HFA invites you to discover what we have to offer through our many programs, services, events, outreach and advocacy education. Find out more about how you can get involved!
Meetings and Events
Attend an HFA meeting or fundraising event and join families from across the country as they come together to connect, learn, and support each other. Check our calendar of events for more information.
FitFactor (Health & Wellness)
Take advantage of all of the information and opportunities that FitFactor has to offer. View exercise videos from the comfort of your own home. Download low-cost and healthy recipes to make for tonight’s dinner. Learn about the importance of being active and healthy. Track your activity through HFA’s Get in Gear App. Be well!
Connect with Blood Brothers (adult men with a bleeding disorder) across the country. Join an online conversation, attend a local event, or participate in a national webcast.
Connect with Blood Sisters (women with bleeding disorders) across the country.
Attend a local event or participate in a national webcast.
Join families, both locally as well as nationally, as they connect, learn and support each other. Each year, HFA and their more than 30+ local member organizations hold events across the country where patients and family members can connect to others in the bleeding disorders community.
Are you or an immediate family member planning to advance your educational opportunities? Find out more about scholarships opportunities available through HFA and other organizations that serve the bleeding disorders community.
Could you use a Helping Hand? Find out more about the financial assistance services HFA offers through its Helping Hands Emergency Assistance Reimbursement Programs.
If you have a bleeding disorder, your voice should be heard – no matter where you get your care! Find out more about how YOU can get involved in this important effort to capture the health experiences of those in the bleeding disorders community.
This Project is supported by Cooperative Agreement Number DD11-1103 from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Help make a difference for people with bleeding disorders by sharing your VOICE and your story.