Find Testing & Care
Use this online resource to find hepatitis B and C testing, medical care and treatment programs in NYC.
Text LIVER to 877 877
Use this text message service to find hepatitis B and C testing and medical care locations in NYC
Get hepatitis B and C information in your smartphone (i.e. risk assessments, testing and treatment site locator, videos, and more).
See a list of programs that provide free and low-cost care for Hep B and C in NYC.
The NYS Department of Health funds programs across the state to provide medical care to people infected with Hep C and co-infected with HIV.
This NYC Health Department initiative provides patient navigation to people with Hep C, helping them understand Hep C, connect to care, begin and complete treatment.
This NYC Health Department initiative provides patient navigation to people with Hep B, helping them understand Hep B and connect and stay in care.
This NYC Health Department initiative provides comprehensive Hep C care coordination for Medicaid/Medicare patients.
This NYC Health Department initiative provides Hep C health education and accompaniment to testing and care, at all Injection Drug Users Health Alliance (IDUHA) syringe exchange and harm reduction programs.
or Hepatitis C Helpline 800-GO-LIVER (American Liver Foundation)
Search for hepatitis C specialists and health centers across New York State.
Search for free or low-cost health and social services. This FREE online resource directory is used by social workers, caseworkers, discharge planners, and other information and referral professionals.
This online portal and 24-hour crisis hotline provides resources and referrals for mental health and substance abuse treatment in NYC.
Search for treatment facilities in the United States or U.S. Territories for substance abuse/addiction and/or mental health problems.
Find physicians authorized to treat opioid dependency with buprenorphine by state.
See a list of pharmacies that sell sterile syringes without a prescription.
Find meeting times and other information
Find meeting times and other information
More Patient Support
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 Check Hep C Patient Navigation Program is to link NYC residents living with Hep C to medical care.
A new Public Health Law was mandated January 1, 2001 and became a permanent program in 2009 that authorized licensed pharmacies in good standing to register with the New York State Department of Health to sell up to 10 hypodermic needles or syringes to individuals ages 18 years o...
The NYC Health Dept Immunization Clinic (Fort Greene) offers free Hep B vaccines to patients who are uninsured.
The New York State Department of Health provides programs that serve populations at risk for Hep C free HCV test kits and controls.
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.
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.
HepCAP serves New York State residents infected with Hep C who are uninsured to access medical services.
In 2014, NYC Council established the Viral Hepatitis Initiative, which has served to establish and sustain four programs to build community health organization capacity to prevent, identify, manage and treat hepatitis B and C.
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 Liver Health mobile app was developed in 2014 by the NYC Health Department to provide hepatitis B and hepatitis C screening, care and treatment information and health care access tools to patients and providers.
Several programs in NYC offer HepCap, which covers the cost of Hep C medical care for eligible patients.