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Blood Borne Virus Program

The role of the AHCSA Blood Borne Virus (BBV) Program Coordinator is to support the AHCSA member services with BBV prevention and management. This program aims to strengthen the pathways into treatment for hepatitis B and C for the BBV and increase access to Clean Needle Programs (CNP) for Aboriginal people who inject drugs.

Apart of the BBV program, AHCSA is supporting the expansion of new CNP sites, particularly in rural area as well as continuing to deliver education to Aboriginal communities about the Blood Borne Virus.

The implementation of this education is developed and distributed through Health Promotion Resources, which in turn strengthens the coordination of BBV services for Aboriginal people across South Australia.

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