Patient Financial Assistance Program
The Patient Financial Assistance Program helps individuals and families living with a bleeding disorder access affordable health care through assistance with insurance premiums, medical bills, emergency basic living expenses, and Medic Alert bracelets.
If you are having financial difficulties related to your bleeding disorder please contact Karin Koppen, Program and Services Coordinator, to review program qualifications at 414-937-6782. You may also speak with your Hemophilia Treatment Center social worker to begin the application process.
To qualify, a patient/family must:
- Be a Wisconsin resident or receive care from a Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Center
- Have a diagnosis of hemophilia, von Willebrand disease or other bleeding disorders served by GLHF
- Complete a Patient Financial Assistant application and meet the financial needs requirements
Contact Karin Koppen, Program and Services Coordinator at 414-937-6782 for further information.
National Hemophilia Foundation has a list of additional financial assistance programs.
Education and Training Assistance Program
- Scholarship funds for academic and career advancement
- Scholarships for individual classes which will enhance or advance your career
For further information, please visit our Scholarships Program page.