Make sure you have all the latest campaign materials! Browse through the
resources on this page to help educate and spread awareness of hepatitis B!
Hep B United Logos
Show your support and use any of our logos on your website, email signatures, etc. Contact email@example.com to request assistance in adding any one of our logos to any of your local efforts!
CDC Know Hepatitis B Campaign
Click any image below to learn more about the CDC Know Hepatitis B Materials
that you can use for your local efforts. The resources come in several different
Asian languages and some can even be customized to fit your coalitions’ needs!
Hep B and Your Healthy Baby
This presentation from the CDC provides details on the Hepatitis B vaccine that an infant will receive at birth if the infant’s mother has Hepatitis B. It also includes information on how common Hepatitis B is and how it is spread. The presentation contains pictures along with written text and is available in English and Spanish. The Spanish presentation is also available as a PDF.
Hep B Healthy Baby
This presentation from the CDC explains the importance of the hepatitis B vaccine for infants when their mother has hepatitis B. The presentation is available in various Asian languages below.
Protect Your Baby Fact Sheets
These 2-page fact sheets from the CDC is for pregnant women who have Hepatitis B and explains the importance of the Hepatitis B vaccine in preventing the spread of hepatitis B to their infants. Click on the image for the colored version and the title for a black-and-white version.
Hepatitis B and Your Baby
When a Pregnant Woman Has Hepatitis B
Cultural Comic Books for Educating Asian Americans about Hepatitis B
Produced by the University of Maryland and John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, view/utilize these cautionary tales used in cultural, comic book-like photonovels that were developed to raise hepatitis B awareness among Asian Americans.
Vietnamese Chinese Korean
How to Obtain a Proclamation
1. Contact your local elected official – city, state representative, or local mayor’s office
2. Begin conversations with the elected official’s staff person about a proclamation 3-5 months in advance of your event or May Hepatitis Awareness Month
3. Offer to send sample text for the proclamation about 2 months in advance (keep it simple in a bullet point format to make it easy for the staff person to select the text they want to use)
4. Follow-up regularly with friendly emails and/or reminder calls to the staff person
You can use these sample proclamations and adapt them to fit your needs:
Sample #1: Philadelphia HBV Proclamation | Sample #2: 2012 Hepatitis B Awareness Month Proclamation
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Hep Free Hawaii (in partnership with Hawaii Dept. of Health)
- Hepatitis B educational postcards in Chuukese, Ilocano, Samoan, Tongan and Marshallese. Download postcards