The California Hepatitis C Task Force

What we do

We provide support, networking for developing, and existing community organizations, reinforcing local efforts for better access, affordability and quality of care for those affected with viral hepatitis. Get involved. Take Action. Find out how you can get Involved »

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Advocacy

We act as a common voice for hepatitis patients on the local, state and federal level. We passionately take policy positions which favor patients and their access to care. We use grass roots support to drive legislation that puts patients' care first.

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Research

We develop models and improve existing viral hepatitis prevention, education, treatment, testing and reporting practices that support the delivery of evidence based treatments for viral hepatitis.

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Collaboration & Resources

We bring together concerned citizens, patients, health leaders and stakeholders to form community partnerships. This is an endeavor to bring services to those affected by viral hepatitis, enhance access to care and drive public health reform.

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Known cases of Californians infected with Hepatitis C as of May 2018

NCHHSTP AtlasPlus gives you the power to access data reported to CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP). Use HIV, viral hepatitis, STD, TB and Social Determinants of Health Data to create maps, charts, and detailed reports, and analyze trends and patterns

The Silent Epidemic

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A recent surge in opioid addiction and injection drug use among young people across the state and the country. California's Department of Public Health is now reporting that hepatitis C virus (viral hepatitis) infections are now skyrocketing among millennials across the state-with new infections increasing 55 percent among men ages 20 to 29 and 37 percent among women in the same age group in the Golden State over the last decade, Capitol Weekly reports. Viral hepatitis-related death toll now exceeds all other nationally notifiable infectious conditions combined.

Together we can change the worldwide landscape and save lives by organizing patients and their loved ones to advocate for better access to healthcare and cures for viral hepatitis. Your contribution will help us reach our goal of getting everyone in California living with viral hepatitis cured.