Improving the quality of life and advocating for all Californians with bleeding disorders
Our Mission: To improve access to care and treatment options in order to advance the quality of life for people with bleeding disorders through advocacy, education, and outreach in collaboration with its founding member organizations
Our Vision: Open access to quality innovative care and choice of treatment for all people with bleeding disorders.
Health Care Access Forum
December 8, 2022
HCC ‘s DecemberHealth Care Access Forum is a virtual ONLY event on December 8th via Zoom. DHCS staff and other guests will attend to provide updates, help solve patient access issues and improve collaboration with stakeholders. This is the last HCC Healht Care Access Forum of the year, so don’ t miss it! Registration is now open! Deadline for in person registration is December 4th.
Val was an inspiring leader, advocate, friend. I met Val over 30 years ago. Shortly after I joined the hemophilia community to help direct the federal HRSA HTC Comprehensive Care and CDC HIV Risk Reduction grants for Region IX. Val and his first wife Katie were late...
Remembering Val In June 1989, I was a newly hired, unseasoned social worker/health educator at the Hemophilia Council of California, (Oakland office). I knew very little about hemophilia and even less about the bleeding disorders community. Someone suggested that I...
Val Bias was a shining light in the hemophilia and bleeding disorders community. We at the Hemophilia Council of California are saddened by his sudden passing on December 30, 2021 in Buffalo, New York. As a child, Val was diagnosed with severe hemophilia B in New...