Hepatitis C: State of Medicaid Access
Hepatitis C: State of Medicaid Access provides an in-depth evaluation of direct-acting antiviral (DAA) access for hepatitis C treatment in state Medicaid programs.
Hep ElimiNATION is an advocacy tool to bring awareness to policymakers, public health agencies, and communities about a broad range of key considerations for elimination.
Hepatitis Network for Education and Testing (HepNET)
HepNET is a network focused on identifying and addressing the unmet needs of people who inject drugs to improve their access to viral hepatitis care.
#Voices4Hep is a network of patient, provider, and community advocates taking action in their communities to eliminate viral hepatitis.
NVHR is working to lead the viral hepatitis community in elimination advocacy efforts and to eliminate viral hepatitis in the United States by 2030.
NVHR aims to support a comprehensive and integrated response to viral hepatitis in the United States by advocating for fully funded state and federal elimination plans.
NVHR is working to ensure integration and alignment of viral hepatitis elimination strategies into comprehensive drug user health initiatives across harm reduction, treatment, and recovery.
NVHR is fighting for equitable access to viral hepatitis prevention and care to effectively serve disproportionately impacted populations.
NVHR is working to raise awareness about, improve access to and increase utilization of hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccines.
NVHR is working to ensure that U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) guidelines for hepatitis B and C testing are implemented in public and private healthcare systems.
HCV Point-of-Care Diagnostics
NVHR and Treatment Action Group (TAG) discuss what it will take to make rapid HCV diagnostics a reality in the United States. Dr. Anne Gaynor from the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) walks us through the FDA announcement to reclassify HCV diagnostics.
Pharmacists’ Role in Viral Hepatitis EliminationWatch
Build Your Own State Hepatitis CoalitionWatch
Integrating Buprenorphine Treatment into Your Practice: Treatment for Persons with Opioid Use Disorder and HCVWatch
Advancing Health Equity Through Adult Hepatitis B VaccinationWatch
Injection Drug Use and Health Disparities Among Puerto Ricans: Implications for HCV Care and EliminationWatch
Demystifying 340B for Correctional InstitutionsWatch
Building COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence in the Viral Hepatitis CommunityWatch
Viral Hepatitis Hill Visit TrainingWatch
Public Communications for Hepatitis AdvocacyWatch
State Viral Hepatitis AdvocacyWatch
Defining Priorities and Strategies for Viral HepatitisWatch
Hepatitis C Vertical TransmissionWatch
Addressing Viral Hepatitis in Rural United StatesWatch
Liver Cancer and Viral Hepatitis: A national perspective on the growing burden in the U.S.Watch
The State of Hepatitis C Treatment Access in the U.S.Watch
Strategies to Eliminate HCV in VeteransWatch
More than Tested, Empowered Engaging Drug Users to Fight Stigma and Improve Access to Hepatitis C CareWatch
Building Political Partners for HCV EliminationWatch
Three Webinars: Addressing Barriers to Hepatitis C CareWatch
Hepatitis C: The State of Medicaid AccessWatch
Hepatitis Advocacy: Understanding Federal AppropriationsWatch
2017 Mini-grantee Webinars Available NowWatch
Engaging Active Drug Users About Hep C: From Testing Through Cure and BeyondWatch
Hepatitis C Among Pregnant WomenWatch
Hepatitis C Treatment Access in Prisons: Legal and Policy ChallengesWatch
What Are Hepatitis C Patients Experiencing in 2017?Watch
Why We Need a National African American Hepatitis C Action DayWatch
$10K Goes a Long WayWatch
Hepatitis C and the State of Medicaid AccessWatch
Strategies for Hepatitis C Treatment AccessWatch
Navigating Hepatitis C: What Patients Need to KnowWatch
Viral Hepatitis Provider Toolkit
Resources to assist providers in the management of viral hepatitis
Community partner activities and resources
Letter to the Editor
Includes a sample draft letter and tips and tricks you can use to help raise awareness around viral hepatitis in your community newspaper