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2021 Events

Virtual Women's Retreat

When: February 13, 2021 (9am-12:30pm)

Where: Online (via Zoom)

Teen Advocacy Summit

When: March 18, 2021 (6pm-8pm MST)

Where: Online (via Zoom)

2021 Education Weekend

When: June 18-20, 2021

Where: Fairmont Hot Springs, Fairmont, MT

Hemophilia Awareness Month

March 2021

World Hemophilia Day

April 17, 2021

2021 HTC Clinic

When: June 2021

Where: TBD

Mile High Summer Camp

When: July 11-16, 2021

Where: Rocky Mountain Village, Empire, CO

RMHBDA Teen Retreat

When: August 11-13, 2021

Where: Flathead Methodist Camp, Rollins, MT

RMHBDA Family Camp

When: August 13-15, 2021

Where: Flathead Methodist Camp, Rollins, MT


When: September 11, 2021

Where: Billings Zoo, Billings, MT

RMHBDA Men's Retreat

When: Cancelled


RMHBDA Women's Retreat

When: November 5-7, 2021

Where: Chico Hot Springs, Pray, MT

NHF Patient Assistance Programs

A great resources 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.”