Hep B United is working to support and leverage the success of local campaigns that are led by community-based organizations, health departments, healthcare providers, academic institutions, political leaders, businesses and thousands of students across the country.
Together these campaigns across the country are helping to raise awareness that hepatitis B is preventable and treatable. Through ongoing community-based education and screening events, these local initiatives are increasing testing, vaccination and linkage to care rates for hepatitis B, particularly among high-risk Asian American communities.
Click any state to learn more about their local coalitions. Visit the coalitions’ website for a local campaign near you and to learn more about where to get tested and vaccinated for hepatitis B, or to get involved and help make a difference in your community:
If your local campaign would like to be listed as part of Hep B United, please contact us.
HBI-DC Inducted New Members to the Leadership Circle and Honors Partners
The Hepatitis B Initiative of DC (HBI-DC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that combats hepatitis B and C in at-risk communities, inducted Dr. Jose Bordon and Dr. Loc Le to the Leadership Circle and honored nine community partners with the Partnership Award.
June 8, 2014
Our National Nonprofit Partners
- Hepatitis B Foundation
A national non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for hepatitis B and improving the lives of those affected worldwide through research, education, and patient advocacy.
- Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO)
A national association representing community health organizations dedicated to promoting advocacy, collaboration and leadership that improve the provision of healthcare services, including hepatitis B screening and care, for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific islanders.
- Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF)
APIAHF influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.
- Asian American Network for Cancer Awareness, Research and Training (AANCART)
AANCART was established in 2000 as the National Cancer Institute’s newly designated National Center for Reducing Asian American Cancer Health Disparities, which includes liver cancer due to chronic hepatitis B infection.
- Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association (APAMSA)
APAMSA is a national organization of medical and pre-medical students committed to addressing the unique health challenges of Asian and Pacific Islander American communities.
- National Task Force on Hepatitis B
An organization that brings together scientists, healthcare professionals, community-based organizations and others in an effort to eliminate the transmission of hepatitis B and to decrease health disparities among those chronically infected.
- National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable
A coalition of public, private and voluntary organizations dedicated to reducing the incidence of infection, morbidity and mortality from viral hepatitis in the United States.
- Immunization Action Coalition (IAC)
IAC works to increase immunization rates and prevent disease by creating and distributing educational materials for health professionals and the public that enhance the delivery of safe and effective immunization services.