The Philadelphia Department of Public Health developed an online toolkit to learn about hepatitis and how to access care.

  • Quick Facts
  • What is Hepatitis?
  • Next Steps
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • Support and Care
    • Find Care
  • Get Involved

Try it out at

Visit Support and Care to find a nearby provider.

Learn about insurance basics in Pennsylvania at

Find out if you are eligible for Medicaid and apply online with the Pennsylvania COMPASS website.


Apply in person at one of Philadelphia’s County Assistance Offices:

Join HepCAP!

Come to a meeting, learn what is happening in the community, or attend a local event

Get Help-4-Hep

Help‑4‑Hep is a non-profit, peer-to-peer helpline where counselors work with patients to meet the challenges of hepatitis C head-on. Callers talk one-to-one with a real person, typically someone who’s had hepatitis C touch their own life. And they talk about the specifics of their particular situation. The phone call, support and information are all provided free of charge.

The Philadelphia Linkage Program (PLP) serves people living with HIV while they are incarcerated and continues through their release from the Philadelphia Department of Prisons. Their Medical Case Managers connect clients to healthcare, community resources, social support programs, and HIV education as they transition from jail back into the community. Find more information here:

World Hepatitis Day – Eliminate Hepatitis

#ShowYourFace to eliminate hepatitis.

The World Health Organization’s story telling campaign:

Contact the Hepatitis C CareLine: 

Patient Advocate Foundation’s Hepatitis C CareLine is a patient/provider hotline designed to provide assistance to patients who have been diagnosed with Hepatitis C and are seeking education and access to care. Click the options below for more detailed information.