FINDING A CURE TOGETHER
What We Do
MSCDA seeks to work collaboratively with patients, families, healthcare providers, federal and state agencies and other community based organizations to promote advocacy, education, research and excellent healthcare delivery.
Public School Nurses Training Programs
MSCDA can provide you with a Clinical Pediatric Nurse to hold in-services for Howard County Public School Nurses and help Nursing Assistants educate themselves on how to identify the symptoms exhibited by patients affected with sickle cell disease.
Public School Administrators & Educators Training Programs
This service trains school administrators and their staff on the importance of sickle cell awareness and gives them creative tactics that can be used to educate their students and others. Information is also given in these sessions on how to cope with a student or family with sickle cell disease and the importance of screening.
Patient Support Groups
MSCDA holds monthly support discussion groups on the 4th Thursday of every month for sickle cell disease patients and caregivers. If you would like to attend, please click here to contact us.
Emergency Financial Assistance
We work with SCD providers in our area to identify individuals and/or families affected by SCD who need emergency financial assistance. If you are in need of emergency financial assistance, please talk with your social worker or call us at 410-465-4822 and leave a message. Our ability to provide emergency financial assistance is based on our available budget.
MSCDA provides a vast array of educational materials in order to raise awareness including pamphlets and other literature. If you are in need of literature to use for educational purposes, please email us or contact the office.
Voices of MSCDA Videos
Struggle Creates Ability is a video collection which showcases vlogs created by a Sickle Cell Warrior, Pamela Moore. Learn more and watch now.
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We'd Love to Hear from You
Whether you are looking to learn more about our services, and how we can help, or you’re looking for volunteer opportunities, to make a donation, or have any questions about the Maryland Sickle Cell Disease Association, please reach out!