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To improve the quality of care and life for people with hemophilia, vonWillebrand disease and other inherited bleeding disorders through education, peer support and advocacy.
The Hemophilia Foundation of Nevada is a nonprofit consumer advocacy and service organization founded in 1990 to help meet the vast education and support needs of the bleeding disorders community in Nevada. In July of 2011 we merged with the National Hemophilia Foundation to provide the best possible programs and support to the community. The new Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is committed to maintaining the commitment of our founder Renee Paper and continue to strive to the high standards that Renee would be proud of.
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Disseminate information on inherited bleeding disorders and their complications, including hepatitis and HIV/AIDS, to consumers, health care providers and the public.
Sponsor seminars on inherited bleeding disorders and their complications.
Publish a newsletter, "Hemophilia Foundation News and Views".
Maintain a large Library of brochures, books, articles, videos and audio tapes