Hepatitis C is
difficult to understand, and there are LOTS of "experts" out there who are more
than willing to take advantage of the uninformed. Please feel free to call our National Support Line
for more detailed and personal attention related to hepatitis C (number listed
The folks who keep the NHCC in operation are
unique people. ALL are volunteers who help fund our daily operations, tend to
our telephone support lines, attend health fairs, and do just about anything
necessary to help the NHCC continue to operate. These folks are required to have
extensive and personal hepatitis C experience behind them before speaking to
patients or family members about the disease, but this is just so we can make
sure that what's shared is honest, trustworthy, and that our reputation remains
stellar and accurate as always.
Times are difficult for most folks and money is
tight. However, we too have significant expenses just keeping the NHCC in
operation, and this is why it's so important that we reach out to good people
like yourselves who will help us remain active for the "cause".
Please remember us in your prayers as well as
with your financial contributions, and we promise that we'll do our very best to
be here when you need us!
The NHCC is a 501(c)3 charitable
Financial donation are tax-deductible.
We thank you for
visiting our website and we hope you'll come back often. Our Guest book is a record of
special folks like you who come to our website and we hope you'll
leave us a brief message relating to your visits.
PLEASE NOTE: This
Guestbook is not a message
board for treatment discussions or personal histories (postings that "sound" like
they're from a sales rep of any kind will be removed).
also not a
place to post messages in search of long lost friends, nor is
it for promoting your website, support group,
or anything else.
If you're merely wanting to chat
with other patients who have the disease, please use our
The room is always open, and on Thursday evenings
(except during summer months)
we host chats for those who want to learn more about the disease and how to live
ALSO NOTE: All posted entries are visible to the general public so for your protection, email addresses and
last names will NOT be posted.
If you need to speak to a
patient or family member privately, please call our National HepLine
messages that fit within the guidelines as explained above will post to the
Guestbook. Please allow a minimum
of 24 to 48 hours for yours to appear on the page.
that don't display after 48 hours have most likely been deemed inappropriate and
we don't have the time to write detailed explanations why. If
this is the case with yours, please reread the guidelines above and we thank you
for not writing to ask about it. Any such inquiries will merely be ignored.