We work to bring positive change to every corner of our community.
We champion change.
Our mission is to increase awareness and education about hepatitis B within the community and among health care providers, to improve the standards of care around affordable testing and vaccination following CDC recommendations and California law, and provide linkage to care for chronically affected individuals.
The SF Hep B Free Campaign puts the San Francisco Bay Area at the forefront of the nation in fighting chronic hepatitis B. It is the largest, most intensive healthcare campaign for Asian and Pacific Islanders in the U.S.
We advocate, we achieve
San Francisco Hep B Free - Bay Area supports local, state, and national advocacy efforts to increase awareness of hepatitis B among Asian and Pacific Islander (API) adults, to promote routine hepatitis B testing and vaccination and to ensure access to treatment for the chronically infected individuals. We encourage you to take action and advocate in support of our campaign objectives.
We're making a difference.
SF Hep B Free has received national attention and is being looked to as a model by the California legislature. Former mayor and now Governor Gavin Newsom and former assemblywoman and now State Treasurer Fiona Ma have lead the effort with more than 50 healthcare and Asian Pacific Islander (API) organizations. The SF Board of Supervisors and SF Health Commission have passed unanimous resolutions supporting SF Hep B Free.
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Explore these invaluable partners and resources that are driving positive change in the fight against Hepatitis B. From local support to global collaboration, these organizations and alliances provide essential information, guidelines, and advocacy efforts that contribute to a healthier future for all.