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NYC Hep C Peer Navigation Program
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. Peer navigators support patients to complete Hep C testing, link to medical care, and prevent infection or re-infection. This program is funded by New York City Council and administered by the NYC Health Department.
NYC Hep C Peer Navigators provide the following services at no cost to the patient: Hep C health coaching, Hep C prevention services, referrals to supportive services, navigation through complete Hep C testing, and linkage to and retention in Hep C care.
To be eligible patients must reside in NYC and be at risk of getting Hep C, or have a positive hepatitis C antibody or RNA test result.
PROGRAM SITES & CONTACT
To enroll in the program, refer a patient or for more information, contact:
St. Ann’s Corner of Harm Reduction (SACHR)
886 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY 10459
Phone: (718) 585-5544 x105
Housing Works – Positive Health Project
301 W 37th St #3, New York, NY 10018
Phone: (212) 465-8304 x4828 or (347) 839-0900
Peer Navigators: Xzavier Howard
Supervisor: Andrew Bonfrancesco
Client Services and Testing Counselor: Antoine Powell
Safe Horizon Streetwork Lower East Side and the Space At Tompkins
33 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002
Phone: (646) 602-6404
Peer Navigators: Milagros Rios, Nicole Brothers, and Plasm Mihova
Supervisor: Graciela Razo