The mission of the NYC Hep C Task Force is to build community capacity for the effective prevention, screening, management and treatment of Hepatitis C by promoting collaboration among key stakeholders and effecting change through participation in policy advancement, initiating innovative projects, and facilitation of enhanced knowledge sharing.
The NYC Hep C Task Force was founded in 2004 in the South Bronx, and has grown into a citywide network of service providers and advocates working to prevent, manage and treat hepatitis C. The groups come together to learn, share information and resources, network, and identify hep C related needs in the community. Committees form to work on projects in order to meet needs identified by the community.
The NYC Hep C Task Force meets twice a year in each borough and convenes citywide awareness days and trainings. Learn more about the Hep C Task Force:
- NYC Hep C Task Force Leadership
- Committees and Projects
- Meeting Archives
- Newsletter Archives
Participate in person or online through reading the meeting highlights and communicating by email. Click here to subscribe to our newsletter and receive meeting invites.