Hepatitis C Virus Care

You are at a Greater Risk for Hep C Than You Think

We’re here for testing and treatment.

It is estimated that 3.2 million Americans are chronically infected with Hepatitis C

More people die from HCV today than of HIV and 59 other infection diseases combined

Approximately 2% of Rhode Islanders have ever been infected with HCV. Of that 2%, 80% are at risk of developing chronic disease

Hepatitis C cases are increasing in the United States, particularly among young adults. If left untreated, Hep C can lead to severe health complications. The good news is that Hep C can be cured within 8-12 weeks if caught early and treated with antiviral medication.

You do not need to be a primary care patient to utilize our STI screening and treatment services.

What you need to know about Hepatitis C:

  • Hepatitis C is spread through direct contact with the blood of someone who is infected or through sex

  • Testing is the only way to know if you are infected

  • It is recommended that all adults and pregnant women get tested for Hep C.

  • People with ongoing risk factors should be tested regularly for Hep C.

  • There are currently no vaccines against Hep C

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We Offer:

  • Primary Care
  • Gender Affirming Care
  • Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Preventive HIV Care
  • HIV Care and Treatment
  • Youth Services

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