Since incorporation, SCSS has provided supportive assistance and services to over hundreds of families affected by Sickle Cell Anemia Disease. In 2008, they launched Sickle Cell Enrichment Camp for children who were born with Sickle Cell Disease ages 7-16. They have been successful to establish community partnerships and collaborations with organizations such as UAMS LIVING Well with Sickle Cell, Little Rock Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Arkansas Children’s Hospital , Arkansas Minority Health and several other organizations.
In 2009, their founder and CEO was appointed as Chairperson of the Legislative Taskforce on Sickle Cell Disease. This successful process led to the sickle cell bill passed to support an adult clinic in the state of Arkansas. Their organization continues to advocate, support, provide and help individuals and families impacted by sickle cell anemia disease throughout the state of Arkansas.
Sickle Support Services is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes. Sickle Cell Support Services focus is on enhancing the well-being of sickle cell anemia patients and their families.