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"Ignite an Era of Renewed Awareness to 

Sickle Cell Disease"

Who Are We?

Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness of San Francisco (SCAASF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that came into existence in 2014 after our founder's son Kareem M. Jones passed away in 2013 from complications with sickle cell disease. 

Our Mission

Broaden public awareness about sickle cell disease

Advocate for clients and families for access to quality compassionate healthcare

Educate to empower

Establish a comprehensive Sickle Cell Disease Care & Resource center in San Francisco  for people living with sickle cell disease to improve care and relations.

Advocacy and empowerment

Next Meeting:

Time

Presenter

Affiliation

Topic

March 6, 2021

11am - 2 pm

Dr. Carolyn Rowley

Cayenne Wellness

Health & Wellness

This program is supported via a grant from Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc.

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Phone: NeDina Brocks-Capla (415) 720-4458

Email: crisis@scaasf.org

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Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness of San Francisco (SCAASF)

A registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

EIN: 47-1268974

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This website is dedicated to my son, Kareem Marcellas Jones

The NCSCC is dedicated to providing access to clinical care and community resources for patients with SCD in targeted communities throughout the state of California