The Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California is the leading resource for those affected by bleeding disorders in Southern California. We serve 9 counties: Kern, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Inyo. Learn more and get involved today!

Our Mission Statement

Improving the quality of life and building community for those living with inherited bleeding disorders in Southern California

Our history

The Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California has been serving the community since 1954, providing quality programs and services to individuals affected by Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

In order to fully accomplish the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California’s (HFSC) mission, we believe that we must be aware of and responsive to the needs of everyone in the community whom we serve. We will create and implement programs using information and input from the communities we serve. Our organizational culture will value people of all backgrounds and will foster an environment of respect, openness, learning, integrity, honesty, and a sense of community. HFSC’s commitment to inclusiveness will be evident in our organizational structure, policies, procedures, board of directors, individual staff members, volunteers, and within our organizational goals and future vision. One of the goals of HFSC is to embrace inclusiveness within the community that we directly serve. This will allow the free and open exchange of ideas and the establishment of relationships between people of diverse cultures. This will enhance the development and delivery of our programs, which the community has defined. This goal can be accomplished by ensuring that our staff, board, and volunteers have woven inclusiveness into all aspects of HFSC’s operations. Approved: May 2019

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