These online resources are available for additional information and support.
Know More Hepatitis, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is part of a campaign to increase Hep C testing among US Baby Boomers (born 1945–1965).
This site is a part of the Hepatitis C Support Project, a non-profit organization founded by Hep C-positive individuals to provide education and support for others with Hep C.
The VA leads the country in hepatitis screening, testing, treatment, research, and prevention. This site provides information for healthcare providers, veterans, and the public.
Partnering with the American Liver Foundation, Caring Bridge offers free, personal websites to people experiencing a significant health challenge. These private sites are intended to provide a valuable way to reach out to family and friends, and make each health journey easier.
Help-4-Hep is a non-profit toll-free helpline that connects people who have concerns about Hep C with sympathetic, knowledgeable counselors—typically people whose own lives have been affected by this disease.
Pharmaceutical companies often have programs to provide free or low-cost medications to people who qualify for this assistance. RxAssist has a comprehensive directory of Patient Assistance Programs, among other resources.
PPA helps qualifying patients—who don’t have prescription drug coverage—get the medicines they need for free or at low cost. PPA can also help with finding free and low-cost clinics in your area.
Call 844-9-HEPCHOPE to speak with a Hep C Educator or sign up below.
We’re here to light the way with helpful information, a Hep C Specialist appointment guide, and facts about managing Hep C.
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