Project SUCCEED is a new NYC Health Department capacity building initiative that aims to eliminate Hep C in people living with HIV in NYC.
Hepatitis C and HIV Co-Infection
Consider signing your organization on to the attached letter from ABAC urging Congress to reject the proposed budget cuts and adequately fund domestic HIV/Hep and related programs in FY 2018.
The Alliance for Positive Change is a community based organization that helps New Yorkers living with HIV and other chronic illnesses make lasting positive changes towards health, housing, recovery and self-sufficiency.
The 2017 International Conference on Viral Hepatitis (Oct 9-10, Chicago) welcomes abstract submissions in a wide variety of domains including Hep B or Hep C Elimination, Hep B or Hep C Clinical Management, and co-infection with HIV.
The NYC Health Department is accepting applications for the next free Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR) Recovery Coach Academy to be held on Monday, 9/18 through Friday, 9/22 (5 days).
U.S. Conference on African Immigrant Health (October 5th-8th in Washington DC) seeks abstracts related to all health issues affecting the African Diaspora.
City Council demonstrated its commitment to hepatitis elimination by continuing support for the Viral Hepatitis Initiative, which has improved health care access for over 8,000 New Yorkers at risk for or living with hepatitis B or C, and trained over 800 clinical providers.
- Sign On | Urge Congress to Appropriate Opioid Funding for Hep C/ HIV February 14, 2018
- Training Manual for Treatment Activists | Hep C & HIV Coinfection February 2, 2018
- Letter to Administration: “America Falls Behind in Hepatitis Elimination Efforts” January 9, 2018
- NY City Council Discretionary Funding Application (Due 2/20/18) December 22, 2017