May 13, 2024

Spouse Support Group

Join HFM’s virtual Spouse Support Group on Monday, May 13, 2024 at 6:00pm-7:30pm.

Invite Your Spouses to Join You!

Please join us for a 90 minute group discussion facilitated by two experienced hemophilia treatment center social workers, Dave Rushlow, LMSW and Karen Boyd, LMSW. 

This session is a special one-time only group for spouses of people with bleeding disorders, open to men/women or non-binary individuals 18+ years old in the Michigan bleeding disorders community only. Topics that are open for discussion are anything related to bleeding disorders, relationships, intimacy, care partnering and more…

  • All men 18+ with a bleeding disorder are welcome to join us. This month, spouses are also welcome to join!
  • This group is open to Michigan residents only.
  • The group will be limited to 20 individuals to allow for greater conversation and connection between participants.

After registering, you will be sent the link for the group and sign on instructions. Please do not share this link as it is unique to you.

If you have any questions about registration please contact Kaite Scott, LLMSW, HFM Program Manager Social Worker at

Registered participants that attend the program are eligible to receive a meal reimbursement up to $30. Please note that alcohol purchases cannot be reimbursed.  After the program, email a copy of your itemized receipt to Laura Olson at Be sure to include your name, address to receive a check reimbursement, and your phone number.


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