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Young Adults

HFA鈥檚 Young Adults program offers resources and networking opportunities for people ages 18-30 living with bleeding disorders.

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Did you know that HFA has lots of resources for young adults ages 18-30? Whether you are working, studying, raising kids, or a combination of these things, HFA has tools to support you鈥攁nd most are available whenever and wherever you are.

  • Hangouts and Webinars:聽HFA has recorded 14 Google Hangouts and webinars for young adults with bleeding disorders on topics ranging from advocacy, relationships, transitioning to adulthood, financial management, insurance, and more!
  • Podcasts: HFA鈥檚 podcast series features seven episodes on health and wellness for young adults, including managing stress, finding and maintaining motivation to stay fit, healthy eating on a tight budget, and more!
  • Toolkits: Need advice on managing your bleeding disorder when you go to college? Starting a new job? Look no further than HFA鈥檚 toolkits, 鈥Off to College鈥 and 鈥Employment Issues鈥. Additional resources and toolkits are available in HFA鈥檚 Resource Library.
  • Young Adult Advocacy Summit:
    • HFA hosts an annual聽Young Adult Advocacy Summit. Sixteen young adults from across the country participate in a four-day event at HFA鈥檚 office in Washington, DC. Attendees receive training on state and federal policy, advocacy, coalition building, communications, and health insurance; meet with Congressional Offices; visit the Capitol and monuments; and discuss issues facing young adults with bleeding disorders. Participants gain a deeper understanding of personal and legislative advocacy, develop ideas for engagement, and form lifelong friendships!

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