The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan strives to imporve the quality of life for all people affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, other coagulation disorders, and related complications, including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.
The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan offers numerous programs to support people living with bleeding and clotting disorders:
- Camping Programs
- Teen Retreat
- Holiday Party
- Bleeder and a Buddy
- Lansing Overnight Lock-in
- Employment Opportunities
- Camp Old Beagle
June 7, 2014
Eagle Crest Conference and Resort - Ypsilanti, Michigan
Join us Saturday, June 7, 2014 at Eagle Crest Resort and Conference Center in Ypsilanti, Michigan. We’ll have prizes, raffles, and a silent auction. View Event Details »
August 24, 2014
Detroit Zoo, Royal Oak
Walkin' on the Wild Side for Hemophilia is a special event raising awareness of hemophilia and funds for HFM’s programs and services for all people affected in the bleeding disorders community. View Event Details »
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN! HFM announces exciting, new event for 2014 - HFM and the Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation have teamed up to bring you a truly unique event – The Bloody Border Dash Half Marathon and Family 5k Fun Run. Together we can bring awareness to hemophilia while having fun! | 02.25.2014
Got the winter blues? Come out and support HFM and Mikey's Minions Walk team! | 02.3.2014
Click here to see Frequently Asked Questions about Healthy Michigan Plan Expanded Medicaid | 01.23.2014
The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan supports families who are new to the hemophilia community. Parents have many opportunities throughout the year to meet with other parents and learn more of the basics of raising a child with hemophilia. Programs not only educate new families, but also help them connect to other people and resources in the community. HFM supplies an informative packet filled with programs and events happening state-wide.
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