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 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.
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Hep Free NYC is a network comprised of the Hep B Coalition, Hep C Task Force and Hep C Clinical Exchange Network (HepCX). The network brings together health care and social service providers, public health professionals, advocates, and consumers to network, share best practices, identify needs, and develop and implement strategies to improve health outcomes of people at risk for or living with hepatitis B and C in NYC.