Spinal Cord Injury BC’s Resource Centre is a hub of different resources related to living with a spinal cord injury, or a related disability, in British Columbia.
Useful information for individuals with a new spinal cord injury and their family members.
Learn more about your injury and what it means.
Find answers online through the SCI Info Database with over 800 resources related to living with a spinal cord injury or related disability in British Columbia.
Call our toll-free help line to speak with one of our knowledgeable Information Services Agents for answers to your questions on living with a spinal cord injury or related disability.
Choice in Supports for Independent Living. Our detailed CSIL guide will help you take advantage of this BC Health program so you can pay for home support services.
A free, online classifieds service for buying, selling or trading adaptive equipment, wheelchairs, lift-equipped vehicles and other related items.
Participate in a study or learn more about current SCI research efforts.
A free housing listing service designed to help you rent, buy or sell housing with accessible features in British Columbia.
A free job-listing site where you can post your resume and find resources designed to help you improve your job search.
An accessible travel tips e-book, video series, and blog, created by peers for peers to help you plan your next vacation.
Accessible sports, outdoor adventures, arts and culture opportunities and more.
Find a hobby: from writing, travel and sports, to board games, woodworking and cooking, our SCI BC Peers share their passions, pastimes and expertise.
Questions about SCI and sexuality, fertility, relationships, and more? Get SCI-specific information, peer stories and resources from sexual health experts.
Everything you need to know about SCI. From the people who’ve been there. Created in partnership with G.F. Strong Rehab Centre.
Stories by and for food lovers, handy nutrition tips, and delicious SCI-conscious recipes from our monthly cooking classes.
A listing of other organizations that help people with spinal cord injuries and related disabilities in British Columbia.
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