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HFA Helping Forward Program

Helping Forward empowers community members to move forward from crisis into a sustainable future through career planning and financial management. The website includes a robust set of tools to help community members understand their rights, options, and community insights related to employment and finances. Explore this one-stop resource and sign up to be part of the Helping Forward network.

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HFA Employment Rights Course

Engage in four self-paced, interactive lessons specifically designed for the bleeding disorders community. Learn practical information about the Americans with Disabilities Act and Family and Medical Leave Act and hear directly from community members about their experiences and tips for self-advocacy in the workplace. Access the course in HFA Learning Central: visit the Planning Office, then click on Employment Rights.

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HFA Off to College Toolkit

This toolkit provides resources to help young adults prepare for the transition to college life, including tips from parents and students, a college care list, scholarship opportunities and more.

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Chronically Capable

A free employment platform that connects job-seekers with chronic conditions, such as bleeding disorders, to companies looking to hire a digital workforce. They work with recruiting organizations to find flexible and remote work opportunities for those who apply.