BIAC Clinical Therapy Services

It’s very common to experience emotional struggle after a brain injury, and with the right help, you can feel better. BIAC understands how difficult it can be to find behavioral and mental health counseling from professionals who understand the relationship between mental health and brain injury.

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Research Study for Professionals

The Ohio State University is seeking professionals for a study about the “Implementation of Traumatic Brain Injury Screening in Substance Use Disorder Treatment Organizations”

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Colorado Disability Benefits 101

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.

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BIAC’s Commitment to Equality

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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BIAC has an Education Consultation Program to help youth & adolescent survivors navigate school!

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We are accepting application for the Permanent Supportive Housing Program- Valor on the Fax!

Brothers Redevelopment To Break Ground On Visionary Affordable Apartment Community

To see if you are eligible, call the mainline at (303)355-9969. For more information, click here.

Susie Wargin, 9 News Anchor

I would feel absolutely naked on my bike without a helmet. I don't leave my garage without it strapped to my head.

— Susie Wargin, 9 News Anchor

Alison Dunlap, Brain Injury Survivor

In my four years of working with BIAC and Pikes Peak Challenge, I have seen first hand the amazing work this organization does.

— Alison Dunlap, Brain Injury Survivor