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Homeless programs
Harm reduction
STD/HIV clinics
Adult corrections facilities

 
H.O.P.E. (Louisville, KY)
Program name: H.O.P.E. (Louisville, KY) 
Population served: Persons who are homeless, have HCV, are in corrections, etc.
Eligibility: Anyone with an inability to pay for diagnosis and treatment of HCV
Region served: Midwest
Funding: Private donations/corporate charity
Program started: 1998
Number of clients: 200
Contact: Lori Bond
Hepatitis C Treatment Centers, Inc.
15006 Copperhill Way
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone: (502) 254-3972
Fax: (502) 254-7222
Email: loribond@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.hepatitisdoctor.com/ 
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Description:
We try to fill the gap where state support and private funding leave HCV patients with health care needs hanging. Clients are given a free hepatitis A, B, and C screening. Individuals who test negative and who are indigent, are eligible for hepatitis A and/or hepatitis B vaccination at the health department for $5.00. Persons who test positive for hepatitis C are given access to full assessment and therapy where appropriate regardless of financial means.

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