HELPFUL RESOURCES

Whether you’re looking to get tested for hepatitis C (Hep C) or have just been diagnosed, the educational resources and brochures on this page can help you take the next step.

  • Learn more about why it’s important for every Baby Boomer to get tested for Hep C and sign up for reminders to ask for the Hep C test.

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    BABY BOOMERS HAS HEP C, AND MOST DON’T EVEN KNOW IT.

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    The only way to know for sure if you have Hep C is to get tested.

    Want to learn more? Sign up for helpful information about Hep C and email reminders to ask for the test.

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  • Learn more about the steps you can take, including working with a Hep C Specialist and exploring your treatment options.

    DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES

    There’s never been a better time to seek
    treatment for Hep C.

    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, facts about managing Hep C, and EAT WELL LIVE WELL, a guide to healthy eating.

    REGISTER NOW
  • From learning the most important facts about Hep C to planning for treatment, these brochures have you covered.

OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES

Check out these other online resources for even more information and support.

  • THE CDC RECOMMENDS TESTING >

    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).

  • HCV ADVOCATE >

    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.

  • DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS >

    The VA leads the country in hepatitis screening, testing, treatment, research, and prevention. This site provides information for healthcare providers, veterans, and the public.

  • CARINGBRIDGE.ORG >

    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 >

    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.

  • RxASSIST >

    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.

  • PARTNERSHIP FOR PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE >

    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.

YOU’RE NOT ALONE.

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, facts about managing Hep C, and EAT WELL LIVE WELL, a guide to healthy eating.

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