"Making a difference in someone's life."
NOTE: The KCHA Network Clinic for 2/21/2013 has been cancelled due to inclement weather.
The mission of the Kansas City Hepatitis Alliance is to be a resource that provides education, awareness and support to the Greater Kansas City Community.
KCHA conducts free Hepatitis Network Clinics every month. Clinics are available to patients, family, friends, care givers and anyone else interested in seeking information about hepatitis. To find out more, please visit the KCHA Services page or check out the calendar listing to the right.
KCHA welcomes Andrea Neff, Treatment Educator for Vertex Pharmaceuticals, to its Hepatitis Network Clinics on February 16th and March 1, 2012. The planned topics for these two meetings are
Hepatitis 101 (February 16th) and Side Effect Management (March 1st).
KCHA also provides:
- Referral Services
- Support Resources
- Information Classes
- Community Outreach Programs
Occasionally, KCHA organizes or participates in educational and community events - for up to date information, please check the KCHA Events page.
HistoryThe Kansas City Hepatitis Alliance started in June of 2006 with a group of volunteer professional health care providers and was approved as a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization in 2007. One of our first goals was to start a much needed Hepatitis support group which was initiated in September of 2006. To learn more about KCHA, our by-laws and non-profit status, visit the About KCHA page.
Open to Everyone
Click on Services for additional information, including meeting times and location.