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Bleeding Disorder Advocacy Program

By Nichelle Sims, Associate Director of Research and Advocacy

Published June 30, 2017


Hemophilia of Georgia Advocacy Program

Hemophilia of Georgia has launched a Bleeding Disorder Advocacy Program. The Advocacy program increases advocacy efforts for the bleeding disorder community at the state and federal level, educates the public, and enhances awareness about important policy changes affecting the community. In addition, the program serves as an extension of Hemophilia of Georgia’s advocacy efforts across the entire state. The program is currently seeking advocates across the state, especially in north and south Georgia.

Advocates will possess passion, energy, and interest in advocacy, as well as a commitment to serving the bleeding disorder community. Trained Advocates will share Hemophilia of Georgia’s mission, Advocacy priorities, and accomplishments. Advocates will be engaging with the bleeding disorder community in their district at client dinners, family camp, and other client events. Advocates will also be raising awareness in the community and educating the public about bleeding disorders.

Would you like to be a trained bleeding disorder resource for your community and your elected officials?  Become a Bleeding Disorder Advocate.  For more information and to receive an application form, please contact Jeff Cornett at or 770-518-8272.