2019 Advocacy Training and Richmond Days

2019 Advocacy Training and Richmond Days

The Virginia bleeding disorders community needs you. This is your chance to be heard – join us and share your story! Advocacy Training and Richmond Days are an opportunity for people affected by inherited bleeding disorders in the Commonwealth of Virginia to advocate for issues that matter to them. During Richmond Days, the Virginia Hemophilia Foundation (VHF) schedules meetings with individual legislators that allow constituents to advocate and share their story.

Educational Dinner – Virginia Beach

Educational dinners are a series of educational presentations hosted at restaurants around the state. Facilitators are clinicians, national advocates, and industry experts. Educational dinners enable those affected by inherited bleeding disorders to connect with people from their local community, as well as learn about a range of relevant topics.

Community Retreat at Great Wolf Lodge

Community Retreat at Great Wolf Lodge

The VHF bleeding disorders community retreat is a social and educational gathering that occurs at Great Wolf Lodge Water Park. This event brings together the Virginia inherited bleeding disorders community and is an excellent opportunity for fun, networking, support, and increasing knowledge.

Educational Dinner – Richmond

Educational Dinner – Richmond

Educational dinners are a series of educational presentations hosted at restaurants around the state. Facilitators are clinicians, national advocates, and industry experts. Educational dinners enable those affected by inherited bleeding disorders to connect with people from their local community, as well as learn about a range of relevant topics.

First Step Program for New Families – Richmond

First Step Program for New Families – Richmond

*NOTE THE NEW DATE AND NEW LOCATION* First Step Program is designed to support families of infants and young children with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders with community connection and education. This program is for families with children who have been diagnosed with an inherited bleeding disorder in the last 7 years.