Overview

Help us to prevent the 1000 deaths each year from hepatitis B & C – and the 6 million Australians who suffer from chronic liver disease.

Helping you love your Liver

Nationally, more than 6 million Australians suffer from chronic liver disease. An estimated eight million Australians – one-in-three – suffer symptoms associated with liver disease and 500,000 Australians live with chronic hepatitis (17 times the number of people with HIV/AIDS) and 1,000 die each year from hepatitis B and C.

Less than 5% of those infected currently access treatment.

How you can help

DONATE NOW and HELP CHANGE this.

Supporting us helps:

    • Raise awareness of liver disease and prevent the transmission and impact of viral hepatitis
    • Increase awareness and referral to quality information, care, treatment and support
    • Influence the government, media and other agencies in relation to a stronger response to the challenges of viral hepatitis and liver disease in our community.
    • To fight stigma and dispel misinformation about viral hepatitis and chronic liver conditions
    • Train community and health workers to upskill and deepen their knowledge to support the needs and challenges of those living with viral hepatitis and liver disease.
    • Produce resources and digital content to provide insight and educate the community.
    • Provide information and support via our free LiverLine – 1800 703 003
    • Deliver education programs to youth, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, Aboriginal communities and in prisons.
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    LiverWELL, trading as Hepatitis Victoria is the peak community organisation working across the state for people affected by, or at risk of, liver disease and viral hepatitis.

    We acknowledge and pay respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    We welcome people from all cultures, nationalities and religions. Being inclusive and providing equitable services is our commitment.