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NKY Support Group and Engagement Programs
Bridges is a Northern Ky Brain Injury Support group established in April 2004 at the request of numerous brain injured survivors and family members. 
The acronym of BRIDGES means BRain Injury Demands Guidance Educati
on and Support.

Monthly Support Group for Brain Injury survivors and Caregivers

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Virtual Until Further Notice!

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Support Group Update! 

Next Meeting:

January 20th, 2022



Due to increasing Covid risks and restrictions, the meetings will held virtually until further notice. 

You can join via Zoom online:

Or call in: 1-301-715-8592

and enter meeting ID number: 870 6722 6862


 Click HERE for a direct link to join in person.

Please watch for more updates. 

Facebook @ braininjuryalliancenky

For questions, please call 859-379-8230

**Limited in-person attendance for those without computer access may be available-

please call 859-667-2766 for info. 

The BRIDGES NKY Support Group NORMALLY meets the 3rd Thursday of every month at 6:00 PM at
Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital 
5940 Merchants St Florence Ky 41042

Meals are provided 
Monthly Topics

**If you are interested in presenting a topic please call 859-379-8230

On September 16th, NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) NKY presented
"Pandemic Effects and Coping".

Click HERE for the PowerPoint presentation to learn more.  


To contact Bridges directly for support group information, please call:


Community Engagement

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BIANK YouTube Channel

We have started a YouTube page!

Jarred Payne, a BIANK board member and brain injury survivor, has launched 3 different series on topics of interest for survivors and the general public. Be sure to subscribe and catch all of the upcoming videos! 


Living with Brain Injury Video Series

As part of the YouTube series, video interviews allow us to highlight members of the Bridges Community and tell their stories.

Holding Hands
Are you interested in becoming a peer mentor to help families through what you may have experienced with brain injury? 

Please email 

To contact BIANK for outreach or community education/prevention events, contact Lori Tharp at 859-379-8230.