Join the Ohio Bleeding Disorders Council (OBDC) on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 as members of the bleeding disorders community meet with legislators from across the state to stand up for the issues that are important to us!
Click here to visit the OBDC Statehouse Day page for updated information.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to make a meaningful and lasting impact on policy that makes a difference for those with bleeding disorders. In this difficult budget year, it is more important than ever that we make our voices heard and protect the programs that are so critical to our families.
The event will make getting involved with statewide advocacy easy! The OBDC will bring everyone up to speed on current issues related to the community and will provide talking points for your reference. OBDC will set up meetings with your State Representative and/or State Senator. Groups of local family members can visit legislators together to support one another!
You can also contact your legislators by clicking here.
Please contact Randi Clites, NOHF’s Advocacy Manager if you would like to become involved or have questions.
Have you ever tried to find assistance through state/county programs? Oftentimes you are asked if your income falls under a certain percentage on the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Click here to view the current FPG.