Brain injury can be hard to see and understand, but at Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, we get it. We know each person with a brain injury is unique and can be struggling with so many things. Every day, we provide the support, connections, and available resources that survivors and their support network need.
In 2023, BIAC opened a groundbreaking housing concept -- a 72-unit permanent supportive housing concept, providing a home to unhoused people experiencing disability, primarily a traumatic brain injury. Read more about Valor on the Fax here.
In August, BIAC was awarded a multi-year grant with Caring For Denver for comprehensive support for brain injury survivors who are involved in the legal system through Denver courts. Through this grant, BIAC will provide brain injury screenings, psychoeducation courses, specialized addiction counseling, and re-entry support.
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
"There are no words for how just one call with BIAC impacted me. They gave me hope and changed my life."
- Resource Navigation Client
"The BIAC team are the only professionals that really take the time to listen to me. I honestly don't think I would be alive without them all."
"My life has become more organized, joyful, and I am able to better manage it. When I had no one, BIAC was there for me. Thank you for giving me my life back."
- Self-management Program Client
"These classes have become my social 'circle' since my injury. I honestly don't know what I would do without them!"
- Classes and Workshops Participant