Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan strives to improve the quality of life for all people affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, other coagulation disorders, and related complications. 

Ypsilanti, MI

About Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan Mission Statement:  Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan strives to improve the quality of life for all people affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, other coagulation disorders, and related complications. 

HFM Eagle Journeys Camp Mission Statement:  To educate and empower kids with bleeding disorders to live a life of freedom and independence.

Contact Info

Website http://www.hfmich.org

Info(s)

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan Founded in 1956, the Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan (HFM) began as an all-volunteer chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation. In 1969 HFM received United Way funding that allowed significant organizational growth, which included hiring an executive director to advance services and education. That same year, HFM began the first-ever residential summer camp program for children with bleeding disorders, known as Bold Eagle Highlands. In the mid 1970’s Congress authorized and funded a national network of Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) and in 1984 HFM was appointed the federal Regional Core Center for Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana HTCs. As the Regional Core Center HFM has administrative and fiduciary oversight of the federal funding of our region’s HTCs on behalf of the United States Health Resources Service Administration’s (HRSA) Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) via the American Thrombosis and Hemophilia Network (ATHN). Ultimately, HFM’s Board of Directors made the decision to build a facility and in 2004 HFM opened the doors of our state headquarters at 1921 West Michigan Ave in Ypsilanti, MI were we are located still today.

Perks

  • Flexible work environment; ability to work from home
  • Health care provided - HFM Pays 97% of cost of health care
  • HFM pays for 100% of dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability
  • 403b plan available - annually HFM pays 5% of your annual salary into you account after 1 year of employment; plus matches up to 3% that you contribute
  • HFM pay up to $3,000 annual to a Health Care Spending or Flexible Spending Account
  • 15 days vacation for the first five years and 20 days after 5 years of employment
  • 12 sick days per year
  • 13 holidays per year with an additional week off between Christmas and New Year's

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