What matters is that you find the support you need
There are multiple organizations that are here to support you. Contact them with your questions, use their resources or simply get involved. Because when you engage with these organizations, you make a difference – for yourself and your community.
Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs)
HTCs are specialized healthcare centers that bring together a team of doctors, nurses and other health professionals experienced in treating people with hemophilia. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains a directory of HTCs located throughout the U.S. Visit CDC.gov to find your local HTC.
National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF)
The NHF is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for inheritable bleeding disorders. NHF serves its mission through education, advocacy and research. To learn more about NHF and find your local chapter, visit hemophilia.org.
Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA)
HFA was founded to address the evolving needs of the bleeding disorders community. HFA advocates for safe, affordable and obtainable blood products and health coverage, as well as better quality of life. To learn more about HFA and find your local chapter, visit hemophiliafed.org.
Save One Life
Save One Life offers individuals, families, companies and organizations the opportunity to sponsor a child or adult with a bleeding disorder in a developing country. To learn more about Save One Life, visit saveonelife.net.
I love working with the hemophilia community. I'm a resource to them, and they're a resource to me.
– Bayer Rep, Janice Yorke
LINK events – for your knowledge, for your life
Our Learning, INsights and Knowledge (LINK) program is a series of events about the real-life challenges you face living with hemophilia A.