Support Groups & Activities

Upcoming Activities and Opportunities for Youth / Families

BIAC Pikes Peak Challenge
  • September 10, 2016
  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • Participate in the Summit Hike, Barr Camp Hike, or Manitou Walk.
  • Click here to register
The History Colorado Center Low-Sensory Environment Opportunities
  • Provided approximately three mornings per year.
  • History Colorado Center
  • Shannon Voirol (; 303.866.4691)
  • The History Colorado Center has opportunities for families that prefer a lower sensory environment. The museum will be closed to the general public during this time. Admission is free and space is limited.

Support Groups for Youth / Parents

Support groups offer an opportunity for survivors of brain injury and their family members to connect with others in similar situations. It is a place to share common needs and strengths, learn about resources, as well as find courage and offer hope.

A comprehensive list of organizations who offer support groups along with their contact information is maintained by the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Educational Opportunities for Parents:

BIAC-Logo-SMALL-for-Email-Sig2Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC) Conferences & Workshops geared towards families and caregivers. To learn more and to register for these conferences click here.



Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI)
  • Learn how to become an effective leader in your community
  • Eileen Forlenza (; 303-692-2794)
  • Website

*If you are familiar with other opportunities for families please contact the Colorado Kids Brain Injury Resource Network at or 303.866.2879.