Why Take the Challenge?


Brian, survivor

BIAC has given me my life back. I had lost my independence, but now I am able to get myself around and continue to work after my brain injury. THANK YOU to my case managers for taking the time to be awesome every day!!! You all worked so hard to help me.

michael survivor

Michael, survivor

I love to attend the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado camp each summer. Here I am encouraged by “buddies” to give it my all. I also love to encourage other campers. Nothing can stop me now!!! Nothing can stop me in my recovery!!

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Erin, survivor

Today, I am proud to share my story with other survivors in order to promote brain injury awareness and have dedicated many hours to volunteering at The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado.


All funds raised at the Pikes Peak Challenge support the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado (BIAC).

The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers. Through guidance, resources, support and education, we seek to facilitate lifelong growth of Coloradans affected by an injury to the brain.

500,000 individuals live with the effects of a brain injury in Colorado

All funds raised at the Pikes Peak Challenge make these programs, plus many more, possible:


Adventure Camps and Recreation Programs

Week-long educational, social and recreational and creative opportunities for adults and youth with brain injury

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Case Management Services

Individualized resource navigation and support for individuals with brain injuries. Specialized education consultation about school-related issues for children and youth.

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Conferences & Workshops

Annual educational events and networking opportunities for individuals with brain injuries, family members, and professionals

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Support Groups

State-wide meetings to provide education, recreation, and emotional support to individuals with brain injury, family members, and friends.

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For more information about the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, please visit BIAColorado.org.