Hepatitis C
Treatment Clinics

See our list to find one close to you.

Hepatitis C
Treatment Clinics

See our list to find one close to you.

Haight Ashbury Free Clinic (HealthRIGHT 360)

HealthRIGHT 360 not only provides hepatitis C & HIV testing, counseling, and treatment, but also many other health services including dental, psychiatric, and routine checkups.

*No medical insurance needed.

Mission St. Branch:
1563 Mission St
San Francisco 94103

415-746-1940
Hours:  M: 8:45a – 7:30p and T-F: 8:45a – 5p

Clayton St. Branch
558 Clayton St
San Francisco 94117

415-746-1950
Hours:  M-F: 8:45a – 12p and 1p – 5p

Confidential hepatitis C testing and treatment are offered at the ZSFGH Liver Clinic.
1001 Potrero Ave
San Francisco, CA 94110
Building 5, 3F Suite 3D

Inquiries: 628-206-8823
Scheduling: 628-206-2406
Liver Clinic Hours: M-F: 8a – 5p
Please call for list of accepted insurance plans.
Other Services: Hepatitis C Class: Wed: 3-4p

Provides navigation services to help the vulnerable and homeless find shelter and housing as well as provide health-related outreach and care management services.

Dispatch and Outreach Call: 415-355-7401
Request Street Outreach
Dispatch – 5:30am to 10:00pm
Outreach – 6:30am to 10:00pm
Therapeutic Transport – 10:00 pm to 7:00 am
SFHOT Referral

By email:
SFHOTreferral@sfdph.org

By phone: 415-470-3201
For more resources SFHOT offers, please click here.

Tom Waddell Urgent Care Clinic

50 Lech Walesa (Ivy) Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

415-355-7400

Hours:
M-F: 8a – 6p and Sat: 8:30a – 5p
*Closed on Sundays & holidays.

Provides integrated healthcare in a trusting and respectful environment to those who identify as transgender. The TG Clinic not only treats medical issues related to gender, but also provides primary care, mental health care, and social services

230 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102

415-355-7400

Hours: Tue: 1:30p – 5p

*Please call the TG voicemail line at 415-355-7588 to make an appt.

Provides free counseling and testing if you can provide proof of income or lack of income. Check and see if your gross monthly income corresponding to your household size qualifies by checking on their website.

2339 Durant Ave
Berkeley, CA 94704

info@berkeleyfreeclinic.org
510-548-2570 (or 800-6-CLINIC)

Clinic Hours:
Clinic days and hours may vary, so be sure to check back on the official website for the most up to date schedules.

Other Bay Area (Local) Resources

End Hep C Services in SF

List of local (San Francisco-based) resources where patients can find the nearest needle exchange, treatment center, etc.

SF Hep C Testing Services List (PDF)

List of local (SF-based) hepatitis testing and vaccination services. Please click on each resource’s individual site or call their number to check for more information and availability.

Covered California

The only place to get federal premium assistance to help Californians buy brand-name health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

National Resources

National Hotline for Help and Support for Hep C: 877-HELP-4-HEP
The National Hotline offers patients referrals to experienced hepatitis C doctors for medical visits, labs, medications, and support groups.

Free Online Hepatitis Risk Assessment

A risk assessment provided by the CDC to see if you should seek hepatitis A, B, and/or C testing (viral hepatitis testing) and treatment.

Information on Health Insurance & Help for Co-payments

Medicaid & Medi-Cal

If you are UNDER THE AGE OF 65 and cannot afford health care or insurance, you can find information on Medicaid Medi-Cal

Medicare

If you ARE 65 OR OLDER and getting Social Security Disability Insurance (SSID), you can find information on Medicare

Other Health Insurance/Medical Plan Options

To find more ways to get health insurance, visit healthcare.gov

The Fair Pricing Coalition has programs that offer help with insurance co-pays for HIV and hepatitis C drugs.

Support Groups

American Liver Foundation Support Groups and More

This webpage provides state-based support group contact and information, online support groups, support for caregivers, suggested readings and brochures, among many other subgroups of patients going through various stages of hepatitis C recovery.

CDC Hep C Information

Hep C General Factsheet

This factsheet provides basic hepatitis C information including, meaning, cause, spread, symptoms and signs, who should get tested, as well as treatment and prevention recommendations.

(Spanish Version: Click Here)

Hep C and Injection Drug Use Factsheet

This factsheet provides not only basic hepatitis C information but also information on how the infection is spread and prevention methods, especially among those who inject drugs.

(Spanish Version: Click Here)

Viral Hepatitis Information for Gay and Bisexual Men

This factsheet provides general information about hepatitis A, B, and C (viral hepatitis), the severity of viral hepatitis, treatment, vaccinations, and testing, mainly for gay and bisexual men.

More Hep C Information

Hep C Information Center

The American Liver Foundation provides information on hepatitis C diagnosis, treatment, and support groups as well as an email subscription option.

Slideshow Summary of Viral Hepatitis

WebMD provides a short, picture-filled slide presentation on the symptoms, risk factors, and ways each viral hepatitis infection is spread as well as a diagnosis section and who should be tested, and what happens if you test positive.

Learn More About HIV/AIDS

STDs and HIV Factsheet

The STD and HIV Factsheet uses a question and answer format to provide information about the risks and health concerns of sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV.

HIV Basics

An overview of HIV/AIDs, including testing and prevention, how to start and stay in HIV care, and living well with HIV.

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