Hepatitis Victoria offers a range of education, training, personal health management and support services to increase understanding about viral hepatitis, and the various means of prevention, management and treatment.
HEPReady is a suite of training courses developed for community and health workers to further their knowledge of viral hepatitis
We deliver a number of health promotion programs with Youth, CALD and Aboriginal communities, and with Prison settings.
We facilitate and run support programs for people living with hepatitis, along with their family and friends.
The Hepatitis Infoline is a friendly and non-judgemental phone service that provides information, support and referrals. It is for people living with hepatitis C or B, workers, friends, family, or anyone concerned about viral hepatitis.
The service is free and confidential.
We produce publications providing insight and education to the community on viral Hepatitis, including: HepChat (ENews) , Good Liver Magazine, and Annual Reports
A five week long course, LiverWELL (chronic disease self-management) is for people with hep C, hep B, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), cirrhosis, and other liver conditions
We provide a directory of resources, available for order, download and printing.
Diverse communities and the hepatitis challenge – towards elimination, Parliament of Victoria, 24 July 2017