The National Women’s Health Information Center, a part of the Office on Women's Health, works to improve the health and well-being of women and girls in the United States.
The Hemophilia Society of Colorado works alongside the Mountain States Regional Hemophilia Treatment Center to serve affected families in Colorado and parts of Montana and Wyoming to provide Education, Financial Assistance, Youth Activities, and Community Activities.
The HepC Connection is a unique support system established in Denver in October 1995 to assist HepC-challenged individuals and their families. It was founded by Ann Jesse and a dedicated group of community activists concerned about the mysterious viral disease that is fast assuming epidemic proportions in the United States.
The Colorado AIDS Project (CAP) is the oldest and largest non-profit (501 (c) (3)), community-based HIV and AIDS service and education agency in Colorado. Serving the Denver-Metro area and the surrounding counties (Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson), any man, woman or child with an HIV or AIDS diagnosis is eligible for CAP's services and referrals.
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Association is to improve the quality of care and life for persons with inherited bleeding disorders, including hemophilia and Von Willebrand disease, through education, peer support, resource and referral.
For more information regarding women woith bleeding and clotting disorders, please refer to the National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health, the NHLBI Fact Sheets on Hemophilia and VWD and the Centers for Disease Control to learn more about specialized health care for hereditary blood disorders.