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Support from the HEPConnect Initiative is also enabling CEG to expand Hepatitis C screening and connect patients with appropriate care in West Virginia’s Jefferson, Morgan, and Berkeley counties. Our proven CHAMPS model is providing mobile and portable testing, outreach, counseling, harm reduction and linkage services directly to chronic substance users at high risk for Hepatitis C in order to decrease community vulnerability and improve health outcomes. By training community health workers who mirror the ethnic, cultural, and sociodemographic backgrounds of the project’s target communities, CEG aims to reach highly vulnerable populations who live in rural, remote, and mountainous areas where opioid use has skyrocketed.

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