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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 June 2022: NHF is committed to ensuring the safety of our staff, volunteers, and the community we serve. These NHF Event Guidelines are one way for us to demonstrate that commitment. While participating in events held or sponsored by the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF), consistent with CDC guidelines, participants are encouraged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, practice hand hygiene, “social distancing” and wear face coverings to reduce the risks of exposure to COVID-19. At the present time, NHF no longer requires proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test for people of any age as a condition of event participation, which includes both indoor and outdoor gatherings. Exception: due to intimate proximity and the extended duration of summer camp, NHF CO does require all campers to demonstrate proof of vaccination. NHF National Chapters, including Colorado, must follow local, state, or CDC masking guidelines, whichever is MORE strict, which means guidelines are subject to change per event on short notice based on the event location and event structure. NHF cannot guarantee that its participants, volunteers, partners, or others in attendance of events will not become infected with COVID-19. Please reach out directly to the Chapter to clarify any aspect of this policy.

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.

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Friday, February 3, 20236:00 pmSaturday, February 25, 20236:00 pm
1050 W Hampden Ave Ste 100, Englewood, CO 80110

Trailblaze with Backpacks + Bleeders through this indoor climbing experience! Try a new skill or strengthen your current techniques at Movement Gym in Englewood for the first-ever Indoor Climbing Clinic Series! This series will take place every Friday, starting February 3 through February 24, with a new learning topic for each session. This 4-week series with the expert's from Movement Gym in Englewood. This is for participants with a diagnosed blood disorder, carrier, or caregiver of a minor with a blood disorder.

Week 1, Feb 3: Footwork  
Week 2, Feb 10: Breath  
Week 3, Feb 17: Center of Gravity  
Week 4, Feb 24: Arms and Hands 

There are 15 spots available for each week's climb, and we invite you to sign up for as many weeks as you can attend. This climbing clinic's purpose is to continue building on your developing skills and feel prepared to climb on your own after the 4-week series. At the end of the series, participants can sign up for a monthly membership with the initiation fee waived!  

The Men's Program has continued to grow throughout the past year providing engaging opportunities for all men in the bleeding disorders community to connect, laugh, and learn together. We asked for your feedback on what you would like to see next!

Are you ready to win or lose? The Game Night Party is on the way. Join us on Tuesday, February 7 and enjoy the company by playing games all night along with good food and laughter.

Event Audience: ALL men in the bleeding disorder community – directly impacted or caregivers!

Registration includes dinner and game time. This is an in-person event that you do not want to miss!

Saturday, March 4, 2023
10:00 am12:00 pm
2121 Children's Museum Dr, Denver, CO 80211

Join us on March 4, 2023, at the Children's Museum of Denver to connect, learn, and grow with others in your bleeding disorders community. Participate in an engaging, informal presentation on Bleeding Disorders Basics for an opportunity to learn and ask questions. Connect with mentors in the community for a chance to learn from their experiences and empower you and your family for what is to come. This event is in partnership with the Hemophilia Thrombosis Center. It is for participants who are newly diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, has young children in their family with a bleeding disorder, or are interested in connecting with other community members.

Are you new to Colorado, or have you recently received the diagnosis of a bleeding disorder? The Connections Program is designed to help connect, welcome, and support newly diagnosed families of infants and young children with bleeding disorders with community connections and provide resources.

Thursday, March 16, 2023
11:00 am1:00 pm
Colorado State Capitol

The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) and the NHF Colorado Chapter has advocated for the needs and interests of people affected by hemophilia and related bleeding disorders for almost 60 years. In this role, we have educated elected officials and others in government about the unique needs of people with bleeding disorders. As a result of efforts at the federal level, millions of dollars in government funding have been used to improve medical care, services, education, and safety and surveillance of blood and blood products.

Whether you are directly impacted by Von Willebrand's Disease or interested in learning more - this dinner program is for you! Get to know inheritance patterns and types of VWD and its various symptoms, including those that are specific to women. Be a part of discussing different treatment approaches available to people living with VWD.


Whether you are a seasoned skier/snowboarder or trying for the first time, this is a terrific opportunity for you and your family! For just $15 registered individuals will receive a lift ticket, rentals, and a $20 lunch voucher. With spring peeking out on us there is still plenty of time to enjoy the snow. March and April historically being the snowiest time of the year offers a fantastic opportunity to learn and/or strengthen a new skill with your bleeding disorder community! This event is for community members ages 4+.

Friday, April 14, 20235:00 pmSunday, April 16, 20231:00 pm

This state-wide education conference will offer innovative educational sessions and opportunities for the bleeding disorders community to connect.

More information on registration and sessions schedule to come....

Saturday, May 6, 2023
1:00 pm3:00 pm

Saturday, June 10, 2023Sunday, June 11, 2023
Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center. 1306 Business Highway 7 POB 66, Allenspark, CO 80510

Family Camp creates magical, life-changing experiences for individuals, families, and children living with a bleeding disorder. Our goal is to bring together members of the bleeding disorder community for fun, relaxation, support, and building relationships with other families facing similar challenges. Here we focus on two key goals: increasing and enhancing self-infusion skills and building connections within our community.

At Family Camp, individuals and children develop confidence, independence and build life-long friendships and memories while they canoe, hike, and learn outdoor skills. Camp is also a place of encouragement, mentoring, and education for individuals and kids learning to self-infuse and enhance their role in self-care, a skill essential for life.

Family Camp is designed for:
-Families with young children living with a bleeding disorder
-Families who want to connect with other families in the bleeding disorders community
-Individuals or children who are ready to learn about or take the first steps toward self-care and self infusion

Contact Hanna Beary after May 1st to confirm availability.

1385 S. Colorado Blvd. Suite #610
Denver, CO 80222

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