Bleeding Disorders Substance Use and Mental Health Access Coalition

The BD SUMHAC was created from tragedy. A young man with a bleeding disorder facing a substance use disorder was repeatedly denied access to behavioral health facilities in New England. Without access to the treatment he needed, he overdosed and died. His death shocked the bleeding disorder community, and exposed a critical equity gap in behavioral health access. The BD SUMHAC offers resources that can help your loved one. Read more here.

Source: Laurie Kelley Communications, Communique, June 2024

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