our research programs which are developing and delivering treatments and cures for spinal cord injury.
Watch our videos! -
Christopher and Dana
Reeve Foundation and
Website for families
facing spinal cord
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