Welcome to Hep B Free: Santa Clara County!
The Hep B Free: Santa Clara County is a countywide campaign to make Santa Clara County the first hepatitis-free county in the nation. The campaign is a grass roots movement made up of a coalition of health care providers, community organizations, elected officials, local government, students, and concerned citizens. The original Hep B Free campaign was launched in San Francisco in 2007 and has now been replicated around the country as a model in hepatitis B prevention.
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Sunnyvale World Multi-Cultural Day is on May 19th, 2013!
Hep B Free SCC in partnership with Silicon Sage Foundation presents World Multi-Cultural Day In Sunnyvale in an effort to celebrate the rich diversity and cultural heritages of Santa Clara County. We aim to unite for a common cause, the elimination of Hepatitis B within Santa Clara County. Are you 1 in 10? In honor of National Hepatitis Testing and Screening Day (May 19th), we will also have free screening and testing services for the first 250 people provided by our generous sponsor, O’Connor Hospital. Screening and testing services will begin promptly at 11:30am and end at 3pm in the Senior Center Orchard Pavilion Room, located on site. Join us for this unprecedented, free event on Sunday, May 19th, 2013 from 10:00am-6:00pm at the Sunnyvale Community Center located on 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. Visit our website, www.worldculturalevent.com for more information and to register.
Testing and Vaccination! It’s simple.
We encourage you and your family members to get tested at your own doctor’s office so that your doctor can properly monitor your health. If you don’t have a doctor, free or low-cost screenings are available to Santa Clara County residents at special screening events and various sites. Click here for more information!
Checkout pictures from the Hep B Free: Santa Clara County Kick Off here!
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