About Michael Brent Resource Center

The Michael Brent Resource Center at Frazier Rehabilitation Institute was established in 2010 to address the needs of individuals and their families from the onset of spinal cord impairment and continuing throughout the life cycle.  Its mission is to provide a central location where educational books, DVD’s, CD’s, pamphlets and other educational materials are housed for inpatient, outpatients, families, staff, students and others to come and learn about spinal cord impairment.  The Center also provides a location for inpatients, outpatients and those in the community to meet and network with the agencies that serve them.

Additionally, the Resource Center provides this web site where specific topics can be researched and be linked to other Internet sites; learn about ongoing research and opportunities to participate; view a calendar of spinal cord related events; and more.  For information about the Spinal Cord Medicine Program at Frazier Rehab in Louisville, Kentucky see:  www.spinalcordmedicine.org

The Michael Brent Resource Center is funded with major contributions from Friends for Michael Incorporated, a non-profit organization that: raises money for spinal cord injury research; provides grants for SCI survivors; facilitates educational awareness and prevention; and awards college scholarships for local high school students. For more about Friends for Michael, see:  http://www.friendsformichael.org/14

Learn More About the Resource Center

The Michael Brent Resource Center is located on the 11th floor of the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute located at 220 Abraham Flexner Way, Louisville, Kentucky.  It is open to individuals/groups regularly 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday except for holidays. Resources in the Center can be checked out during normal business hours. Arrangements can be made for evening use of the Resource Center for individuals and/or group meetings by contacting the Spinal Cord Medicine Program at Frazier Rehabilitation Institute at 1-502-582-7495, 1-866-540-7719 or at http://www.jhsmh.org/ContactUs.aspx