If you’re newly diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, you may be feeling overwhelmed. We are here to help!
The Bleeding Disorders Foundation of North Carolina (BDFNC) has programs that provide support to different groups within the bleeding disorders community.
Connecting with other men with a bleeding disorder is vital to improving one’s quality of life. The Blood Brotherhood Program will connect you with other men with a bleeding disorder.
If you are a parent or guardian of a child with a bleeding disorder the HOPE Program provides resources, education, and support for families who have a child diagnosed with a bleeding disorder.
The Mentoring Program connects you with another parent who has a child with a bleeding disorder. Contact us to learn more about the Mentoring Program.
The Teen Program provides multiple opportunities throughout the year to connect with other teens.
The SOAR Program provides an opportunity to connect with other women to learn more about the unique experiences that women with a bleeding disorder face.
BDFNC hosts events throughout the year which allow community members to connect with others.
Who What Guide
The Who? What? Guide provides an overview of other nonprofits, pharmaceutical companies and treatments, specialty pharmacies, and acronyms that are helpful to know when living with a bleeding disorder.
North Carolina has five Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs)
North Carolina has five Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) and two additional comprehensive hematology centers that provide care for people with bleeding disorders. Learn about them on the Treatment Centers page.