YETI is a national conference hosted at Camp Collins, nestled in the forest just outside Portland, Oregon. YETI supports the development of bleeding disorder-specific teen programming. The conference brings together local organizations, HTCs, and community members for a weekend-long experiential train-the-trainer program. There has been a total of 105 bleeding disorder entities that have been trained in YETI since 2017.

YETI promotes confidence and supports teens aged 14-20 with bleeding disorders as they transition into independence. YETI is not only about building lifetime connections and friendships, but it also allows teens to build relationships across state borders. YETI encourages teens to become leaders at their local organizations and be willing to contribute to the design and creation of future teen programs!

If you’re interested in attending YETI, please fill out the application. The portal will close on October 20th at 11:59 p.m. You will be contacted by October 25th if selected to attend.

If you have any questions, please contact Carrera,, or visit YETI – PNWBD.

YETI Teen Participant Application-