Our Mission

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.

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    We are pleased to announce a new program that will benefit all of our members and our community. CHPS otherwise known as California Hemophilia Program Support Inc. is a nonprofit tax except organization which has been created to aid in the quality of home care and support the community of bleeding disorders, through education support and high certification standards.

    Qualifying home care companies need a good history of serving the community of bleeding disorders; demonstrate a working knowledge of hemophilia and bleeding disorder products and care, offer full range of services within the community, have inventory in stock to provide service, supply a 24 hour toll free number that will make pharmacists and shipments of medication available so that members can access their medication at any time, and provide for the fact that despite provided expected costs  be expected to inform the consumer of any changes to costs, but make an effort to provide treatment and costs at lowest possible price. They must also fully comply with AB389.

    We feel a great change is coming and with the introduction of the CHPS program we are well on our way to achieving our goals for the year of making the hemophilia community one joint family and raising awareness of the bleeding disorder community.

    We are pleased to introduce the following company that has been certified. 

    National Cornerstone Health Services

    NCHS through its Divisional Support Teams, Reimbursement, Customer Service and its Specialty Pharmacy provides more than just your medication and supplies. When you become part of our team, you will have access to all of our services and be treated in a personalized friendly manner. Your treatment care plans will be developed with your involvement as well as your physician. We strongly endorse efforts to advocate on behalf of those persons we serve and are committed to a concept of open communication.

    To learn more about NCHS and our Division Representatives please visit our website, Facebook page, Twitter or blog at www.nc-hs.com.

    If you would like further assistance please contact Barbara Chang at 877.616.6247.

    BioRX You have a choice when it comes to your homecare assistance. BioRx has your best interest in mind with supportive, personalized service. We understand bleeding disorders and how they affect your family and your life. With BioRx's California pharmacy, nursing, and consumer advocacy support, we offer the highest level of service possible. Additionally, we have extensive education programs available to you, in your home where "the needle meets the vein". Call BioRx to experience our dedication to exceptional service.

    If you would like further assistance please contact June Reese at 866.588.8470.

      

    • 2015 Pitkin Scholarship

      The 2015 Application is available.



    Pitkin Application

    Please call our office at (323) 525-0440 or email us at ofcmgr@hemosocal.org for a 2015 Application.

     

    You can download and save the application by clicking here 

     

     

     

     

    • MAY 2

      http://www.hemophiliafed.org/programs/meetings-events/educational-symposium/ 

      May 2 Family Information Day - Buena Park, CA

      Thank you to all community members, sponsors, volunteers, staff and speakers for making this day at Knotts Berry Farm the best ever!  We also appreciate everyone who filled out a survey!  Look forward to seeing everyone again soon!

       

       

       

    •  May 4

      http://www.hemophiliafed.org/programs/meetings-events/educational-symposium/ 

      OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TODAY. Sorry for any inconvenience.




       

       

       

    • MAY 11, 2015

       

      May 11-13 Future Leaders and Legislative Day


      The Future Leader Program is a three-day program designed to teach young people how to advocate for themselves and their community. This program is open to men and women with bleeding disorders ages 14-22 and their siblings. The program starts at 6:00 PM Monday, May 11 and ends at 4:00 PM Wednesday, May 13, 2015 in Sacramento, California. The Hemophilia Council of California pays for all expenses for travel to and from Sacramento, meals, and accommodations.  We are thrilled that several of the youth from our community are attending this year and look forward to hearing about their experiences!  For more information please call (916) 498-3780 or email hccassist@aol.com.


       

       

       

    • June 5-7, 2015

       

      June 5-7 Retreat (Camp Hess Kramer) - Malibu, CA


      Aloha!  Join us for a getaway Hawaiian themed weekend at Camp Hess located in the Little Sycamore Canyon between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in Malibu. Lodging is rustic but we hope you won’t be spending much time in your cabin!  We’ll roast s’mores by the camp fire, enjoy rock climbing and a ropes course, play some tennis, swim and enjoy a professional hula dance! Of course we’ll have some educational seminars planned for the adults. Don’t forget to start preparing for the infamous talent show!  Invitations are on their way.  Please call the office if you haven’t received yours by 5/15/15.  Space is LIMITED. MAHALO!!

