Pennsylvania Department of Health has developed opportunities for Pennsylvanians to share their experiences with viral hepatitis. Please see the full message below. Access fliers to print and post in your libraries as well as a brochure and sample social media content that could be used to promote this opportunity to share experiences with hepatitis:
Flier to be printed
Social Media Flier
Stacey Mulligan, Bureau of Library Development, Library Development Advisor
Message from the PA Department of Health
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has developed several opportunities for Pennsylvanians to share their experience with viral hepatitis. Viral hepatitis is a devastating consequence of substance use disorders but is preventable and treatable. Stories will be collected via virtual group listening session, one-on-one interview, completing an online form, or leaving a voicemail at 412-258-3398 and answering four core questions. Attached, you’ll find a flyer for listening sessions, social media posts, and a brochure describing these opportunities. The stories collected will be compiled and used to illustrate how viral hepatitis affects Pennsylvanians and will be included in Pennsylvania’s Viral Hepatitis Elimination Plan.
Learn more about Hepatitis C from the Pennsylvania Department of Heath.
For program-specific questions, please contact:
Lauren Torso Orkis, DrPH
Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator | Epidemiologist
Pennsylvania Department of Health | Bureau of Epidemiology
11 Stanwix Street, Suite 410 | Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412.258.3398 | Fax: 412.565.2893