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August 2022

TORCH Teen Retreat

August 12 - August 14
PEEC, 538 Emery Rd
Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328 United States
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Our TORCH Teen Retreat will be held from Friday, August 12 to Sunday, August 14 at the Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), a short 2 hour drive from NYC in the Delaware Water Gap region. TORCH (Teen Opportunities and Resources for Community Health) is NYCHC's teen program for teens ages 13-18 within the Greater NYC bleeding disorders community. The goal of this retreat is to foster independence, self-advocacy, support, and accountability among teens, while also building future leaders in the…

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NHF Bleeding Disorders Conference

August 25 - August 27

The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is hosting the 74th Annual Bleeding Disorders Conference (BDC) in-person this summer from August 25-27 in Houston, Texas!  For those who can not go to Houston in-person, 28 hours of selected sessions from the Consumer, Teen, and Chapter tracks will be live-streamed. Learn more and register at: hemophilia.org/bdc

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September 2022

Back to School (Regreso a Clases)

September 18

On Sunday, September 18, we will host our Annual Bilingual Back to School Event. This event was designed to help your family transition out of summer and get ready to return to school. El domingo 18 de septiembre, tendremos nuestro evento anual ‘Regreso a Clases’ con sesiones en inglés y español. Esta vez se realizará de forma virtual y está diseñado para ayudar a tu familia con la transición del fin del verano y prepararse para el regreso a la escuela.   More information…

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October 2022

Unite Walk 2022

October 9

Our 2022 Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk will be held on Sunday, October 9 at Prospect Park in Brooklyn!   Learn more at www.NYCHCWalk.org!

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November 2022

Education Day

November 20

Join us on Sunday, November 20 for our Education Day! This annual event is our largest event of the year and is intended to bring the entire Greater NYC bleeding disorder community together in one setting to connect, learn, and support one another. This allows our community members to build deep relationships and to learn from quality and meaningful educational sessions about bleeding disorder management and other relevant topics.   More information will be provided soon.

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