Support for people affected by hepatitis

Advocacy. Referrals. Support. Information

1 in 5 people living with
hepatitis C don’t know they have it​

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis A

Not many people contact hepatitis A in Australia. But some people are more likely to get it:

  • People who inject drugs using needles
  • Men who have sex with men
  • People visiting countries with less access to clean water or sanitation.
  • People who are experiencing homelessness

Sometimes there is an outbreak of hepatitis A, but it is not common.

National Hepatitis Infoline

Confidential, free and localised viral hepatitis information and support services.

TasCAHRD education

 

Bloodwise: Learn about HIV,Hepatitis B & C and their transmission, prevention testing & treatment, the impact of stigma & discrimination… and how to find services near you!

 

Language Matters

People anticipating or experiencing stigma and discrimination are less likely to seek out or stay engaged in prevention or harm reduction strategies or with health and support services​. ​

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World Hepatitis Day
28th July, 2024
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