Help4HepBC is a peer-to-peer helpline where Peer Navigators work with callers to meet the challenges of hepatitis C head-on. Callers talk one-to-one with a real person, typically someone who’s had hepatitis C touch their own life. Callers talk about the specifics of their particular situation. The phone call, support and information are confidential and free of charge.
If you need information and resources about hep C testing, diagnosis, treatment, PharmaCare, or other supports, call us. We know how to help you find resources where you live, in your region and provincially. We have experienced hepatitis C ourselves or have supported people living with hep C. We are peer navigators.
Our Peer Navigators can tell you how to prevent hep C and how to figure out if you have risk factors and should be tested. We want to be your first stop for learning everything about hepatitis C.
If you find yourself searching for hepatitis C help, then you’re facing a very serious time in your life.
What you read and hear about hepatitis C can be frightening. Some may tell you that you’ve been served a death sentence, while others assure you that it’s no big deal.
You need good information and somewhere to ask your questions.
You’re in the right place. Help4HepBC is a trusted source of information, support and referrals—all free of charge and confidential.
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Let us help you cut through the clutter and confusion. Call toll-free: 1-888-411-7578
Your call is completely confidential.
Please leave a message if we don’t answer OR email to firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to talk. Thank-you.
- Pacific Hepatitis C Network Basic Facts
- The Canadian Liver Foundation recommends screening for all born between 1945 – 1975 in Canada
- CDC: Take the 5-minute hepatitis risk assessment to make sure