Advocacy Committee

Join community members to support the City Council funded Viral Hepatitis Initiative and to advocate for other local, state, or federal policy and legislative issues.

Goals:

  1. Educate City Council members on the impact of the Viral Hepatitis Initiative
  2.  Share information with community members, staff from community-based organizations focused on harm reduction, syringe exchange, drug user health, immigrant and foreign-born populations, people with HIV/AIDS, and others at risk of viral hepatitis regarding advocacy and legislative issues
  3. Provide information to the HepFreeNYC community regarding state and federal legislative issues

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Hep Free NYC Advocacy Committee Meeting Highlights | 09-23-2020

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