Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Colorado Brain Injury Collaborative

The Colorado Brain Injury Collaborative is dedicated to improving the lives of the approximate 200,000 individuals living with brain injury in Colorado by influencing public policy.

Colorado Brain Injury Collaborative Members are:

    • Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
    • Colorado Brain Injury Advisory Council
    • Colorado TBI Trust Fund Board
    • Rocky Mountain Human Services
    • Colorado Department of Human Services
    • Craig Hospital
    • Spalding HealthOne Rehabilitation Hospital
    • Wildflower Assisted Living
    • Greeley Center for Independence
    • Rocky Mountain Healthcare Services, Colorado Springs
    • Hilltop Residential Facilities, Grand Junction
    • Aurora Residential Services
    • Learning Services

Our Policy Priorities are:

  • Prevention of brain injuries
  • Improvements to the HCBS Brain Injury Medicaid Waiver
  • Ensuring the Colorado BI community is represented as decisions are being made about the Affordable Care Act implementation in Colorado
  • Supporting the work of the Brain Injury Trust Fund to increase services for people with brain injury and their families
  • Work to remove the barriers to services for individuals with both a brain injury and behavioral health issues

Brandeberry McKenna Public AffairsThe Colorado Brain Injury Collaborative is proud to work with Brandeberry – McKenna Public Affairs on all legislative issues related to brain injury

Contact Information

Gavin Attwood

Executive Director, Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
Phone: 303-355-9969
Email: gavin@biacolorado.org