This book was made possible by a grant from University of Texas Medical Branch President’s Cabinet 2014. Burn Survivors’ Journey was published 2017 and it will be distributed to patient admitted into the UTMB Blocker Burn Unit. UTMB burn professionals can use this book to partner with burn patients as their healing process continues long after discharge once they have returned to their communities. As a leader in burn care and research, BBU’s innovative survivors’ anthology will become a healing presence in the nationwide community that they serve.
available to borrow in the Dean and Marilyn Callender Library for Dynamic Longevity. One person
involved in the project said, “Being a part of this project transformed my life.” Check out a copy and
see for yourself the transformative power of these stories. Books may also be purchased for $15 each at OLLI, or $20 each if mailed.
The Phoenix Society is a community of burn survivors, their loved ones, health professionals, and firefighters. Their message is “you are not alone; you can get back to living; we can help, with caring people to share the journey and resources to
make it easier”. For more information, resources, blogs, and to connect with other burn survivors visit the Phoenix Society website.
Phoenix SOAR connects burn survivors and loved ones to a compassionate community of people who share the experience of a burn injury. It is a hospital-based, one-on-one peer support program that connects people with new burn injuries to survivors and
family members who have been impacted by a burn injury. Phoenix SOAR was designed by the Phoenix Society in conjunction with a national committee of experts. For more information, visit the Phoenix SOAR website.
Serving the Military and Civilian community since 1998.
Mission: The Moonlight Fund was established to provide financial, emotional and in kind support to burn/blast survivors and their families. The fund also supports those families who have lost a love one to a burn or blast injury. For more information,
visit the Moonlight Fund website.
The mission of Texas Burn Survivor Society (TBSS) is to provide care, comfort, and essential services to the critically burned and their families.
TBSS has created successful programs of patient support which have assisted thousands of burn and thermal injury survivors to achieve a successful return to normal and productive lives. For more information, visit the Texas Burn Survivor Society website.
For more information, contact:
Adm. Coordinator/Clinic Scheduling
Blocker Burn Unit/Clinic
Fax: (409) 747-3434