SCI Active Network is a positive network that connects Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) survivors and their families through peer mentoring; and empowers an active lifestyle towards mobility, independence, and a higher quality of life.
Our experienced group of trained mentors visit, speak, and teach classes at Northern California Rehabilitation centers and within our community.
Roll On/Bowl On
The always popular Roll On/Bowl On event is a family-inclusive bowling night at different locations throughout Northern California.
We support mobility and independence by maintaining and providing lightweight manual wheelchairs to survivors in need.
We host the largest and fast growing monthly network meet-up throuhout the Bay Area in Berkeley. All meet-ups are from 6-8:30 p.m. with food/drinks provided. Social hour to start each meeting with presentations starting promptly at 7 p.m. Alcohol-free and substance-free.
Berkeley meet-up is at the Ed Robert’s Campus on the 2nd Thursday of every month unless otherwise stated.
San Francisco meeting has been DISCONTINUED with the focus and resources going to the Berkeley monthly meet-up and future outings in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area.
SCI ACTIVE NETWORK
Troy Plunkett was a full-time working 17 year-old high school senior from Vallejo, California and loved racing motocross. On Easter Sunday morning in 2003, training for an upcoming race he had a mechanical failure with his engine off the face of a jump causing a terrifying crash. The result of the crash was a severely broken rib and fractured T9-10 vertebrae...