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Hepatitis SA provides confidential support for people affected by viral hepatitis, including a telephone information and support line, face-to-face information sessions and regular support groups at Port Adelaide and Hackney.


Hepatitis SA provides up-to-date, accurate information on hepatitis B and hepatitis C:


Do you come across clients with hepatitis B or C in your work?
Do you think your community or the community you work with, may be at risk of hepatitis B or C?

Hepatitis SA delivers free hepatitis B and hepatitis C education to South Australians who:

  • come from communities at risk of viral hepatitis
  • work with people affected by hepatitis and related issues
  • come from, or work with, communities from regions of high hepatitis B prevalence
  • want to know more about their duty of care as an employer regarding hepatitis
  • wish to raise the awareness of hepatitis in their communities such as sporting clubs and workplaces

Our educators have up-to-date knowledge about hepatitis, testing, treatment options and related issues. Our teams also include peer educators who have personal experiences relevant to their client groups.


Hepatitis SA runs four Clean Needle Program (CNP) sites at Hackney, Noarlunga, Port Adelaide, and Salisbury, as well as a syringe vending machine at Hackney. Our CNP Peers also attend rostered sessions at other sites at various times during the week.


Hepatitis SA runs free liver health assessments at a number of sites in the Adelaide metro area. Liver health assessments only take 15-30 minutes and will tell you how much scarring your liver has, as well as what the results mean.

Useful services and contacts from organisations other than Hepatitis SA.

A list of hospital and community-based liver clinics in South Australia.

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