Hemophilia Federation of America is a national nonprofit organization that assists, educates, and advocates for the bleeding disorders community.
Dear Addy, I attended Symposium in April and gained a lot from the advocacy sessions. I want to incorporate what I learned at Symposium into my regular routine. What recommendations do you have for making advocacy an everyday activity? Signed, Maintaining the Momentum Dear Momentum, Thanks for attending HFA’s Symposium last month in Providence. It’s […]
Dear Addy, I really want to help my local organization grow its advocacy efforts by starting a committee. However, I’m overwhelmed by the process. Where should I start, and how do I maintain an advocacy committee? Signed, Committee Quandary Dear Quandary, Creating or joining an advocacy committee is a great role if you are interested […]
Dear Addy, My new year’s resolution is to be a stronger advocate for the bleeding disorders community. How do I reach people and where can I find information to share? Signed, Want to Be the Change Dear Change, You came to the right place! HFA has several resources available for people to increase their awareness […]
Dear Addy, I live in rural Wyoming and we do not have a hemophilia treatment center (HTC) in my state. How do I advocate for myself and better treatment at my local doctor’s office? Sincerely, Western Advocate ______________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Western, Whether you live in a rural or metro area without an HTC, or in a […]
Dear Addy, I recently participated in a state legislative day and left feeling great about what we accomplished. How do I maintain this energy and continue to advocate for the issues I am concerned about? -Eager Advocate Dear Eager, Congratulations on participating in your state legislative day. This is an important way to advocate for […]
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