Programs and Services
Our information and referral line connects you with a qualified staff member who can answer questions and connect you with community resources. Call 303.377.9774 or 888.378.9779. You can also view some of the Frequently Asked Questions, or email us.
Our Circle of Friends groups provide educational and emotional support in a positive environment for people living with epilepsy and their families. Circle of Friends groups are led by trained volunteers who have personal experience with epilepsy. To join a support group or explore a leadership role call 303.377.9774 or 888.378.9779 or email us.
Community education programs are extensive across the state, including urban, suburban, and rural outreach which include seminars and presentations to educators, nurses, students of all ages, law enforcement and employers about seizure recognition and first aid. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation call 303.377.9774 or 888.378.9779 or email us.
Advocacy initiatives identify key issues at the state level impacting people with epilepsy and coordinates grassroots efforts to reach local government with one unified voice. The Foundation also serves on key committees to impact health care reform and other critical legislation impacting people with epilepsy.
Our summer camp offers a broad spectrum of exciting activities designed to connect children and teens ages 10-17 living with epilepsy. Seasoned counselors and Registered Nurses as well as staff from the Foundation insure a safe and rewarding adventure for your child. Scholarships are available as well as Jr. Camp Counselor experiences for 18 and older. Click here to register. To learn more about our camp and read some personal campers stories, click here.
Unique opportunities throughout the year are organized and publicized to broaden the knowledge base and social experiences of all our constituents, including sporting activities, presentations by well know figures in our community, conferences for special interest groups, such as "Women Living with Epilepsy", bowling nights and ice cream socials. Call us or watch the website for ongoing information or sign up to receive our bi-annual Strides for Epilepsy newsletter.