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MINDSOURCE is proud to announce the release of our quarterly newsletter. Readers will find meaningful content regarding grant opportunities, program updates, past and upcoming events and success stories.

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Advisory Board Convenes for Third Meeting in 2018

December 11, 2018

The Brain Injury Advisory Board convened for its third meeting in November and has initiated work group activities to begin prioritizing goals and strategies that will lead to the development  of a draft State Plan.  In mid-2019, the draft State Plan will receive broad stakeholder input through a variety of engagement methods. Top Row (left […]

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Partner Spotlight

December 11, 2018

Brain injury innovations and advancements happen when key partners come together with commitment and dedication. MINDSOURCE is fortunate to have a nearly 12-year partnership with Dr. Kim Gorgens — a full-time Clinical Professor in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver. “The ways that Kim has contributed over the years has […]

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MINDSOURCE Federal Grant Work Results in Two Published, Peer-Reviewed Articles

December 11, 2018

The 2014-2018 Administration for Community Living (ACL) Traumatic Brain Injury Implementation Grant provided the opportunity for research and subsequent publication of two peer-reviewed articles: Violence-Related Traumatic Brain Injury in Justice-Involved Women — Wall, K. C., Gorgens, K., Dettmer, J., Davis, T. M., & Gafford, J. (2018). The present study investigated gender differences in the prevalence […]

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MINDSOURCE Manager Participates in Leadership Academy

December 11, 2018

Regina Rodriguez Sisneros, Grants & Contract Manager/Diversity & Inclusiveness Coordinator for MINDSOURCE – Brain Injury Network, recently completed the Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence Leadership Academy. The Academy’s aim is to advance and sustain cultural diversity and cultural and linguistic competence in networks supporting individuals with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities in the […]

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Research Grant Opportunities Announced!

September 11, 2018

MINDSOURCE has just announced a Request for Proposal (RFP) opportunity for programs supporting research related to the treatment and understanding of brain injury.  Competitively selected, Colorado-based institutions and researchers will receive funding in July 2019 for up to two years and awards range from $50K-$300K. The goals of the Trust Fund Research Grant Program include: […]

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Free Multi-Session Poetry Workshop for Adult Survivors of Brain Injury

September 11, 2018

Writing poetry can help us find our way when we are lost and help us keep moving when we are convinced we cannot walk another step.  This workshop is led by Wayne A. Gilbert with Unlocked Poetry.  Wayne, who recently received the Governor’s Creative Leadership Award, will introduce you to “the healing art of making […]

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U.S. News & World Report and Recent TedxTalk Highlight Colorado’s Work in Criminal Justice and Brain Injury

September 11, 2018

MINDSOURCE and its partners with the University of Denver, the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, the Department of Judicial as well as Denver and Boulder County Jails are featured in a recently released feature article, Traumatic Brain Injury and Incarceration – Ending a Vicious Cycle.  The article features the stories of Vinny, Matthew, Thomas, and an anonymous, 51-year […]

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MINDSOURCE Secures Funding to Improve Outcomes for Individuals with Brain Injury

September 11, 2018

MINDSOURCE – Brain Injury Network (MINDSOURCE) is the recipient of three major grant/funding opportunities aimed at enhancing Colorado’s infrastructure for individuals with brain injuries. June 2018 to May 2021 The Administration for Community Living (ACL), part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), awarded Colorado its Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) State Partnership Program […]

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July 2, 2018

The Denver Post recently highlighted work happening to identify individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in criminal justice systems and equip them with information, strategies, as well as case management supports.  The partnership between MINDSOURCE — Brain Injury Network and the University of Denver has uncovered significant prevalence of TBI in this population. Click here […]

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