• Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California


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Mission Statement

To improve the quality of life and build community for families and individuals living with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders by offering a variety of programs and services that educate, advocate and support the needs of the bleeding disorders community in Southern California.


The Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California has been serving the community since 1954, providing quality programs and services to individuals affected by Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Like many foundations, ours began out of the vision of a few individuals who saw the need and importance of uniting in an effort to provide information, education, and improved treatments that would keep their loved ones alive.

Over the years, we have continued this mission and have grown to meet the changing needs of the bleeding disorders community. We continue, where medical treatment leaves off; in our efforts to reach all people affected by hemophilia, and other serious forms of bleeding disorders. We want them to know that there are others who understand their hardships who are here to support them as they journey through the adventures and struggles of living with a bleeding disorder.

Currently, HFSC offers assistance in many areas such as medic alert sponsorship, emergency financial assistance, individual and family counseling, family gatherings and retreats, case management, seminars, advocacy, along with youth focused programs like summer camp, kids club, and HemoGames. We also work to educate our community through health-focused education and resources like our informative newsletters and web site.

We serve the following counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Kern, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Riverside and Ventura Counties.


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