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1 in 26 people will experience epilepsy in their lifetime.

1 in 26 people will experience epilepsy in their lifetime. 

We’re here to help.

Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado & Wyoming

The Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado is proud to announce our territory expansion to include the state of Wyoming! Together with our partners at the Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND), we look forward to bringing our programs, services, and support to the nearly 6,000 people in Wyoming who live with epilepsy. 

We are excited and fortunate to have this opportunity to serve our neighbors in communities throughout the state. Learn more and get involved in our Wyoming programs and outreach at

La Fundacion de Epilepsia de Colorado y Wyoming

¡Hemos creado una nueva página de Facebook en español! Siga el para obtener más información sobre los programas y servicios que brindamos a nuestros amigos quienes hablan español.
We’ve created a new Facebook page in Spanish! Please follow us at to learn more about the programs and services we provide to our Spanish-speaking communities.

Register now for the Walk to END EPILEPSY Colorado Springs on September 19!

In-person events are back! We can’t wait to walk with you on September 19 as we bring our community together to make a difference for the people we love who live with epilepsy.


PACES and Project UPLIFT Epilepsy Wellness Programs

Our next 8-week session of PACES will start Thursday, August 5 at 6:30 pm. This program is for adults 18+ living with epilepsy and will be led by a trained epilepsy professional and a peer mentor. Through this program, participants will develop coping and goal-setting strategies that improve overall and specific aspects of quality of life.

Project UPLIFT
This free 8-week program held via Zoom is designed to empower people with epilepsy to improve their own mental health through mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral skills. This group will meet Wednesdays from noon – 1:00 pm, August 4 – September 22.

To learn more or register for either program, email or call 303-502-5979. Spaces are limited, so all participants will need to answer questions to determine if the program is a good fit for you.

Seizure Safe Schools

Governor Jared Polis signed HB21-1133: K-12 Seizure Training & Individual Action Plans, aka “Joey’s Law,” into law on May 28, 2021. Starting in November 2021, the law requires at least one staff person at each public school to be trained in the recognition of seizure disorders and seizure first aid.

The Epilepsy Foundation of America has developed on demand virtual training sessions for school personnel and school nurses. We will also provide live virtual training sessions this fall, so stay tuned for more information. 

Denver Century Ride and Colfax Marathon

We are a Charity Partner of the Denver Century Ride and the Colfax Marathon!  Your fundraising and awareness efforts make possible our critical services such as seizure first aid training, support groups, camps for kids and teens, and much more.
So grab your running shoes or your bike, and make a difference for the 1 in 26 people will be diagnosed with epilepsy. Every registered runner who raises $126 or more for the Foundation gets a VIP swag bag and lots of love! 
  1. Register for the Denver Century Ride on September 25 or Colfax Marathon on October 16 and select the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado & Wyoming as your charity partner in the drop-down menu.
  2. Set up your Personal Fundraising Page:  Colfax Marathon or Denver Century Ride
  3. Share your training and fundraising journey on social media!

Upcoming Programs and Events

We offer a broad range of education programs, support groups, and fundraising events to support the 60,000 people living with epilepsy in Colorado. We hope to see you soon!

Our Mission

The Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado is the leader in empowering, connecting, and educating to improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy. 

The Epilepsy Foundation leads the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.