877-435-7443 toll-free

National hepatitis C support line staffed by trained peer counselors. Health education, resources, referrals for testing and treatment, and emotional support. Monday–Friday, 9 am–7 pm EST.

HIV Health InfoLine
800-822-7422 toll-free

Staffed by trained Project Inform operators and staff, many of whom also live with or are affected by HIV. Call-back service Monday–Friday, 10 am–4 pm PST.

AIDS/HIV Nightline
800-628-9240 toll-free

Operates 5 pm–5 am and is run by the San Francisco Suicide Prevention hotline. Very strong on offering emotional support and health education.

The HCV Advocate

Offers a wealth of HCV informational fact sheets and booklets. Monthly newsletter, The HCV Advocate.

The Hepatitis C Mentor and Support Group, Inc.

Based in New York City, HCMSG is an excellent resource for HCV support groups throughout New York, and has links to many other resources for people living with HCV.

Hepatitis Education Project

Based in Seattle, Washington, HEP provides an array of services for people in the Seattle area, but also has a host of information and resources for all people living with HCV.

Caring Ambassadors

Array of services and advocacy around HCV. They also publish Hepatitis C Choices.

Project Inform

Advocates for issues related to HIV, HCV, and health care access. Up-to-date information on
HIV and HCV care and health care reform.

Treatment Action Group

National advocacy, research, and policy think tank on HIV, hepatitis C, and tuberculosis. Fact sheets, policy papers, and annual Pipeline Report.

Test Positive Aware Network

Offers an array of services for people in the Chicago area, including free HIV and HCV testing. Publishes bi-monthly Positively Aware magazine as well as annual HIV and HCV drug guides.

National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project

Excellent website for scientific results from HIV
and HCV conferences and academic articles.

Presents high quality and accurate news coverage on the prevention and treatment of HIV, HCV, and HIV/HCV co-infection.