We have been closely monitoring reports and directives regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). As increased restrictions necessary to protect all of our nation's citizens are put in place, and consistent with the guidelines of the CDC, all events, conferences and support groups are being postponed or cancelled until further notice. This includes our community outreach and in-person education and training. Beginning March 19, our staff will be working remotely. At times, there may be a delay in responding to your call or email, but we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.

Our Helpline will continue to operate during regular business hours (8:00 - 4:00 M-TH and 8:30 - 2:00 Fridays). Please call the direct line at 860-219-0291 and Press 1 for the Directory. We have updated this to help direct you to the correct person to respond to your call.

As of March 18th, the following events have been affected:

Annual Professional Conference
March 20 - Postponed and will be provided via webinars
Keynote and all workshops will be recorded as webinars and registrants will receive links to the webinars to view at times convenient to them. CEU's/CME's will still be available

Providers Council Meeting
April 1 - Cancelled

Spring Social
April 16 - Virtual Event this year
We might not be able to gather together to dance and eat pizza, but we can still spend time together. Join us April 16 at 10:00 AM online for a virtual Spring Social. Learn more here:

CBIS Training
April 3,6,8 - Postponed to Fall 2020

Brain Injury Fundamentals
April 30 - Postponed to Fall 2020

Bike For Thought
May 9 - Virtual Ride this year

Support Groups
April Meetings - Cancelled
Please check with your Support Group facilitator for potential phone or virtual options

Healthy Living Retreat
May 29 - Cancelled

We will keep Facebook and this page updated as the situation changes. In addition, call or email us with any questions you have.

Stay healthy and safe. We are resilient and we will all get through this together.


Julie Peters, CBIS
Executive Director