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NVHR awarded four $10,000 NVHR Hepatitis C Project Booster Mini Grants in 2018. These mini-grants are intended to enhance the capacity of NVHR member organizations to conduct hepatitis C (HCV) education, testing, and linkage to care in their local communities and then disseminate those best practices nationally. Our recipients are conducting one year projects from June 1, 2018 - May 31, 2019. 


NVHR 2018 Mini-Grant Recipients

Department of Family Medicine, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center (New York, NY)

The Department of Family Medicine at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center is driven to improve quality of life in the Bronx, New York, one patient at a time. The Department of Family Medicine’s project will improve HCV treatment and care by supporting the implementation of auto-ordering for HCV lab tests, providing additional education on the importance of the test to cure, and providing incentives to encourage patients to come in for their final test.


Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. (Baltimore, MD)

Health Care for the Homeless serves individuals and families experiencing homelessness throughout Maryland with complex and comorbid health and behavioral health conditions. Their project will expand work in key areas, specifically more targeted interventions for screening, access to treatment and using data to improve care. The goal of their project is to improve the rate of HCV screening, treatment initiation, and treatment completion for individuals experiencing homelessness.


Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (Eureka, CA)

Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction is focused on peer led education with a mission to reduce the harms of injection drug use in Humboldt county, California. They are the only peer led program in their region and have built a culture of trust among people who inject drugs. This project will develop an in-house testing and linkage to care system, with robust data collection, to prevent the spread of HCV among people who use drugs in Humboldt County.


Prevention Point Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA)

Prevention Point Philadelphia is a multi-service public health organization dedicated to promoting health, empowerment and safety for communities affected by drug use and poverty. Prevention Point Philadelphia will implement a HCV education course called Hep C and Me which seeks to integrate peer mentorship with HCV education and navigation. The goal of Hep C and Me is to provide HCV education to participants who are aware of their HCV status and not yet linked to care or those who have not been tested for HCV.

NVHR Mini-Grants Archived 2018 RFP


NVHR 2017 Mini-Grants