Resources

Coronavirus: COVID-19 Resources

As we navigate the current health crisis together, our primary concern is, and has always been, the health and wellness of individuals, families and communities that we serve.

In this unprecedented moment, being connected with each other is more important than ever. While we may be practicing social distancing, staying healthy means not falling into an unhealthy pattern of social isolation. Taking care of our emotional well-being, prioritizing self-care and staying engaged with the important people in your life are among the most critical things we can do during this time.

Our goal is to keep you as informed as possible. We will continue providing regular emails, but we also invite you to read these updates from our national organizations:

For more information please visit the CDC website that outlines the prevention and treatment options currently available.

Advice for Chronic Illness Patients — Preventing Loneliness

Kansas Dept. of Labor COVID-19 Response Resources

Kansas Insurance Department – https://insurance.kansas.gov/

Dial 211 for Essential Community Services click here

  • Effective immediately, Ameren is suspending all disconnections for non-payment and forgiving any late payment fees for residential and business customers. Normal billing for customers’ usage will continue as usual but if you are having difficulty paying your bill, please contact Ameren’s Customer Care team or go to our Missouri payment assistance page to learn about your options. Customer Care: Residential: 800.552.7583 (MO) Business: 877.426.3736 (MO)
  • If you’re  impacted by the Coronavirus and need help with your natural gas service or bill, don’t worry. Contact Spire. We’re in this together, and we’re here to help.
  • How AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint are offering relief to customers.

 

The Social Care Network: search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more. https://www.auntbertha.com/


Kansas Consumer Assistance Division

If you or someone you know has an issue with their insurance, you can contact the Kansas Insurance Department to help. Please use the contact information below to reach out for assistance.
Main Line: (785) 296-3071
Consumer Assistance Hotline: 1-800-432-2484
Consumer Complaint: kid.webcomplaints@ks.gov
Producer Licensing: kid.licensing@ks.gov

Midwest Hemophilia Association (MHA)

Mailing Address – PO Box 412866 • Kansas City, MO 64141 • 1-816-479-5900
Office Address – 1471 W. South St, Suite F, Ozark, MO 65721
(To send correspondence to the Executive Director please use the office address.)

>>Scholarships and Applications


Other Resources

National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF)

1-800-42-HANDI • www.hemophilia.org

https://www.betteryouknow.org/healthcare-providers-educators/resources-on-bleeding-disorders

Great Plains Region Hemophilia Program Regional Coordinator

John Drake • 512-233-6942 • john.h.drake@uth.tmc.edu

University of Missouri Hospital and Clinics Hemophilia Treatment Center

Dr. Barbara Gruner • 1-573-882-9355

Kansas City Regional Hemophilia Center

Dr. Shannon Carpenter, Dr. Mike Silvey, Dr. Brian Wicklund, Dr. William Jennings, Dr. Jill Moormeier, Andrew Wilson, FNP, CPHON, Melissa Armanees, CPNP, Rebecca Coney, DNP, APRN, FNPC, Katie Foote, LMSW
1-816-302-6869 • Toll Free 1-800-236-1713

Additional resources provided by the National Hemophilia Foundation