Since 1977, serving the people of North Carolina
HNC knows and believes in the importance of connecting with other people affected by bleeding disorders to share common experiences, triumphs, and challenges. Over the years, we have implemented a variety of different experiences to allow the community to connect, including intimate educational dinners, Community Connections Groups, parent mentoring, one-day events, and larger retreats and meetings to connect with others facing similar situations. But we know that people are still looking for other ways to connect.
The COVID pandemic has taken many opportunities away from the community, however one opportunity that we have gained, is the chance to connect from home with community members from across the state. The barriers of traveling have been removed thanks to the implementation of Zoom!
Based on community input and the real desire to connect, HNC is starting Virtual Support Groups, called Community Conversations, so that you can connect more closely (while still at home) with people who share similar experiences. These group meetings will be held virtually, using Zoom, so that you can connect wherever you are.
Meetings will be monthly. Each meeting will start with an overview of how HNC can support you, followed by time to get to know each other.
Please register by Monday, September 20, 2021. If you have any questions, contact the HNC Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 919-319-0014.
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