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2016 RMHBDA Family Camp

July 29–31, 2016

Flathead Lake
United Methodist Camp
21339 Methodist Camp Rd., Rollins, MT
(406) 844-3483 www.flatheadcamp.org

Each summer, RMHBDA invites affected families living in Montana and Wyoming to attend a weekend retreat. The weekend is packed full of education, bonding, and fun!

For the parents and teens, we will have teambuilding programming led by our guest, hemophilia leadership expert, Pat Torrey and some time to relax with other families. This is a great opportunity to learn from and share experiences with one another.

We also have many great activities planned for our campers including arts & crafts projects, field games, and educational sessions for children with bleeding disorders and their siblings. Infusion classes will be offered from our HTC.

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Contact Brad with any questions at brad@rmhbda.org , 406.586-4050

2016 Mile High Colorado Camp

July 10–15, 2016


Leadership Pre-Camp Retreat July 8–10

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When and Where?

The Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center (HTC) is proud to once again sponsor the summer camp program

Who Should Attend?

  • Children with hemophilia or other bleeding disorders
  • Siblings of the above groups
  • Mile High Colorado Camp is for ages 7–18.
  • Check back with us soon to learn about the different programs we offer at camp!

Why Attend Camp?

The purpose of camp is to learn about bleeding disorders, develop skills, and have fun! Campers will have the opportunity to meet new friends and participate in a variety of traditional camp activities. As always, we have included educational components with the goal of encouraging self-confidence and independence.

Many campers have learned to perform self-infusion, experienced teamwork, and discovered new skills during the week of camp. Staff at the Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center (HTC) and Rocky Mountain Village wants this to be a wonderful experience that creates a wealth of fond memories for your camper.

What does it cost?

Each family is required to pay a non-refundable $75 deposit. The remainder of the camp cost, approximately $1000 per camper, is underwritten by other sources. If you have questions or need additional information, please call Brad Benne at 406.600.2554. Scholarship forms are available. Scholarships will be granted on an individual basis.

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Help send a child to camp!

Make a dream come true this summer! Your contribution will send a youth to hemophilia summer camp at Mile High Camp in Colorado. Your support makes a lasting difference in the lives of children with a bleeding disorder.


Handmade Levi & Custom Travel Bags

Fundraiser for The Rocky Mountain Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Association Wyoming Community Events

Handmade Levi and custom order travel bags are designed and created by two grandmothers dedicated to helping raise financial support for bleeding disorder communities. The bags feature large back pockets and two interior “pants” pockets perfect for cell phone, car keys, etc. Price is $45 with proceeds donated to the Rocky Mountain Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorder Association on behalf of Wyoming Bleeding Disorder Community Awareness and Support.

See more on Facebook . For further details, please contact Heather via text to 2082701479 or email hlwn0621@yahoo.com .

Patient Assistance Programs

A great new resource from the NHF:

“While the ACA’s implementation did many great things to provide access to healthcare coverage for the hemophilia and related bleeding disorders community, affordability still remains an issue for many. NHF’s Public Policy Team is often asked about resources available to assist patients with paying their premiums or out-of-pocket costs. In response to your inquiries, we have developed this document detailing patient assistance programs that remain available to members of the bleeding disorders community. Note the "accurate as of" date in red at the top right-hand corner. As changes are made to any of the programs listed, we will do our best to update the Patient Assistance document, and make the most recent version available to you.

“We have mentioned in previous updates that some insurers are not accepting third party assistance for qualified health plans (QHPs) purchased in the health insurance marketplace. The list currently includes certain insurers in Oregon, Montana, Idaho, New York, Nebraska and Louisiana. Therefore, it is possible that consumers will not be able to use an assistance program if they are enrolled in one of these plans. ”

Patient Assistance Programs document

from RMHBDA (updated 3/9/15)

from NHF (updated 9/15/14)

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Our mission is to improve the quality of care and life for persons with inherited bleeding disorders, including hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease through education, peer support, resources, and referral.

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