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Brain Injury Association of Colorado 
Support Groups offer a welcoming space in which survivors of a brain injury can come together with other survivors & their loved ones. Support Groups create a two-way street of giving and receiving where a member can feel supported by the group while also supporting others who may be experiencing some of the same things that they are.

Support Groups can assist survivors & their loved ones in:​ understanding brain injury, finding community resources, learning self-advocacy strategies, finding encouragement, hope, and emotional healing, reducing feelings of isolation, building a sense of community.


The Brain Injury Association of Colorado has an extensive list of group opportunities. Groups are organized by region, type of brain injury, age, veteran status, gender and race. Groups for caregivers are also listed.

Access the extensive list:

Headway Foundation

Headway Foundation offers a weekly open group discussion for anyone impacted by concussion, TBI or whiplash injuries. 

Meeting time: Tuesdays @ 1pm EST 

Zoom link:

The Wolves' Den

The Wolves' Den has been created for acquired brain injury (ABI) survivors. The intention of the support group is to provide an empowering and supportive environment, in which ABI survivors can share their experiences, information and resources. 

The meetings are designed to bring you information and resources focused on our pillars of brain health. This will be done on a rotational schedule with several guest speakers and detailed content.

Meeting times: Every other Tuesday @ 7pm EST virtually via Zoom
To sign up:

Hope After Brain Injury

Hope After Head Injury is able to enter the survivor’s “world”, wherever they are, and brings much needed support, hope, and social interaction by connecting survivors and caregivers with others who understand the daily struggles and can offer encouragement, ideas, and resources.

The heartbeat of Hope After Head Injury lives in the active online community of survivors and caregivers; each with a story, and each with a willingness to share compassion, kindness, and hope.

Meeting times: 2nd Tuesday of each month
To sign up:

Aphasia Recovery Connection

Aphasia Recovery Connection runs the platform Virtual Connections. Virtual Connections is a safe space for people with aphasia and their families to join a caring, supportive community. In addition to practicing communications skills that boost confidence, attendees can socialize and build friendships that improve their overall quality of life.

Live online meetups facilitated by speech-language pathologists and other aphasia experts are available 7 days a week for free.

New sessions are added every other Thursday. 
To sign up:

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