MAR 19-20, 2024

Lansing Days

HFM continues to recommend vaccinations/boosters and use of masks as preventative measures against the spread of Covid-19. However, we will no longer require proof of vaccination to attend in-person events. 

Registration is now CLOSED!

Join your fellow community members for Lansing Days
Tuesday, March 19 and Wednesday, March 20, 2024.

As the cost of health care rises and cost-sharing shifts to patients, it remains critical that our community continues to share our voice with decision-makers in Lansing. There are legislators in Lansing who may be unfamiliar with bleeding disorders and patient needs.

We hope YOU will join us in educating the legislature on bleeding disorders by sharing your unique stories.

HFM will provide a dinner and legislative training on Tuesday evening. On Wednesday, participants will travel in groups to meet with their elected representatives to discuss the needs of the bleeding disorders community.
Specific policy issues to be discussed will be determined closer to the event date.

  • This event is free of cost.
  • All members of the Michigan bleeding disorders community, including family members and community advocates, are invited to register to attend.  
An online training is tentatively scheduled for the evening of March 4th. Look for more details to come in an email after you register!

Thank you to our 2024 Lansing Days Program Sponsors!

Thank you to our 2024 Lansing Days Program Supporters!

State-Based Advocacy Coalition Supporter

Chapter Education Supporter


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