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There are many ways to personally support the fight against viral hepatitis. Choose your time commitment and state below, and we’ll provide ideas of actions you can undertake.

Urge Congress to Support the Mainstreaming Addiction Treatment Act (MAT)

The Mainstreaming Addiction Treatment Act (MAT) would increase access to lifesaving addiction medicine.

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Ask Your Members of Congress to Join the Hepatitis Caucus

The Congressional Hepatitis Caucus serves as a resource for members of Congress and their staff on issues and research related to the prevention and treatment of viral hepatitis.

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Federal Funding for Viral Hepatitis Programs

The CDC Division of Viral Hepatitis is severely underfunded and needs at least $134 million to strengthen the viral hepatitis infrastructure. Take action today.

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#Voices4Hep Network

#Voices4Hep is a network of 200+ patient, provider, and community advocates who are interested in taking action in their communities to eliminate viral hepatitis. Join us to connect with fellow advocates, gain support for local initiatives, and access resources to help you have a bigger impact.

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In addition to local advocates, most states have viral hepatitis coordinators who provide technical expertise for CDC funded programs that focus on viral hepatitis prevention.

Find your coordinators here:
Viral Hepatitis Prevention Point of Contact List
Perinatal Hepatitis B Coordinator List

Upcoming Events

Check out our calendar of public hepatitis events, webinars, and milestones to get the latest in the hepatitis community. Have something to add? Email

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HARM: Hepatitis, Addiction & Stigma Reduction in Medicine

Join the Louisiana Department of Health and Ochsner Health System for an HCV elimination program virtual series on Hepatitis, Addiction & Stigma Reduction in Medicine.

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Expanding Access to Hepatitis B Vaccination

In the United States, up to 2.2 million individuals have been chronically infected with hepatitis B virus (HBV). Hepatitis B is vaccine preventable and was the first created anti-cancer vaccination. This April 30th marks National Adult Hepatitis B Vaccination Awareness Day. In efforts to continue to promote hepatitis B awareness and prevention through vaccination, Hep…

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