The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers.
That all persons with a brain injury thrive in their community.
Through guidance, resources, support and education, we seek to facilitate lifelong growth of Coloradans affected by an injury to the brain.
- Recreation Programs – Week-long educational, social and recreational and creative opportunities for adults and youth with brain injury
- Music and Art Therapy Classes – 6-week Art Therapy classes use a series of projects to explore and stimulate discussion around changes to self-image following a brain injury. Music Therapy classes are led by a board certified music therapist who uses live music to engage group participants in exercises to address social, emotional, cognitive, and speech goals.
- Brain Injury Professional Networks – Groups of providers who work together to enhance the system of supports for survivors across the state
- Colorado Brain Injury Program Adult Services – Application intake and eligibility determination for the state-wide program which provides case management services to adults who have sustained a TBI
- Colorado Youth Brain Injury Connections – A part of the Colorado Brain Injury Program, BIAC provides state-wide intake and referral of youths in the community with any type of brain injury to receive care coordination and education consultation
- Conferences – Educational events and networking opportunities for professionals in the brain injury field
- Workshops– For individuals with brain injuries, families and caregivers
- Community Outreach & Education – Presentations, exhibits, and seminars to encourage prevention and increase public awareness of brain injury (Calendar)
- Emergency Utility Bill Assistance – Financial assistance with heating and electricity bills for individuals and families facing life changes after brain injury
- Resource Facilitation Pathways Program – Phone and e-mail based support. Information about providers that work with brain injury, state benefits such as Medicaid HCBS Waiver services, and other resource related needs
- Regular Email Newsletters – Regular communication including brain injury related articles, news, and information on state-wide events and meetings (sign up for mailing list on right side of any page)
- Pikes Peak Challenge Fundraising Event– FOUR exciting options to be involved with Pikes Peak Challenge, to fit a variety of different needs! Survivors of brain injury, family members and community supporters joined us and all proceeds benefited Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado. Summit Hike, Barr Camp Hike, Manitou Walk and new this year – a Virtual Hike.
- Public Policy – State and federal legislative advocacy to encourage policies for brain injury prevention and establishment of an organized system of care, which includes appropriate services and benefits for persons with brain injury
- Online Resource Directory – Database of brain injury related providers available for public access on our website
- Support Groups – State-wide meetings to provide education, recreation, and emotional support to individuals with brain injury, family members, and friends.