Support Groups

Brain Injury Support Groups in the State of Idaho

Support groups are an excellent way to connect with other individuals with brain injuries and their families. These groups provide opportunities learn from others who have gone through similar situations, share personal experiences and make new friends.

Boise Area

Treasure Valley Brain Injury Support Group

When: Meets every 4th Thursday of the month | 6-8pm.

The support group takes a break during the summer from May-July.

Where: St Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital | 600 N Robbins Rd., Boise

Greg Meyer: (208) 385-3013 |

under Treasure Valley Brain Injury Support Group

Stroke Support Group for Caregivers and Survivors

When: First Thursday of every month 2-3:30pm.
Where: Saint Alphonsus | Coughlin 1 Conference Room

Meridian Area

Stroke Support Group

When: 3rd Thursday of each month | 2-330pm

Where: St Luke’s Meridian

Contact: (208) 381-9383  |


Stroke Walking Group

When: First and third Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m.

Where: Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park or Meridian Senior Center. (Location varies depending on weather. Call number below for this week’s location.)

Contact: (208) 381-9383 or email for more information

Registration is not required.

Twin Falls Area

Life After Stroke Support Group

When: Second Friday of each month from 1-2pm

Where: Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center, 775 Pole Line Road W., Twin Falls

Registration is required.  To register, email or call one of the telephone numbers below.

Contact: Stephanie Shawver, Stroke Program Manager: (208) 814-4030,
Amy Brown, Speech Language Pathologist: (208) 814-2594

Brain Injury Support Group

When: Meets once per month.  Call the telephone number below for more information.

Where: St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Plaza, 775 Pole Line Road W., Suite 202, Twin Falls

Contact: (208) 814-2570

Registration is not required.

North Idaho Area

Stroke Support Group

When: Thursdays, 10:30am

Where: Rehabilitation Hospital of the Northwest, 3372 E. Jenalan Ave, Post Falls

Contact: (208) 262-8700

Community stroke survivors and one support person welcome.