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San Francisco Hep B Free Campaign

San Francisco Hep B Free is a citywide campaign that seeks to turn San Francisco into the first hepatitis B free city in the nation. This campaign provides free and low-cost hepatitis B testing and vaccinations to Asian and Pacific Islander (API) adults at locations throughout San Francisco. The three objectives of the SF Hep B Free campaign are: (1) to create public and healthcare provider awareness about the importance of testing & vaccinating APIs for hepatitis B, (2) to promote routine hepatitis B testing and vaccination within the primary care medical community, (3) to ensure access to treatment for chronically infected individuals.

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Web site
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Project Coordinator
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Organization Name:
San Francisco Hep B Free
Campaign Objectives:
Building Followership/Partnerships
Reducing Rate of Infection
Reducing Stigma
Raising Awareness
Changing Attitudes
Increasing Testing
Increasing Education
Increasing Conversations/Dialogues
Increasing Access to Care
Expanding Knowledge
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In-kind donations
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Focus Area:
Viral Hepatitis
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