Education & training
HCCSA works with health and community organisations to deliver free education on hepatitis C and related issues to South Australians with or at risk of hepatitis C, and the health and community services workforce. Our priority populations include:
- people who inject drugs,
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people,
- people in custodial settings,
- migrant communities and people of non-English speaking backgrounds, and
Community Art allows a group of people to come together to learn about an issue or to express concerns about it through an artistic process.
A hep C peer educator is someone who is able to provide non judgemental and up to date information about hepatitis C to empower the individual to make decisions about their health.
Hep C peer educators are employed by the Hepatitis SA and have personal experiences and up to date knowledge around hepatitis C.
How're We Doing?
CNP at HepSA
Full range of free needles and syringes, plus water and filters for sale.