Free, Confidential Hep C and HIV Screenings

If you live in the Denver metro area and would like to receive free, confidential hepatitis C and HIV screenings, contact our HelpLine at 1-800-522-4372 to schedule a test. If you live outside the metro area, we can refer you to a testing location. 

Why should I get tested?

Knowing your status is important so you can protect and make the best decisions for your health. The CDC Recommends everyone is tested for hepatitis C at least once in their lifetime. 

What puts me at risk for hepatitis C?

  • You were born between 1945 and 1965

  • Injected or snorted drugs, even once

  • Received a tattoo outside of a licensed setting

  • Had sexual contact with someone who is hepatitis C positive

  • Received blood products before 1992 or outside the U.S.

  • Have ever been on hemodialysis

  • Are a veteran, especially of the Vietnam war

  • Are a healthcare worker or first responder. 

How long does the screening take?

Twenty minutes


Do I have to get my blood drawn?

The antibody screening is a simple finger stick test. 

What happens if I test positive?

If you test positive for hepatitis C, we can provide patient navigation services and support to help link to medical care and treatment. 

Testing Event Calendar

Liver Health Connection regularly provides free hepatitis C testing at numerous health fairs and community events throughout the year. Our events are currently postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But in the future you can go to our calendar to find upcoming testing events.

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