Tag Archives: HCV Programs

Increasing Capacity to Provide Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Testing in Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs

What is the Learning Collaborative? The New York State Hepatitis C Learning Collaborative for Substance Use Disorder Treatment Programs is a two-year initiative to help programs build capacity to provide onsite HCV testing and linkage to care.  The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) launched the first cycle of the learning collaborative on April […]

Call for Innovative and Promising Practices 

Dear Partners in Elimination,   We invite you to share your innovative and promising practices that support New York State’s hepatitis C elimination efforts. Selected submissions will be invited to present during the 2024 Annual NYS Hepatitis C Elimination Progress Report Meeting, to be held virtually on May 15th, 2024.  Each presenter will provide a 10-minute oral presentation. This is your chance to highlight your […]

Innovative Hepatitis C Care and Treatment Models for People Who Inject Drugs (PWID)

Since 2019, the New York State (NYS) Department of Health AIDS Institute has funded three “innovative models” to provide HCV care and treatment located in settings accessible to PWID, including co-location at a syringe services program/drug user health hub, via mobile van, onsite at drug treatment facilities, as well as using telehealth.,,