The first step to protecting your health and the health of those you love, is getting well informed. Hepatitis C is difficult to contract but can affect anybody. You can always call our helpline if you are struggling to find the information you need or understand what you need to about the virus, your liver, or accessing NHS testing or treatment.

Our helpline is staffed by patients who have all had hepatitis C. They can be reached on 020 7089 6221 (10.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday). Alternatively, you can email and we can offer our support and answer any questions you may have.


Just diagnosed

What you need to know if you have tested positive for hepatitis C.

Risk factors

What are the risk factors for contracting hepatitis C?

About the hepatitis C virus

Hepatitis C is a blood-borne virus that primarily infects the cells of the liver.

Hepatitis C and the liver

Hepatitis C primarily damages the liver.

Living with hepatitis C

Hepatitis C can be a challenge but it doesn't have to limit you.

Symptoms of hepatitis C

Hepatitis C can have different symptoms during the acute and chronic phase.


These are the tests you will have to see if you hepatitis C or to see how it may have affected you.


Treatment is available for hepatitis C.