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The vision of Hemophilia Federation of America is to improve the care and quality of life for all people with bleeding disorders by removing barriers to diagnosis, treatment, and cure.

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Mental Health First Aid Training Applications Due June 7

Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) is pleased to offer free Mental Health First Aid training through an internationally renowned program by the National Council for Behavioral Health as part of HFA鈥檚 2021 Mental Health and Wellness Initiative. HFA will be offering four trainings throughout 2021 for bleeding disorders community members ages 18 and over. The training is also intended for the staff of HFA鈥檚 member organizations throughout the country and hemophilia treatment center staff.

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BioTek reMEDys Educational Scholarship Due June 15

BioTek reMEDys is pleased to make available three $1000.00 scholarships to an individual impacted by hemophilia or other significant bleeding disorder. Once chosen as a recipient, the scholarship will be good for one year. Recipients shall be allowed to apply for up to four years. A check will be made payable to the educational institution and mailed to the institution each year following verification of continuing education and an adequate academic record.

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BioMatrix Educational Scholarships Due August 1

Each year, BioMatrix offers six (6) $1000 scholarships to college students in our bleeding disorders community. Each scholarship has a unique eligibility requirement based on the applicant鈥檚 bleeding disorder or relationship to someone with a bleeding disorder.

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New Subsidies Available for Health Insurance in 2021!

The American Rescue Plan (ARP), signed into law on March 11, 2021, provides new opportunities to get health insurance coverage, and/or to reduce the cost of your premiums. Review your coverage now to make sure you are maximizing your benefits under the new law!

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COVID-19 Resources

We hear questions from the community every day as the pandemic continues to disrupt seemingly everything: Is the vaccine safe for people with a bleeding disorder? I've lost my job, how will I make the rent payment? How does my unemployment impact my health insurance? HFA continues to address the evolving needs of the community and you can find COVID-19 related information here.

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Mental Health Resources

As the pandemic continues to cause turmoil, we have renewed our commitment to providing our community with mental health resources. In 2020, we launched a mental health taskforce to evaluate gaps in resources and identify opportunities to better support you. From learning how to recognize that a loved one is in crisis, to finding ways to be grateful evening during trying times, our team is here for you.

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