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Reduction of Services in Light of Staff Furlough
The economic impact of COVID-19 has left Colorado with an anticipated revenue shortfall of over $3.2 billion for the next fiscal year (July 2020-June 2021). Because of this, the Colorado Department of Human Services has asked BIAC to reduce our contract budget by 15%.
Every effort has been made to avoid reducing services to our clients, however we will need to furlough (time off without pay) some staff beginning July and into early August, and this will impact our services for this period of time.
Unless otherwise noted, for assistance on the following, please call 1-800-955-2443 or email Info@BIAColorado.org.
Resource Navigation - Navigators will continue to be available M-F, from 8:30 am - 4 pm. Please anticipate increased wait times to reach or hear back from a resource navigator during this time.
Self-Management/Skill Building - This program will be temporarily paused until early August. Survivors that are participating in this program will be contacted by their Brain Injury Advisor to answer questions and discuss any survivor-specific details about how to resume services.
Classes and Workshops - Virtual classes will continue to be offered during this time. Please check our website for the most up-to-date information.
Recreation Programs - Some previously scheduled Recreation Programs have been adjusted due to the health crisis. You can find any upcoming offerings on our website.
Support Groups - Several groups are continuing to meet virtually or in-person while maintaining social distancing. Please continue to check our website for support group updates. For assistance, please contact Mark Condon, Mark@BIAColorado.org.
Professional Outreach - Training and Outreach will continue but at a reduced capacity. Fill out our Education Request Form to request training for you and your colleagues. For assistance, please contact Jaime Horsfall, Jaime@BIAColorado.org.
Survivors can continue to be referred via our Survivor Referral Form or by calling 1-800-955-2443.
The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC) serves survivors of brain injury across our state. In our state, and in our country, we know that many people of color are hurting. What we know about brain injuries is that they do not discriminate, a brain injury can happen to anyone. However, health disparities among racial/ethnic […]
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