The Bleeding Disorders Foundation of North Carolina (previously called Hemophilia of North Carolina) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons affected by bleeding disorders through advocacy, education, promotion of research, and supportive programs and services. Our Vision is for all persons affected by bleeding disorders to achieve their full potential without barriers or limitations. Hemophilia of North Carolina was formed in the 1970s by a diverse group of parents, patients, spouses, health care professionals and others with an interest in promoting awareness, providing support and disseminating information to the community. Today HNC has over 700 member families and provides services and support to all persons with bleeding disorders. HNC keeps patients and caregivers aware of the latest news of interest on topics ranging from medical and insurance issues to programs and activities from which they may benefit. The Concentrate newsletter also provides updates on HNC projects and opportunities. Additional activities include: - Patient Advocacy - Patient and family education - Peer support groups - Sending informational packets on topics of importance to the bleeding disorder community - Representation to state and federal agencies in the interest of people with bleeding disorders - Regional Meetings - Annual State Meeting - Sponsorship for attendance at National Meetings - Scholarships - Financial assistance for persons with special needs For more information visit our website at www.hemophilia-nc.org, call the office at (800) 990-5557 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSomething looks off?