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Colorado Brain Injury Trust Fund seeking applicants for two new board positions

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Note: The deadline has passed for this posting.

April 3, 2023 — The Colorado Brain Injury Trust Fund is currently accepting applications for two new board members. Individuals with lived experience and individuals from traditionally underserved communities are especially encouraged to apply. 

The Colorado Brain Injury Trust Fund was created by Title 26, Article 1, Part 3 of the Colorado Revised Statutes to improve the lives of Colorado residents who have survived brain injuries. The statute was created to finance program activities, along with a Board of Directors to advise the program on trust fund operations.

The board is administered by MINDSOURCE – Brain Injury Network within the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS). Three board members are designated in statute and 10 members are appointed by the governor, with the consent of the state Senate. The board has established three ongoing committees to assist staff in policy-setting of program goals and strategic planning for the trust fund: Program Evaluation and Research, Client Services, and Vision and Outreach.

If you are interested in serving on the board, fill out the application by April 28. If you would like more information, email cdhs_mindsource@state.co.us.