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2018 National Viral Hepatitis Progress Report

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The National Viral Hepatitis Progress Report provides information on seven data indicators, providing an objective way to assess progress toward achieving key viral hepatitis goals.

2019 Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Prevention and Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases (ELC)

The goal of the Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity for Prevention and Control of Emerging Infectious Diseases (ELC) program is to reduce illness and related deaths caused by a wide range of infectious disease threats. The ELC Program provides annual funding, strategic direction and technical assistance to domestic jurisdictions for core capacities in epidemiology, laboratory, and health information technology activities. In addition to strengthening core infectious disease capacities nationwide, this cooperative agreement also supports a myriad of specific infectious disease programs.

Hepatitis A Outbreak

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This is a one page visual fact sheet encouraging vaccination for people who use drugs.

Overdose Data to Action

The complex and changing nature of the opioid overdose epidemic highlights the need for an interdisciplinary, comprehensive, and cohesive public health approach. States, territories, and local partners need access to complete and timely data on prescribing, and on nonfatal and fatal drug overdoses to understand the scope, direction, and contours of the epidemic. They also need the tools and resources to then use data to inform and target their prevention and response efforts.

The ABCs of Viral Hepatitis

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Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C are three types of viral hepatitis. Learn how each hepatitis virus affects the liver differently, has different routes of transmission, and has different populations that are commonly affected.

National Harm Reduction Technical Assistance and Syringe Services Program (SSP) Monitoring and Evaluation Funding Opportunity

This three year program will strengthen the capacity and improve the performance of harm reduction programs throughout the United States; and implement a monitoring and evaluation of syringe services programs. The purpose of this project is to strengthen harm reduction programs in order to prevent infectious disease resulting from injection drug use, and improve health outcomes for people who inject drugs, including strengthening linkage to medication-assisted treatment.

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