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Who We Are

The Pacific Sickle Cell Regional Collaborative is a federally-funded project that seeks to improve the health and quality of life of children and adults with sickle cell disease, no matter where they live or seek care. We bring together sickle cell disease experts, people with sickle cell disease and their family members, primary care providers, sickle cell community based organizations, policy makers, public health departments, and others to address the unequal treatment that has led to poor care and poor outcomes for this population.

Thirteen states and the US Pacific Jurisdiction make up the Pacific Sickle Cell Regional Collaborative:

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming.

WHO IS SUPPORTING THIS WORK?

WHAT ARE OUR GOALS?

WHY IS THIS WORK IMPORTANT?

PSCRC
Collaborative

Sickle Cell Disease Facts & Symptoms

Resource Center

For Policymakers

Introduction to the Pacific Sickle Cell Regional Collaborative

PSCRC Web Resources

Helpful links to Federal, State & Community Resources

Articles

A list of articles reviewed by experts & their peers.