The Ontario Hepatitis C Teams were created by the Ministry of Health to support marginalized populations in Ontario who have or are at risk for hepatitis C. The multidisciplinary teams provide "wrap-around care", which includes:
The teams serve populations who face barriers to accessing mainstream health services. This includes:
The teams are grounded in principles of health equity, harm reduction and involvement of people with lived experience.
The Hepatitis C Teams serve members of priority populations listed above. If you are a service provider or a community organization in Ontario looking to make a referral or inquiry, please see below for the closest team to your community.
If you are a member of the general public who is looking for more information on hepatitis C, you can also visit Hepatitis C Basics from CATIE. To find other hepatitis C services in your area, visit HCV411.ca. You can also talk to your health care provider or call Telehealth Ontario.
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The Hepatitis C Teams are independent and funded by the Ministry of Health with clinical support from the University Health Network, and non-clinical education and knowledge exchange support from CATIE.