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SERVICE UPDATE

Hepatitis ACT’s Office in Turner is open from 9am Monday to Friday for contactless service delivery
Please contact us should you require any assistance in accessing services or supports.
email: info@hepatitisact.com.au or Phone (02) 6230 6344.

 

For up-to-date information on ACT Covid-19 restrictions, testing locations and exposure sites, please visit: http://covid19.act.gov.au

NSP equipment is available from Civic Health Centre, Corner Alinga and Moore Streets, Canberra City.
Phone (02) 6143 5800. Open: Monday – Friday 9:00am to 1:00pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm.

For details on other NSP Outlets, please visit https://www.directionshealth.com/needle-syringe-program/

For access to take-home Naloxone call CAHMA on (02) 6253 3643

Please note, phone calls from Telstra payphones to landlines and Australian mobile numbers are now free of charge.

NOTICE OF HEPATITIS ACT INCORPORATED ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Annual General Meeting of Hepatitis ACT AGM will be held via Zoom on Thursday 4th November 2021. The meeting will commence at 5:00pm. Please see below notice.

Attendees are encouraged to register their attendance by Zoom. For further information, please email info@hepatitisact.com.au

Hepatitis ACT is the ACT’s community hepatitis organisation. We work to help prevent hepatitis transmission in our community and reduce the impacts for people affected. This website provides information about viral hepatitis and the programs, resources and supports available to the ACT community. For information about hepatitis or any of our services, contact us.

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