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Peer-led education is an effective way to provide information and education to communities through people they can understand and relate to.

Hepatitis C treatment peer educators all have personal experience and current knowledge about hepatitis C and related issues. They prioritise assisting individuals in accessing treatment, but also provide information on other topics like prevention and living with hepatitis C.

Our peer educators will usually visit a host agency for two to three hours, providing information through informal one-on-one conversations. In some settings, peer educators may instead facilitate a group where they exchange information and experiences.

Peer educators visit each service weekly, fortnightly or a few times a month depending upon the service’s needs.

Regular sessions

Hutt St Day Centre
258 Hutt Street
Wednesday mornings
Fibroscan clinic - 3rd Wednesday of each month
WestCare Centre
216 Wright Street
Thursday mornings
Fibroscan clinic - 3rd Thursday of each month

Hosting a hepatitis C treatment peer educator

If you’re interested in hosting a hepatitis C treatment peer educator at your organisation or event, contact Lisa on (08) 8362 8443 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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