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The NWSCC makes life better for people with sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait and their families.

Get Connected.

Get Connected.

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We bring information to people with sickle cell and their families in Washington State. By partnering with local health care providers, the state's newborn screening program, families, schools and communities, we ensure that all those affected by sickle cell have access to education, resources, counseling and coordinated care. 

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SC New Year's Party 2020

Thank you to the amazing Seattle Sickle Cell Task Force for hosting another successful New Year's Party. A great time was had by all. See more photos in our photo gallery.

Information

About Sickle Cell Disease

Normal red blood cells are round, almost like doughnuts. They move  through small blood vessels in the body to deliver oxygen, which is  carried by a substance called hemoglobin. In sickle cell disease, one  little change in the hemoglobin can cause it to form long rods when it  gives away oxygen. For more information click here.

About Sickle Cell Trait

To learn about sickle cell trait, how you get sickle cell disease, who gets sickle cell disease, and how you can get tested, click here.

Contact Us

We would like to hear from you!

Northwest Sickle Cell Collaborative

2101 East Yesler Way, STE 100, Seattle, WA 98122

Northwest Sickle Cell Collaborative Hotline

(206) 987-6972

Leave us a voicemail and someone will return your call within 2 business days

Thank you!

The NWSCC is generously supported by an award from the Washington Department of Health.