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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.


As the State of Colorado starts to regain a sense of normalcy, the Colorado Chapter would like to remind all community members of the safety protocols we have as we return to in-person events. Please visit our COVID-19 Resource Page for details.

Updated 3/1/2022
NHF and national chapter face-to-face meetings and events (indoors and outdoors) will require that all attendees, including NHF staff and sponsors age 5 and older (on the first day of any event), show proof of being fully vaccinated or a negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of attending the event. NHF strongly recommends that all attendees wear masks, regardless of vaccination status. NHF National Chapters, including Colorado, must follow local, state, or CDC masking guidelines, whichever is MORE strict. This means masking guidelines are subject to change per event, based on the event location and event structure. NHFCO will communicate any known guidelines in advance of events.
*Please note that all scheduled events are subject to change with little notice due to the ever-changing COVID situation in Colorado. Changes may include, but are not limited to, different masking, vaccination or testing requirements, canceling in-person events in favor of virtual events, and limiting attendance to in-person events.

In this time of uncertainty it is more important than ever to stay UNITED. NHF Colorado is committed to providing updated resources and tools for the community.

We want to hear your feedback so we can continue to serve you to the best of our abilities during this time. Please fill this quick survey and let us know your thoughts (your answers will be anonymous).


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In its over 40 years of existence, Mile High Summer Camp provides an opportunity to reach the youth in the bleeding disorder community. After two years of virtual camp we are ecstatic to have the opportunity to gather together again in-person. Teens will have the opportunity to go on a wild adventure with Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center participating in familiar activities.

Teen Leadership Weekend: Friday, July 15 - Sunday, 17th for teens ages 15 - 17. Campers must be the minimum age of 15 on the first day of camp. Campers turning 18 during the camp timeframe will not be permitted to attend camp.

COVID-19 Vaccination Required: Chapter and Medical Staff are working in every capacity to ensure the utmost safety of our campers which is why a COVID-19 vaccination is required for all campers and Bleedership Counselors to attend Mile High Summer Camp and the Teen Leadership Weekend. There are no exceptions to the vaccination requirement for 2022.

PRE-REGISTRATION CHECKLIST
We’re so excited to see your camper for the 2022 Mile High Summer Camp! Before you begin the registration process, please have the following documents ready to be uploaded into our registration system. You cannot save your registration and come back to finish at a later date, so please have this information ready PRIOR to starting the application.

A copy of the camper's COVID-19 vaccination card
A copy of the campers immunization records- signed and validated by the primary care physician.
The following immunizations/vaccinations are required: DTap (Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis), MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella), Measles, Varicella (chicken pox), Polio, Hepatitis A & B, COVID-19
A copy of the campers insurance card- both front and back
A copy of a letter from your child's primary care physician (not the HTC) showing examination within 12 months of the first day of camp
The date of your child's last comprehensive visit with the HTC- also needs to be within 12 months of the first day of camp
A list of ALL medication (factor, other prescriptions, and over-the-counter) that your camper takes
If your child is scheduled for an appointment between now and July 15th, you can still complete the application and put in your future appointment date for the HTC comprehensive visit and PCP visit. However, the application will not be considered complete until a copy of the form is received. 

PLEASE CLICK THE 'REGISTER HERE' LINK BELOW TO BEGIN THE APPLICATION PROCESS

Sunday, July 17, 2022Thursday, July 21, 2022

In its over 40 years of existence, Mile High Summer Camp provides an opportunity to reach the youth in the bleeding disorder community. After two years of virtual camp we are ecstatic to have the opportunity to gather together again in-person at Rocky Mountain Village. Mile High Summer Camp will begin Sunday, July 17 and end on Thursday, July 21st for campers aging 7-14.

Mile High Summer Camp: For campers 7-14 living with a bleeding disorder, a known carrier, or sibling (priority will go to those living with a bleeding disorder first). Campers must be the minimum age of 7 on the first day of camp.

Camp Week: Sunday, July 17th to Thursday, July 21st at Easterseals Rocky Mountain Village

COVID-19 Vaccination Required: Chapter and Medical Staff are working in every capacity to ensure the utmost safety of our campers which is why a COVID-19 vaccination is required for all campers and Bleedership Counselors to attend Mile High Summer Camp and the Teen Leadership Weekend. There are no exceptions to the vaccination requirement for 2022.

PRE-REGISTRATION CHECKLIST

We’re so excited to see your camper for the 2022 Mile High Summer Camp! Before you begin the registration process, please have the following documents ready to be uploaded into our registration system. You cannot save your registration and come back to finish at a later date, so please have this information ready PRIOR to starting the application.

A copy of the camper's COVID-19 vaccination card
A copy of the campers immunization records- signed and validated by the primary care physician.
The following immunizations/vaccinations are required: DTap (Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis), MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella), Measles, Varicella (chicken pox), Polio, Hepatitis A & B, COVID-19
A copy of the campers insurance card- both front and back
A copy of a letter from your child's primary care physician (not the HTC) showing examination within 12 months of the first day of camp
The date of your child's last comprehensive visit with the HTC- also needs to be within 12 months of the first day of camp
A list of ALL medication (factor, other prescriptions, and over-the-counter) that your camper takes
If your child is scheduled for an appointment between now and July 15th, you can still complete the application and put in your future appointment date for the HTC comprehensive visit and PCP visit. However, the application will not be considered complete until a copy of the form is received. 

PLEASE CLICK THE 'REGISTER HERE' LINK BELOW TO BEGIN THE APPLICATION PROCESS

Saturday, August 13, 2022
8:30 am12:00 pm
Sloans Lake Park, Denver, CO

Join us on Saturday, August 13th at Sloan’s Lake Park for a walk around the lake and festivities! Whether you feel comfortable gathering in-person or prefer to walk in your own neighborhood, there will be opportunities for ALL to be involved! Click on the registration link below to see the in-person and virtual possibilities!

The Colorado Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is the sole organization that supports bleeding disorder patients and their families in Colorado. Funds raised from the 10th Annual Walk go directly to support and sustain valuable programs and services such as our Women's Retreat, Teen Events, and the Mile High Camp, our week-long summer camp program for bleeding disorder patients and their siblings - cost-free.

As the State of Colorado starts to regain a sense of normalcy, the Colorado Chapter would like to remind all community members of the safety protocols we have as we return to in-person events. Please visit our COVID-19 Resource Page for details.

Thursday, August 25, 20228:00 amSaturday, August 27, 202211:30 am

NHF is thrilled to announce that the 74th Annual Bleeding Disorders Conference (BDC) will take place from August 25 to 27, 2022, in Houston, Texas. After two years of uncertainty, we are excited to gather our community in person!

For those that cannot join NHF in Houston, they will also be offering a virtual component. A total of 28 hours of selected sessions from the Consumer, Teen, and Chapter tracks will be live-streamed. These sessions will also be available on-demand immediately after the live broadcast. On-demand sessions will be accessible on our virtual platform until September 25, 2022.

NHF will also be offering 12 hours of selected live streaming sessions from the Provider tracks. An Enduring Program during late Fall of 2022 will be offered.

NOTICE: This is an independent event organized by industry representatives and not run by NHF Colorado. In order to continue to best serve the community the chapter is partnering to provide information and resources that may impact you.


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