Support in the following topics:
Mentor and Educate young adults and mothers/fathers so they may be prepared for any challenges ahead.
Advocate on issues affecting the adult and youth bleeding disorders population through one voice with a consistent message that focuses on Access to Care.
Provide Networking opportunities so that patients and caregivers can meet others in their community at various educational and social settings, which will hopefully lead to meaningful and long-lasting relationships.
Participate in Service Projects (ex. fund raising or chapter events) for the good of the bleeding disorders community.
The men, women, and teens in our community come together a couple times a year for different events. The events entail an educational aspect, but also are fun and most importantly bring everyone together to interact.