Bleeding Disorders Program

The Virginia Bleeding Disorders Program (VBDP) is a program funded by the Virginia Department of Health to provide support for the care and treatment of residents of Virginia with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders.

The program supports a system of coordinated, family-oriented, multidisciplinary services for persons of all ages with bleeding disorders. VBDP provides funding for care coordination done by nurses and/or social workers and health insurance consultation at hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs). VBDP also provides limited health insurance premium assistance through Accessia Health, as well as medication for persons who are uninsured and financially eligible.