The Trauma Survivor Network (TSN) program (formerly Rebuild) provides education and support groups for current and former trauma patients, family members, friends, and caregivers. All aspects of the program are free to participants and coordinated by a clinical social worker. All groups are held at Inova Fairfax Hospital (IFH) in Falls Church, VA.
Please note: Pre-registration is required. To register or for more information, please contact one of our Trauma Survivor Network Coordinators:
Download our Education, Support Groups & Community Outreach brochure
TSN Adult Trauma Support Group
- For adult trauma survivors and their families
- First Thursday of every month 7 – 8:30 p.m.
TSN Family and Caregiver Support Group
- For the loved ones and caregivers of adults and children who have experienced a traumatic injury
- Second Thursday of every month 7 – 8:30 p.m. (same time as the art therapy group)
TSN Art Therapy Group
- For those who have experienced a traumatic injury
- Second Thursday of every month 7 – 8:30 p.m. (same time as the caregiver group)
More expressive arts groups are being added, please call for more information.
TSN Traumatic Brain Injury Education and Support Groups
TSN Spinal Cord Injury Support Group
– If you have experienced a spinal cord injury, please call for programs being offered.
TSN Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury Families Education & Support Group
- For parents, family members, or caregivers of children with TBI
- Meets quarterly on Saturdays at Brian Injury Services Springfield Office.
- Please call 703-776-6372 for more information.
If you are interested in the an f of the following areas, please give us a call:
Teen Survivors of Trauma/TBI
- Limb Loss (Amputee)
The TSN also offers workshops and conferences throughout the year geared to supporting and promoting recovery from traumatic injury to survivors and their families, as well as, educating healthcare professionals. Call for more information, 703-776-6372.
TSN also offers a Next Steps, a 6 week class, either online or several times per year at IFH, to help trauma survivors manage their life after serious injury by building on strengths and developing new coping skills. Call for more information, 703-776-6372.