Emergency Financial Assistance Program
HFM’s Outreach and Community Education Manager will work in conjunction with you and your Treatment Center Social Worker or other health care provider to understand your unique needs and see if you meet the criteria for our financial assistance program.
In order to qualify for the program:
- You, or a family member living in your household, must have a hereditary bleeding disorder.
- You must be a Michigan resident.
- You must not have received financial assistance from HFM in the past twelve months. (Please note: During the COVID-19 pandemic we are accepting applications on a case by case basis even if you have received assistance within the last 12 months.)
The financial assistance program supports temporary financial emergency situations such as (but not limited to) eviction, utility shut off, and financial challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Each situation is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Availability of the program is subject to the status of the financial assistance program fund.
If you would like to apply to our financial assistance program, please contact Lisa Clothier, LMSW, ACSW, Outreach and Community Education Manager at email@example.com or 734-961-3512.
Additional Financial Assistance Resources:
Financial assistance up to $2,900 per year for co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles to financially and medically qualified patients, including those insured through federally administered health plans such as Medicare.
- Patient must be getting treatment for hemophilia.
- Patient must have health insurance that covers qualifying medication or product.
- Patient’s medication must be listed on PAN’s list of covered medications (see website).
- Patient must reside, and receive treatment in, the US. US citizenship is not a requirement.
• Patient’s income must fall at or below 400% of Federal Poverty Level.
PSI can assist with health insurance premiums, copayments/co-insurance, travel expenses, ancillary items, infusion and nursing services. Click “Patients” and “Illnesses” to look up the programs available based on your type of insurance and illness. PSI has a “first come, first served” policy so assistance is based on eligibility and availability of funds.
Provides financial assistance to individuals and families living with chronic conditions, with priority placed on those living with bleeding disorders. Individual Financial Assistance Grants provide up to $2,000 to cover unexpected medical expenses, utility bills, small appliances, transportation to treatment, rent, and medical alert jewelry.
HFM’s 2020 academic scholarship application is now closed.
Amount: Two awards of $2,500 each
Who Can Apply:
If you have any issues completing the application, please do not hesitate to contact:
Lisa Clothier, LMSW, ACSW, Outreach and Community Education Manager
1921 West Michigan Avenue
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Other scholarship opportunities:
If you are uninsured or underinsured with your dental coverage, we may be able to help.
We understand that our community faces challenges obtaining dental care to meet unique and individual needs. HFM has partnered with Cascade Hemophilia Consortium to offer free or low cost dental care to those who need it.
*To maintain your coverage you must visit the dentist two times during the calendar year for regular teeth cleanings.
In order to be eligible for this program you must meet the following criteria:
If you have application or eligibility questions please contact Lisa Clothier, LMSW, ACSW, Outreach and Community Education Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-961-3512.
Medical Identification Tags
HFM offers a one-time medical identification tag for community members with a bleeding disorder. We understand the importance of wearing a medical ID bracelet or necklace. It provides much needed information for medical responders should you be unable to speak for yourself as a result of a medical crisis or accident. Please contact Ashley Fritsch, Office Manager, at 734-544-0015 or email@example.com for more information about the ordering process. NOTE: Expect an 8 week delivery time
Facing a new diagnosis can be overwhelming. We provide educational opportunities, community events, and resources for people with bleeding disorders and their family. We always suggest that you speak with your health care provider regarding any specific questions regarding your diagnosis and treatment plan. We invite you to explore our website to find out more about programs and events that we have coming up and other resources that might support you. Know that we are always a resource for you. Please call and speak to Ashley Fritsch, Office Manager, at 734-544-0015 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected with the Foundation and to receive a welcome packet full of important information.