Little More About Us

PBI's Mission is to

Today the mission is to continue to advocate, educate, strengthen survivors to support each other’s as peers, spread awareness of brain injury in southern region of Colorado as well as support other brain injury communities in Colorado.

Meet Maria

Maria Martinez

Maria Martinez holds degrees in art education, from the University of Northern Colorado and in Graphic Design from Pueblo Community CollegeShe has worked in the fields of education, and domestic violence and retired from corrections. Maria is an advocate, support group leader, peer mentor, and director of Pueblo Brain Injury, LLC and nonprofit Re-Inspired Minds. She is a member of the following Council & Committees: Center for Disabilities (Center Towards Self-Reliance), Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado, Behavior Health Administration Advisory Council, and TBI Technical Assistance and Resource Center.

Our Core Beliefs

Pueblo Brain Injury, LLC

What our members are saying

This group has been wonderful. It has gotten me out of the house (to other places than the doctors) I have made a bunch of friends here, and even gotten out into the community more.
Jaron B.
I have only bean to 2 meetings and I afire this group! I survived a subarchanoid brain hemorrhage in 2013 and I hVe come a long way. I am now epileptic and happy to report I have been seizure free since July 19th. I am a warrior and I promise to never give up. Everyday is a new beginning, I no linger take my life girl granted!
Shay C.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, caregivers, family, friends, providers.

Yes, with referrals and resources.

Some activities may require a fee such as events outside Pueblo County as well as fees not covered by activity.

Yes, with referrals, resources.