Hemophilia of North Carolina

Since 1977, serving the people of North Carolina
affected by bleeding disorders.

260 Town Hall Dr., Suite A, Morrisville, NC 27560
1-800-990-5557 (toll free)
HNC Legislative Day

* Registration Closed

Complete Agenda [pdf/112kb]
(with parking and additional information).

HNC Legislative Day

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Raleigh, NC


This is a time of change and you can make a difference. The bleeding disorders community is diverse in many respects including political views. One thing all members have in common is the need to stand as watchdogs—as individuals, for our families, and for our community—on topics that may have an impact on those living with bleeding disorders.

One continuing focus of the annual HNC Legislative Day is to continue building awareness and relationships among our North Carolina State Representatives and the bleeding disorders community throughout the state. As the date gets closer, the HNC Advocacy Committee will determine what specific issues may impact people affected by bleeding disorders in NC. How can you do your part to aid this effort? Tell your story to members of the North Carolina Legislature at Hemophilia of North Carolina’s Legislative Day!

There will be an optional dinner and training session on Monday, May 1st at the Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh Downtown. HNC members traveling more than 30 miles for this training will be provided a hotel room upon request.

Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh Downtown
600 Glenwood Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27603
Registration deadline is April 10, 2017

Legislative Day Schedule

Monday, May 1 (Optional)
Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh Downtown

6:30pm–7:15pm: Dinner

7:15pm–8:15pm: Training Session
(topic TBD)

8:15pm–8:30pm: Q & A

Tuesday, May 2
NC State Legislative Building
16 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC

8:45am–9:00am: Briefing at HNC booth
1100 Court, 1st Floor

9:00am–2:30pm: Meet with legislators and staff

2:30pm–4:00pm: Debriefing (at Hampton Inn)

On Tuesday, May 2, HNC will have a booth in the Legislative Building at 1100 Court (first floor) to help raise awareness among the legislators and general public about issues in the bleeding disorder community. We will begin the day here with a briefing at 8:45am. After receiving our schedule and appointments for the day, HNC members will meet with their legislators and staff.

This is a phenomenal learning opportunity for our school-age children. We have found that most schools will allow the kids an excused absence for this event, but parents should check in advance with their child's teacher. We can also provide a letter of support for the parents to give to the school.

Parking at the Hotel

Parking at the hotel is $6*. Hotel is within .8 miles (15 minutes) of the Legislative Building. You can choose to walk or find parking closer (see below).

Walking Directions from Hotel to Legislative Building

Make a left on W. Johnson Street. (toward N. West St). Turn Right onto N. West Street. In 0.3 miles, you’ll make a left on W. Jones St. and the destination will be another 0.4 miles and on the left.

Parking for the Legislative Building

Parking is available weekdays in several public pay parking decks* within walking distance. The Green Square parking deck is at the corner of Edenton and McDowell Streets, behind the Nature Research Center (NRC). The entrance to the deck is on Edenton between Salisbury and McDowell Streets. Exit the deck on the north side and you will be at the back entrance to the NRC.

*Please see Charlene for parking reimbursement.


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