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  • RMHCS BrainCare

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    For participants who have their own living situation, Rocky Mountain Health Care Services (RMHCS) BrainCare is a great option. BrainCare provides daily support for individuals with acquired or traumatic brain injury. We help participants relearn lost skills and grow toward independence and self-sufficiency through specialized living communities.

  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

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    NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Through education, advocacy, public campaigns, and a resource line we provide access and support to information that families need.

  • ​AgrAbility Project: Wyoming

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    Part of a national program administered through the United States Department of Agriculture, focused on promoting independence for members of the agricultural community who have disabilities resulting from injury, illness, aging, or other causes.

  • Aurora Residential Alternatives

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    ARA has provided supportive and assisted living services for individuals for the past 28 years always working under the philosophy of helping each person reach their highest level of independence and quality of life. We believe that the best way to attain these goals is by creating the most home-like and least restrictive environment possible for each person. We feel that frequent community integration is of utmost importance.

  • ​Ag Apparel

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    g Apparel is unlike other adaptive apparel companies. Our clothes are uniquely designed for women by women to fit their lifestyles.

  • ​Spinal Cord Injury and Disease Resources

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    Provides links to rehabilitation sites.

  • Kings Adult Day Enrichment Program

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    The King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP) is an innovative, community-based and cost-effective day program alternative to nursing home placement for younger adults with MS, brain injury and other neurological conditions. KADEP provides a dynamic array of classes and activities, nursing care and other services designed to enhance the physical, emotional, cognitive and social wellbeing of each participant. Offering vital weekday respite and peace of mind to caregivers, KADEP strives to maximize the functioning, independence, wellness and life enjoyment of all who attend.

  • ​Colorado Department of Human Services, Behavioral Health Organizations

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    How to access behavioral health services through the Colorado Public Mental Health System

  • ​National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alchoholism

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    Information from the National Institute of Health on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

  • Greeley Center for Independence

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    Specialized Adult Day Services treat and service adults in the northern Colorado community that have sustained a brain injury. Stephens Farm is a certified provider of services under the Medicaid Brain Injury (BI) and Elderly, Blind and Disabled (EBD) HCBS waivers. We also accept private pay. The program operates five days a week from 9:00 to 3:00 pm. Full or part-time participation. The Homestead building is on the same location as the residence on the Stephens Brain Injury Campus. Transportation is available for local clients. The structure of the day consists of different groups which consist of exercise, volunteering, pop culture studies, computer, active and table games, current events and outings. Clients have the option to choose which groups they would prefer in a structured setting. There is therapeutic value in all our activities and continued improvement is seen in the clients.