Living with a bleeding disorder can be a great financial burden between expensive treatments, health insurance costs, travel expenses to specialty medical appointments, and necessary medical equipment.
Additionally, managing a bleeding disorder can provide unforeseen crises including hospitalizations that can cause missed wages from work. With these added costs and potential emergencies, families may find themselves having difficulty affording basic living expenses or other necessary medical items not covered by insurance. But you don’t have to face this burden alone.
HFA’s Helping Hands Program is here for you. Helping Hands provides assistance with urgent basic living expenses, the reimbursement of durable medical items, and medical/educational travel and educational support for families affected by inhibitors.