We have a new and improved system of collecting membership information. Please make sure that every member in your household is listed. You will have to click next to get to the end of the form if you don't have any household members to add. Thank you for helping to keep our records current!
Also, while membership is free, you are still able to make a donation to the chapter if you wish. There is an option to donate at the end of the membership form.
NOHF will provide an emblem (bracelet, dog tag or necklace, etc.) for all members with a bleeding disorder.
Families without access to dental coverage may be eligible for Delta Dental insurance. Enrollment fee is $25 per person with a bleeding disorder and $50 for additional family members in the household with a family maximum of $200. There is open enrollment year-round and will be accepted based on available funding.
Educational scholarships are available to children and adults with a bleeding disorder and their caregivers. Scholarships can be used for tuition, tutoring and books. There is a $500 limit per person, per year that can be used towards college or trade school tuition, continuing ed credits, or tutoring. Checks will be made out directly to the educational institution.
NOHF offers camp scholarships to children with bleeding disorders, 6-18 years old and will facilitate transportation when feasible. Camp application forms to Bold Eagle, Hot to Clot and Flying Horse Farms will be circulated as they are made available to us.
NOHF offers $400 per family annually to assist with costs associated with individual or family counseling. These funds can cover co-pays or full costs of the sessions and will be paid directly to the provider. Additional funds may be available upon request.
These programs are open to members and their immediate family members of all ages. We offer reimbursement for yoga, swimming and other similar safe activities. We also contract with a yoga instructor who has experience teaching the bleeding disorders community.
Consumer members (those with an immediate family member with a bleeding disorder living in the household) and board members will be invited to all appropriate programs, workshops and events.
When participation is open to our members to attend regional trainings or educational meetings, members can be reimbursed for travel to those meetings up to $100 per year (this includes travel stipends to FAMOHIO). We will reimburse at a rate of .35 per mile.
Contact: Tanya Ricchi
NOHF offers last resort financial assistance to persons with bleeding disorders for emergency expense needs that arise because of complications directly related to their bleeding disorder. Eligible families can request this assistance once per calendar year, up to $500. Contact your social worker at your HTC to begin the process. If you are not seen at an HTC, contact Tanya Ricchi.