Hemophilia Council of California :
Who They Are
Founded in 1982 as a nonprofit organization, the Hemophilia Council board is comprised of representatives from the hemophilia associations and foundations in California.
What They Do
The Hemophilia Council of California (HCC) provides public information and coordinates activities to promote and ensure the welfare of all California organizations representing persons with coagulation disorders and which will improve the quality of life for all persons with coagulation disorders and their families.
The Hemophilia Council of California (HCC) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1982. The Hemophilia Council Board is comprised of representatives from the hemophilia Associations and Foundations in California.
HCC’s primary services include information exchange, education, consumer and political advocacy and coordination of events relating to hemophilia and coagulation disorders.
HCC monitors California legislation that could affect people with coagulation disorders. HCC also has three advocacy programs: the annual Legislative Day held at the California State Capitol; the Future Leaders Program, educating youth in the community about the political process; and the Home Care Forum.
For more information on HCC’s current services, legislative updates and newsletters visit Hemophilia Council of California.