       

       

       

    • July 17-22, 2015

       

      July 17-22 Camp Blood Brothers & Sisters
      (Camp Painted Turtle) - Lake Hughes, CA


      Through innovative, camp-based programs that offer a great big dose of fun and support, children with more than 30 medical conditions visit The Painted Turtle each year, reclaiming the joys of childhood.  A member of Paul Newman’s renowned SeriousFun Camps (formerly the Association of Hole in the Wall Camps), The Painted Turtle has offered thousands of children and their families hope and encouragement through its Summer and Family Weekend camps since it opened its gates in 2004.There is no billing department at The Painted Turtle—campers and their families attend free of charge. And there’s no limit to the amount of laughter campers take home with them either!  Also, unaffected siblings are eligible to attend Sibling Camp the week of August 13-17th.

      To Apply Click Here:
      https://thepaintedturtleapps.com

       

       

       

    • Aug 13-15, 2015

       

      August 13-15 NHF's 67th Annual Meeting - Dallas, TX


      Whether you're a first timer or an old timer, NHF's annual gathering of the entire bleeding disorders community in the US offers participants three key elements: an array of educational sessions, a hands-on Exhibit Hall with fun for all ages and social events where you can unwind each day.Every year families and individuals with bleeding disorders look forward to dozens of sessions on everything from parenting issues, dealing with inhibitors and transition stages to hepatitis C advancements, advocacy updates, research breakthroughs and other timely topics. Programs for children, teens and young adults mean the next generation of people with bleeding disorders is nurtured, encouraged and emboldened to represent the community.

      To Register Click Here:
      https://www.hemophilia.org/Events-Meetings/Annual-Meeting

       

       

       

    • Aug 17-23, 2015

       

      August 17-23 HCC Bike Ride - San Francisco to San Diego


      The California Coastal Ride for Hemophilia is a fitness challenge benefiting all four California Hemophilia Chapters & the Hemophilia Council of California. Cycle over 500 miles from San Francisco to San Diego in one week for hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease and other bleeding disorders!  The ride begins with a kick-off dinner on Saturday, July 25 in San Francisco and concludes on Saturday, August 1 in San Diego. Registered riders embark on a seven-day journey along California's majestic Highway 1 for an experience like no other.  For more information please check out the website (http://www.ccr4h.org/).  If you would prefer to cheer our riders along the way, call the office to sign up as a volunteer to help serve lunch to our riders (date TBD).  Good luck!

       

       

       

    • Sept 19, 2015

       

      September 19 HFSC Hemophilia Beach WALK - Santa Monica, CA


      We’re proud to host our fifth annual Southern California’s Hemophilia Walk in beautiful Santa Monica. The theme this year is STAR WARS so start making your costume and join us to help support the needs of the bleeding disorders community in Southern California! All are welcome for a walk in the sun and for some fun with old and new friends!! For questions about corporate sponsorship or how to form or join a team, call (323) 525-0440 or email commadv@hemosocal.org. We look forward to seeing you there!

      Click here to register as an individual or team:

      https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/LoginRegister.aspx?eventid=162094&langpref=en-CA&Referrer=http%3a%2f%2fwww.hemophilia.org%2fwalk%2f

       

       

       

    • Oct 19, 2015

       

      Golf & Tennis Tournament

      Save the date for our annual fundraiser!  A full day of golf or tennis with a scrumptious bbq dinner, silent auction and prizes to follow! To be held at the La Canada Country Club

       

       

       

    • December

       

       

      TBD:  Can't wait to celebrate the holidays with you!  More information to come!

       

       

       

Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California
6720 Melrose Avenue,
Hollywood, CA 90038
Telephone: 323.525.0440
Fax: 323.525.0445

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