Project SUCCEED is a comprehensive HCV care coordination program which links people of color who are co-infected with HIV and HCV to hepatitis C care and treatment.
Project INSPIRE is a comprehensive hepatitis C care coordination program in NYC, now enrolling until February 2017.
Several programs in NYC offer HepCap, which covers the cost of Hep C medical care for eligible patients.
The goal of the Check Hep C Patient Navigation Program is to link NYC residents living with Hep C to medical care.
The goal of the Check Hep B Patient Navigation Program (Check Hep B) is to link New York City residents living with Hep B to medical care.
The goal of the NYC Hep C Peer Navigation Program is to prevent new Hep C infections and navigate NYC residents at risk for Hep C through testing and medical care.
The NYC Health Dept Immunization Clinic (Fort Greene) offers free Hep B vaccines to patients who are uninsured.
The following organizations provide Hepatitis B or C Testing in NYC in the community or ‘in the field.’ Please contact these organizations to refer for testing or to collaborate on special events.
HepCAP serves New York State residents infected with Hep C who are uninsured to access medical services.
The listed NYC pharmacies provide Hep B & C Treatment Adherence Programs. These local specialty pharmacies can help with ordering medication, counseling patients about use, and providing treatment adherence support.
The Hep Free NYC Patient Navigator Network is a committee of the NYC Hep B Coalition & Hep C Task Force and serves to identify and make contact with professionals who navigate patients with Hep B or C through the health care system.
The New York State Department of Health provides programs that serve populations at risk for Hep C free HCV test kits and controls.