Hep C Connection offers a helpline to answer your questions regarding hepatitis C (HCV).  You can expect respect, patience & understanding, in clear, jargon-free language from our staff & volunteers.  Call 1-800-522-HEPC (4372) today!



Hep C Connection offers FREE hepatitis C antibody screening to anyone who:

  1. Was born between 1945 and 1965.
  2. Has ever injected drugs - even once!  Ever!
  3. Received blood or blood products before 1992.
  4. Has or had a hepatitis C positive sexual partner.

Call 1-800-522-HEPC to schedule your testing appointment at our office:
1325 S. Colorado Boulevard, Suite B-302
Denver, CO 80222

These sites in Colorado also offer free testing for risk factors 2, 3, & 4 listed above:


Addiction Research and Treatment Services (ARTS)
Aurora: (303) 355-1014

Boulder County Public Health
Boulder: (303) 413-7522

Colorado AIDS Project
Denver: (303) 837-0166 ext. 492

Denver Health
Denver (walk-ins only)

Harm Reduction Action Center
Denver: (303) 572-7800

Empowerment Program
Denver: (303) 320-1989

Jefferson County Health Department
Lakewood: (303) 239-7078 

Mesa County Health Department
Grand Junction: (970) 248-6909

Northern Colorado AIDS Project
Fort Collins: (970) 484-4469 ext. 20

Sisters of Color United for Education
Denver: (303) 447-8800

Summit Community Care Clinic
Frisco: (970) 668-4040


Tri-County Health Department*
Aurora, Northglenn, Englewood, and Denver

303-363-3018 x6

*Offers testing to anyone that identifies with any one of  the above 1-4 eligibility criteria as well as to any person with a tattoo/piercing that was done in prison or jail.


West Colorado AIDS Project
Grand Junction: (970) 243-2437

Urban Peak Denver
Denver: (303) 974-2906

Garfield County Public Health
Glenwood Springs: (970) 945-6614

Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurses Association
Steamboat Springs: (970) 879-1632





Hep C Connection is a proud partner of The Support Partnership.

877-HELP-4-HEP (877-435-7443).

 For more information, visit www.help4hep.org.




















Did you know that joining a group can:


1.  Instill a sense of hope and optimism

2.  Help you recognize that others share similar concerns (You are not alone)


3.  Provide reliable and current information

4.  Provide socialization and positive role models

5.  Allow for catharsis: expression and acceptance of feelings

6.  Help you to accept responsibility for your own choices and behavior

7.  Supply opportunities for problem solving

8.  Give you a chance to help someone else

9.  Can save your marriage/friendships by giving you someplace else to unload



A support group is not a gripe session, a gossip time or a pity party; 
group therapy or a substitute for professional counseling; 
or a solution to all the difficulties you are experiencing in your life
















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Denver Business Journal's Healthiest Employers Expo 

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National African American Hepatitis C Action Day


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World Hepatitis Day



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