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Chapter Education Day coming up March 25
HACA looks forward to welcoming members to our annual Chapter Education Day, which is scheduled for Saturday, March 25, at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, VA. The theme for our 2023 event is “The Future of Bleeding Disorders,” and the day will kick...
NHF coming to DC area for BDC, scholarships available
The National Hemophilia Foundation will host its 75th Annual Bleeding Disorders Conference at the Gaylord Nation Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, MD, from Thursday, August 17, to Saturday, August 19. HACA is pleased to be one of the host chapters for...
Georgetown welcomes new social worker
The Georgetown University Medical Center Hemophilia Treatment Center recently welcomed a new social worker: Leah Kramer, LICSW. Leah is a native of the DMV and completed her Master’s in Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. After living on the West...
Registration now open for Camp Youngblood
HACA and the Virginia Hemophilia Foundation are teaming up again for Camp Youngblood July 16-21, 2023. Camp Youngblood is a weeklong overnight camp at Camp Holiday Trails for children with inherited bleeding disorders, their siblings, and children of members of the...
HACA offers the George and Linda Price Scholarship each year for college students, as well as the Job Readiness Grant for continuing education. The Qualley Scholarship is also available for national meetings, with the Hemophilia Federation of America Symposium coming up in April 2023.