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We know that social isolation and loneliness when recovering from PCS can create long-term psychosocial challenges. Given the complexity of symptom presentation and duration, access to community-based rehabilitation is essential for improving the quality of life for TBI survivors. Survivors often need to find a “restoration of self,” which is most effective when surrounded by others doing the same.

Retreat Goals

(1) Build community around shared experiences with persistent concussion symptoms (PCS)

(2) Share resources aimed to aid in healing physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually


Our retreat curriculum is centered around mindfulness, nature, and writing that will support each participant, no matter what stage they are in the journey.  Participants will leave the retreat with a collection of resources, opportunities for further engagement, and most importantly, a support network.

Retreat Eligibility

If you have been struggling with Post-Concussion Syndrome (PCS) or prolonged concussion symptoms for two years or longer (whether confirmed by a doctor or not) you are eligible to join our overnight retreats. Our day retreats are open to anyone struggling with PCS, regardless of timeline.


Retreats are personalized to a target group and limited in size. 

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