Behind on rent or utility payments? Can’t afford to renew registration on the car you drive to work? We may be able to help. CCHF offers emergency assistance to individuals with bleeding disorders (or their custodial parents or guardians) who live in its service area—up to $500 yearly and $3,000 lifetime. If you have already exhausted government and other nonprofit resources, click on the button, fill out the form and contact our office to apply. Subject to approval and available funds, we will make payments on behalf of eligible individuals directly to landlords, utility companies or agencies like DMV (not to individuals). If you are in need, don’t wait until the last minute to apply. Approval and submission of payment can take several days. Fill out the form and email it to email@example.com.
Click the MedicAlert Application to print and fill out the application to receive a Medic Alert bracelet. Once you have completed you may email this information to our email address at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a one-time service available only to members of the bleeding disorders community in our 27-county service area.
Help us help you stay informed about CCHF activities and services. Click the Contact Form button to the left to print & mail your address, phone numbers and email updates and changes to make sure you will get the latest information regarding upcoming events and opportunities from the Central California Hemophilia Foundation. You may also email this information to our email address at email@example.com.
Click the Volunteer Application button to the left to let us know how you want to give to the bleeding disorders community. We have many opportunities with different time committments. Even an hour or two a month can make a huge difference. Many hands make for a lighter load. Complete the application or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Timeline: Scholarship applications are accepted in February and awarded in April/May. Please fill out the form and email it to email@example.com.
CCHF Scholarship Fund
for Persons with Bleeding Disorders
The CCHF Scholarship Fund is intended to assist people with financial scholarships to aid those with bleeding disorders in fulfilling their greatest potential.
Jim Carey Scholarship Fund for Children of Those with Bleeding Disorders
The Jim Carey Scholarship Fund was established to honor one of the founders of CCHF and his contribution to the hemophilia community.
Jill Wayne, RN Scholarship Fund for Students Studying Nursing.
The Jill Wayne Scholarship Fund was established to honor a member of CCHF and her contribution to to the hemophilia community.
Timeline: Lifelong Learning applications are accepted and awarded throughout the year.
The Lifelong Learning Fund
The CCHF Lifelong Learning Fund is intended for use by those with bleeding disorders, of any age, to fulfill their greatest potential by facilitating the development of skills and/or enhancing knowledge in body, mind, and spirit. The funds are not to be used for travel, food, or to purchase items. The funds are for registration or program fees, required course materials or required uniforms.
Applications can be submitted at any time during the fiscal year. For consideration, the application must include an expense receipt or written quote from the vendor. Please complete the form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hemophilia Federation of America
Baxter Education Advantage
CVS/Caremark's Eric Delson Memorial Scholarship
Factor Support Network's Mike Hylton and Ron Niederman Memorial Scholarships
and Millie Gonzalez Memorial Scholarship
Novo Nordisk Education Grants
Pfizer's Soozie Courter Hemophilia Scholarship Program