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With cures in hand, a major city tries to eliminate hepatitis C — and build a model for others With cures in hand, a major city tries to eliminate hepatitis C — and build a model for others
With cures in hand, a major city tries to eliminate hepatitis C — and build a model for others
“Tales from the Cured”: Ending Hepatitis C in San Francisco “Tales from the Cured”: Ending Hepatitis C in San Francisco
“Tales from the Cured”: Ending Hepatitis C in San Francisco
San Francisco HCV Prevalence estimate San Francisco HCV Prevalence estimate
San Francisco HCV Prevalence estimate
Strategic Plan- EndHepCSF Strategic Plan- EndHepCSF
Strategic Plan- EndHepCSF
The Bay Area Reporter – “13,000 San Franciscans have hep C” The Bay Area Reporter – “13,000 San Franciscans have hep C”
The Bay Area Reporter – “13,000 San Franciscans have hep C”

Our Vision

End Hep C SF envisions a San Francisco where hepatitis C is no longer a public health threat, and hepatitis C related health inequities have been eliminated.

Mission Statement

To support all San Franciscans living with, and at risk for, hepatitis C to maximize their health and wellness. We achieve this through prevention, education, testing, treatment, and linkage to reduce morbidity and mortality related to hepatitis C.

Our Community Partners

HCV Elimination

End Hep C SF is a multi-sector collective impact* initiative that utilizes evidence-based practices, community wisdom, and the creative leveraging of resources to work toward hepatitis C elimination in San Francisco.

San Francisco has a history of innovative and ambitious public health efforts.  End Hep C SF emerges from that history to tackle an epidemic that kills more Americans than the deaths from sixty other reportable infectious diseases, including HIV, pneumococcal disease, and tuberculosis, combined.

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HCV Awareness Campaign

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*Collective Impact is a framework to tackle deeply entrenched and complex social problems. It is an innovative and structured approach to making collaboration work across government, business, philanthropy, non-profit organizations and citizens to achieve significant and lasting social change.