Help from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Compass Program

 

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Compass Program
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Former Mountain Brook resident James Dixon leverages decades of financial services experience on top of Series 7, 8, 65, and 63 licenses as a managing director for Stifel Nicolaus & Company. James Dixon resides in near Mountain Brook in Birmingham, where he is active in the Independent Presbyterian Church and several civic organizations.

One such nonprofit, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF), is the leading global provider of financial support for cystic fibrosis research and treatment. Fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau, the organization was founded in 1955, and offers support services to individuals affected by cystic fibrosis that include the Compass program.

A personalized service, the CFF Compass addresses complicated issues that patients and their families face with the help of a dedicated case manager. The program, which is completely free, provides guidance regarding insurance basics, the navigation of healthcare resources, managing finances, and dealing with personal issues. Moreover, the service provides support to patients during challenging times of change. For additional information, including how to best reach the Compass program, visit www.cff.org.

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