SABIS offers a variety of weekly support groups. These groups encourage connections and peer support for brain injury survivors, as well as a chance to be social and access information and resources. SABISā€™ groups are 1.5 hour sessions that run in three month semesters. Please note that you must be an active SABIS client in order to attend groups.

Registration for SABIS Summer Groups is now open.

Healthy Relationships - Tuesdays, 10:00 ā€“ 11:30 am (July 11 - August 22, 2017)


We are pleased to once again offer this group, facilitated by a staff member from the Calgary Sexual Health Centre. Topics include sexuality, anatomy, consent, decision-making, birth control, rights, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).


Community Discoveries - Wednesdays, varied times (July 12 - August 23, 2017)


This group is for those who want to meet us in the community for activities (this excludes clients who require Access for transportation). All expenses (e.g. entrance fees, transportation, food/drink) are the responsibility of the client. Please call if you are interested in this new group, and we will add your name to the contact list. We will have a group meeting to discuss possible activities and places to explore within the city!


Drop-in Coffee and Conversation Group - Thursdays,10:00 ā€“ 11:30 am (July 13 - August 24, 2017)


Looking for an opportunity to make new friends and chat with people in a comfortable space? This group is perfect for those who want to stay connected but are unable to commit to one of our registered groups. Come to as many or as few of these drop-in sessions as you choose. Please note that SABIS will not make regular Calgary Access bookings for this group.



SABIS Summer Group Registration Form

For more information, please email


The deadline to register is June 23rd, 2017



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