engage, energize, empower

A brain injury dramatically impacts both an individual and their family. Whether it’s for the short term or for a lifetime a brain injury changes our lives in both visible and invisible ways. BEST is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and provides PEER support and education. BEST distinguishes itself from other brain injury organizations in that the leadership, services, and programs are built by and for individuals with brain injury and their families.
BEST Holiday Hours Update Fall and Winter 2019

The holidays are right around the corner! Here is the holiday closure schedule for our BEST Space, the Superhero Shoppe and our offices.

Give Thanks Through Art

Join BEST for an online art project! We are creating online collages of what we are thankful for!   Share one to three things you are grateful for and join our collage project! We will share our project on this blog, BEST social media, and newsletter the week before the Thanksgiving holiday, Thursday, November 21,…

In Words and Pics: TBI and Mental Health Forum in Spokane

Mental health is critical to overall well-being.  More and more, the stigmas around mental health are being reduced, and more open, honest and important conversations are being had around the topic.  On the evening of Tuesday, November 5, 2019, in Spokane, Washington at the downtown Spokane Public Library, the community came together to talk, listen…

The Art of Empowerment: Giving Tuesday, December 3, 2019

  Each person in the brain injury community has their own unique form of personal empowerment. That’s why at BEST, we help people, who have a canvas at the ready, with the tools, strategies and resources to help them tap into their own kind of creativity and empowerment that works best for them.  Add that…