Announcement – MINDSOURCE Announces its 2022-2023 Community Grants Opportunity

MINDSOURCE community grants provide funds to competitively selected Colorado organizations and individuals to educate, create awareness, and fulfill other projects that offer innovative training approaches to professionals, parents, survivors, families and the general community about brain injury. Up to $15,000 for a maximum of 18 months will be awarded for each project (1/1/2022 – 6/30/2023).

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Click here for the grant application and instructions (DOC)

Community Grants – MINDSOURCE offers grant opportunities to Colorado organizations and individuals for the promotion of education, awareness, and community projects that offer innovative training approaches to professionals, parents, survivors, families and the general community about brain injury.

MINDSOURCE is committed to providing education about brain injury to the community.  For the upcoming grant period MINDSOURCE has committed approximately $300,000 to fund education opportunities through state contracts, conference related education, community grants and hundreds hours of education and training provided by the MINDSOURCE administrations staff to support groups, non-profit organizations, hospital staff, state personnel, and etc.  If you would like to request brain injury related training for your organization please complete the contact form.

Research Grant Opportunities – Now Accepting Applications

MINDSOURCE is announcing 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 2022 for up to two years and awards range from $50K-$300K.

The goals of the Trust Fund Research Grant Program include: 1) facilitation of the acquisition and advancement of new knowledge regarding brain injury 2) improvement of the evidence base upon which the care of persons with brain injury is predicated, and 3) encouragement of the development and growth of the brain injury research field in Colorado.


MINDSOURCE awards grants to support research in Colorado related to the treatment and understanding of traumatic brain injuries.  The Research Program has established the following two research priorities:  basic science and clinical science and health services and outcome research. Research is funded at two levels: Type I (up to $50,000/year for two years) and Type II (up to $150,000/year for two years).

All interested parties are encouraged to review the Vendor Self Service Portal (VSS) for information regarding this solicitation. Vendors will be required to be registered to receive an award. Complete instructions for becoming a registered vendor are provided in the documents located on the VSS site. For additional help with the VSS site, please contact the help desk via email or by calling 303-866-6464. The Colorado VSS Help Desk is available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MT.