News and Updates

April 2015

Effective April 16th, the age of eligibility for the Hemophilia Assistance Program has been lowered from 21 to 18.


August 2012

HAP Fact Sheet FY12 Publication Number EF41-11838 (PDF) was updated in August 2012.  This is a one page overview of the program for providers.


Medicaid Providers

Have you re-enrolled yet? Need more information? Here is a Quick Reference Guide and additional information about re-enrollment.


It's your CHOICE, it's your voice


Take the CHOICE survey to help improve the lives of the bleeding disorders community!

CHOICE (Community Having Opportunity to Influence Care Equity) is a project driven by Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) and is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Take the CHOICE survey to help improve the lives of the bleeding disorders community! CHOICE (Community Having Opportunity to Influence Care Equity) is a project driven by Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) and is supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

For additional information about the CHOICE Project visit the HFA website.
Download the flyer (PDF, 3146 KB).

External link to this site is intended to be informational and does not have the endorsement of the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). 


From the CDC: Did you know?

One of every 5,000 baby boys is born with hemophilia, and about 20,000 males in the US currently live with the bleeding disorder.

Hemophilia can lead to joint disease, pain, and death if the bleeding can’t be stopped or if it occurs in the brain or other vital organ.

You can subscribe to CDC: Did you know? and other topics on the CDC subscription page.



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Last updated November 30, 2016