Help4HepBC 1-888-411-7578

Launched May 15, 2017 Help4Hep BC is a peer-to-peer helpline where peer navigators work with callers – people living with hep C, family, friends, health care providers, counsellors and other supports – to meet the challenges of hepatitis C head-on. Callers talk one-to-one with a real person (most often someone who’s had hepatitis C themselves) about the specifics of their particular situation. The phone call, support and information are all provided free of charge.

While currently a BC-specific service, the helpline can provide limited support to those living in the rest of Canada.

Please call Help4HepBC anytime at 1 888 411 7578. If a peer navigator isn’t available, you can leave a message. Your information is confidential.

Help4hepBC website:

Chee Mamuk (Aboriginal Health) Hepatitis C Booklet

In March, five Aboriginal people from across BC gathered to share

their stories about their journey with Hepatitis C. This resource captures

their stories and teachings in their own words.

Chee Mamuk resource page

Honouring Our Voices PDF


Gastrointestinal Society’s Hepatitis C Video

Gastrointestinal Society webpage (about hepatitis C)

CTAC’s booklet about hepatitis C for Pakistani newcomers

Not Just in Pakistan: Hepatitis C is a Global Disease  (Urdu) (English)