about us


To maximize the health and wellness of all Allegheny County residents living with and at risk for hepatitis C by expanding prevention, harm reduction, education, testing, and timely access to care and treatment. 


Hep C Free Allegheny envisions a county where new hepatitis C infections are rare and quickly identified, and people with hepatitis C are rapidly linked to care and treated, reducing hepatitis C related inequities. 




We believe in health justice, recognizing that discrimination and stigma have contributed to the current hepatitis C epidemic we face. We believe that all people deserve access to testing and treatment.


We approach hepatitis C as an intersectional issue, recognizing that the opioid, HIV, and hepatitis epidemics are closely intertwined. We are a multi-sectoral effort, involving people from many disciplines and empowering people living with or at risk for hepatitis C to have a meaningful role in our work. 


We address issues of equity through education and awareness, as well by changing our policies and structures to remove obstacles to hepatitis C prevention and care. 

Evidence Based

We recognize harm reduction as an evidenced-based practice to reduce hepatitis C. We use data to drive our decision-making, and to evaluate our progress toward eliminating hepatitis C, including reducing hepatitis C related inequities. 


Full strategic plan coming soon!

Adagio Health

Allegheny County Medical Society

Allegheny Health Network, Center for Inclusion Health

Allegheny County Health Department

Allies for Health + Wellbeing

ARS Treatment Centers

Coordinated Care Network

Central Outreach

City of Pittsburgh EMS

Community Liver Alliance

Gateway Rehab

Metro Community Health Center

Prevention Point Pittsburgh

UPMC Adolescent & Young Adult Medicine

member organizations