Join the Peer Mentroship program and connect with other survivors of a brain injury.
The safety of our clients and staff is our top priority. BIAC is modifying our services to continue to provide the best possible support to survivors while still following CDC and local recommendations on how to best reduce the chances of spreading the Coronavirus. We continue to monitor the situation closely. Please call the main line 303-355-9969, Toll-Free: 1-800-955-2443 or email email@example.com for up to date information on all our programs.
Designed for those who have sustained an injury to the brain, caregivers, support systems and professionals in the brain injury field.
Colorado Office of Employment First launched Disability Benefits 101 (DB101): a resource to help people with disabilities and service providers understand the connections between work and benefits. DB101 will help you make informed choices and show you how you can make work part of your plan.
Researcher at CU-Boulder studying gender disparities in concussion and mild TBI is currently enrolling new participants.
The Kessler Foundation is conducting a study comparing the effectiveness of two different types of group wellness interventions for spousal/partner caregivers of individuals with TBI.
Your dedication, commitment and courage deserve our deepest gratitude.
The Brain Injury Research Center at Mount Sinai Medical Center is seeking people who have had a TBI/concussion and are experiencing difficulties with their emotions and/or behaviors.
The Pikes Peak Regional Brain Injury Directory 2020-2023 is here!
Caring For Denver Foundation awards BIAC $418,000 grant to support criminal justice-involved brain injury survivors.
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BIAC is hiring!
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