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There are many government and non-government organizations throughout the Unites States and in the Pacific Northwest that promote viral hepatitis awareness, provide information and educational materials, health advocacy, service provider training, and support for persons to access viral hepatitis information, screening, care and treatment.

Clinician Health Alerts
Pacific Northwest Resources
  • 2-1-1 Info
    Health and social service information for Oregon and Southwest Washington.
  • Oregon Safety Net Clinics
    Clinical sites that are part of the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) and provide health care to all, regardless of ability to pay. Safety Net clinics provide health care for those who otherwise would have access barriers to quality health services, such as lack of coverage, geographic isolation, language and culture, mental illness and homelessness.
  • Oregon Health Plan: Applying for Coverage
    The Oregon Health Plan (OHP), is our state's Medicaid program. OHP provides Oregonians access to coordinated health care. It covers services such as regular check-ups, prescriptions, mental health care, addiction treatment, and dental care.
  • Coalition of Community Health Clinics
    The Coalition of Community Health Clinics is a non-profit network of 14 safety net clinics in the Portland-Metro Area. The clinics provide high quality, culturally appropriate care to patients who are uninsured or under insured.
  • HIV Alliance
    Provides needle exchange services, hepatitis C testing for persons who inject drugs and hepatitis C case management services in Lane County, Oregon.
  • Hepatitis Education Project
    A nonprofit organization based in Seattle, Washington that raises awareness of viral hepatitis and provides support, education, advocacy and direct services to people affected by hepatitis.
  • Multnomah County Syringe Exchange and Disposal
    Services available include syringe exchange and disposal, risk reduction counseling and referrals to medical care, housing, STD treatment, mental health counseling and alcohol and drug treatment. Naloxone, commonly known as Narcan, is a drug used to reverse the effects of an opiate overdose. Overdose rescue kits containing naloxone are FREE for exchange clients at all of our needle exchange sites. Arrive early for training.
  • Oregon Metro
    Oregon law requires that syringes be disposed of in a manner that protects public health and safety. Oregon Metro provides information about safe storage, disposal and exchange of sharps containers and links to sharps container disposal by mail
  • The Northwest Addictions Technology Transfer Center (NWATTC) 
    The ATTCs work to raise awareness of evidence-based treatment and recovery practices and to improve the quality of addictions treatment and recovery by helping providers and organizations build skills and offer services. The NWATTC offers particular expertise in Motivational Interviewing, Clinical Supervision, Trauma-Informed Care, Medication Assisted Treatment, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and SBIRT, among many other areas of addictions treatment and recovery.
National Resources
  • HepVu
    HepVu provides interactive maps of that visualize the hepatitis C epidemic across the country.
  • National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable (NVHR)
    A coalition of public, private and voluntary organizations dedicated to reducing the incidence of infection, morbidity and mortality from viral hepatitis in the United States.
  • Hepatitis B Foundation
    A national nonprofit dedicated to promoting awareness, providing information, finding a cure and supporting hepatitis B immunization and treatment initiatives.
  • Asian Liver Center
    A national nonprofit that addresses hepatitis B through collaboration, advocacy, research, and education and outreach. The goal of the Center is to eliminate the transmission and stigma of hepatitis B, and reduce deaths from liver cancer and liver disease caused by chronic hepatitis B.
  • HBV Advocate
    A national non-profit that provides information about hepatitis B care and treatment.
  • Caring Ambassadors Hepatitis C Program
    A national non-profit based in Oregon whose mission is to help improve the lives of those affected by challenging health conditions through advocacy, information and support.
  • Hepatitis C Association
    A national organization whose focus is to educate the public, including patients and providers about hepatitis C.
  • Selected EPA-registered Disinfectants
    Listings of antimicrobial products registered with the EPA for healthcare use that are effective against the pathogens indicated in the list titles. The products must be used in ways consistent with product labeling. Inclusion on the list does not constitute endorsement by EPA.
  • NASEN - North America Syringe Exchange Network (Oregon Syringe Exchange Program List)
    A network of syringe exchange program formed in 1998. NASEN maintains a list of syringe exchange programs in North America. People who inject drugs continue to be at risk for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Research indicates that access to sterile syringes is associated with lower frequency of sharing and syringe exchanges support the safe disposal of syringes.
  • Viral Hepatitis Action Coalition
    A public-private partnership developed by the CDC Foundation. The Coalition members help support CDC-led research and programs.
  • Fingertip Formulary
    An online tool that provides information on the formulary drug status for health plans by state for commonly prescribed drugs. 
  • World Hepatitis Alliance
    The World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA) is a patient led and driven non-profit international non-governmental organization (NGO). The WHA is composed of over 180 member organizations who work in the field of viral hepatitis, representing every region of the world. The WHA partners with the World Health Organization (WHO) for World Hepatitis Day.


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