Hepatitis C Team

About the Hepatitis C Team

As part of the interdisciplinary Wake County Health & Humans Services – HIV/STD Community Program, the Hepatitis C Team is designed to provide a range of services to meet the unique needs of the population served. These community-based services include Hepatitis C confirmatory testing, Hepatitis C bridge counseling & case management, Hepatitis C education & harm reduction strategies, linkage to medical care for Hepatitis C treatment, enrollment in eligible community resources, and many others.

If you suspect you may be positive for Hepatitis C and/or have recently been diagnosed with Hepatitis C, Wake County Health & Humans Services is here to help! The Hepatitis C team offers the free services of a Clinical Social Worker/Bridge Counselor who will help you navigate the process, from getting connected to a treating provider all the way through to achieving a cure. A Bridge Counselor is a short-term case manager for clients who are diagnosed with Hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C Team – Contact:

Name Email Address Phone Number
Juliana Crandall juliana.crandall@wake.gov 919-665-7250
Consuelo Gardner, MSW, LCSW




Hepatitis C Services

Hepatitis C Bridge Counseling Services

Hepatitis C Clinical Social Worker/Bridge Counselors will:

  • Discuss concerns and questions about Hepatitis C
  • Provide comprehensive education about Hepatitis C disease progression and treatment options
  • Provide harm reduction education and information about community resources
  • Assist with enrollment in Financial Assistance programs
  • Assist clients in finding a suitable Hepatitis C health care provider and coordinate linkage to care
    • Bridge Counselors are available to accompany a client to Hep C provider appointments
  • Address other needs clients may have, such as (but not limited to):
    • Transportation
    • Housing insecurity
    • Food insecurity
    • Medical coverage for un- or underinsured
    • Referral for primary care
    • Substance use services/resources
    • Resources to address mental health concerns

Hepatitis C treatment is accessible to all who need it, despite financial or health insurance status.

Hepatitis C Clinical Services

At Wake County Health & Human Services, we understand every patient’s needs are different and offer an individualized approach to patient care. Our Hepatitis C medical provider delivers high-quality medical care on-site and through our network of partners.

Hepatitis C Treatment Clinic (Clinic A): 

Appointments for the Hepatitis C (Clinic) are by referral only through the Hep C Program.

  • Address: 10 Sunnybrook Road, Raleigh 27610
  • Clinic Hours: Only operating the 1st Thursday of every month from 8:30am – 3:00pm 
  • Medical Provider: Elizabeth Moore PhD, FNP-BC, ACRN

Additional Resources

These resources provide a brief overview of the work being done over the years by the WCHHS – Hep C program to address Hepatitis C in our community. Also included is additional educational material on Hepatitis C.

Hep C Infographic from UBC
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