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As a leader in the bleeding disorders community, we offer programs and services to raise awareness and make a difference for people living with bleeding disorders and their families. The health and well-being of our guests, our guides and the communities we visit is always our top priority. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we've worked tirelessly to enhance the health & safety precautions for every NHF Colorado program, day trip and event. With these changes in place, we can now offer some newly innovated events for some of our most popular programs—with more to come soon.


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Join us for an incredible experience, whether you're a seasoned skier/snowboarder or stepping onto the slopes for the first time! For just $15, registered individuals will receive a lift ticket, rentals, and a delightful breakfast buffet. Embrace the lingering snow of spring and seize this opportunity! The program and buffet kick off at 8:00 AM. March and April, historically known for abundant snowfall, present an ideal time to learn or enhance your skills alongside the bleeding disorder community. This event is open to community members ages 4 and above.

Please bear in mind: Lessons are open to individuals diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. Rentals and lift tickets are available to those living in a household with a diagnosed bleeding disorder.

Hurry, registration is limited and ends on February 1, 2024! Don't miss out!

Friday, March 22, 20245:00 pmSunday, March 24, 20241:00 pm
7800 E Tufts Ave, Denver, CO 80237

This state-wide education conference will offer innovative educational sessions and opportunities for the bleeding disorders community to connect. Throughout this weekend conference members of the bleeding disorders community have the opportunity to connect, grow, and engage with one another. More information to follow!

CHILDCARE:
There will be childcare available for both Saturday and Sunday of the Education Empowerment Days Conference. Any children younger than 2 please bring necessary food, anyone 2+ will receive a child's meal during Saturday's program.

TEEN TRACK:
There will be a Teen Track available to participants 13-17. These young adults will participate in a mixture of the All Conference sessions while having their own designated space and track. Some activities will take pace outside of the hotel area.

Friday, June 7, 2024Sunday, June 9, 2024
Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center. 1306 Business Highway 7 POB 66, Allenspark, CO 80510

Welcome to Family Camp – where magical moments unfold, and lives are transformed! Immerse yourself in an extraordinary experience designed for individuals, families, and children living with a bleeding disorder. Our mission is simple yet profound: to unite the bleeding disorder community in a haven of fun, relaxation, support, and the forging of connections with like-minded families.

**Embark on a Journey of Transformation:**

At Family Camp, we are dedicated to achieving two pivotal goals. Firstly, we empower our community members by increasing and enhancing self-infusion skills, fostering independence, and building confidence. Secondly, we foster an environment that cultivates connections within our community, creating a network of support that lasts a lifetime.

**Unleash the Magic of Family Camp:**

Picture this – individuals and children gaining confidence and independence, forging life-long friendships, and creating cherished memories as they embark on thrilling adventures like canoeing, hiking, and mastering outdoor skills. Our camp is not just a place for recreation; it's a sanctuary of encouragement, mentoring, and education for those learning to self-infuse, a skill that transcends the campfire and becomes essential for life.

**Designed for Every Family:**

Family Camp is tailor-made for:
- Families with young children living with a bleeding disorder
- Families seeking connection within the bleeding disorders community
- Individuals or children eager to explore or take the first steps toward self-care and self-infusion

**Don't Miss the Adventure – Register Now!**

The clock is ticking, and the deadline for registration is May 26, 2024. Secure your spot for a transformative experience that promises joy, camaraderie, and skills that last a lifetime. Join us at Family Camp – where the extraordinary happens!

*Family Camp: Transforming Lives, Creating Memories, Building Community.*

Saturday, June 22, 2024
11:30 am4:00 pm
Fort Collins

Join us for an unforgettable experience with Backpacks+Bleeders for Families on The River rafting trip on Saturday, June 22nd! We'll kick off the adventure with a sponsored lunch by Bayer at the check-in location, followed by an exhilarating half-day of rafting.

Embark on a thrilling journey through the Bighorn Sheep Canyon, where a mix of mild to moderate adventures awaits amidst breathtaking landscapes. This area is renowned for its resident Bighorn sheep, offering glimpses of these majestic creatures along the riverbanks and rugged mountain slopes. As one of the best whitewater rafting spots for observing Bighorn sheep, participants often leave with cherished memories of encountering these elusive animals.

The trip is open to adventurers aged 6 years and above. Please be aware that wetsuits and splash jackets are not included in the package but are available for separate rental.

Get ready for an incredible day filled with adventure and natural wonders!

Please note: Lessons are accessible to individuals diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. Rentals and lift tickets are offered to those residing in a household with a diagnosed bleeding disorder. Available for friends aged 6 and older or weights above 50 pounds.


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