Have Hep C? Get Cured Your Way!

Need PrEP or PEP? Get Safe Your Way!

Our Easy Hep C Treatment Process

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Need PrEP or PEP?
We deliver treatment to you!

VEN Centers offer Arizona residents PrEP or PEP to anyone who needs it. We’ll work together virtually to develop a treatment plan and deliver medications to you.

Treatment and Prevention Options

Trust VEN Centers for personalized, compassionate care tailored to your needs.

VEN Centers provide treatment or prevention options for the following viral diseases:

Hepatitis C


Hepatitis B

“Hepatitis C is curable in more than 95% of cases. People who test positive for hepatitis C should be treated with direct-acting antiviral (DAA) medication. Timely treatment is important to prevent liver damage and further spread.”

– Centers for Disease Control (CDC.gov)

It All Starts with a Test

Our treatment process is simple and available to everyone, whether you have insurance or not.

  • Step 1: Make an appointment to get tested.
  • Step 2: Provide a blood sample in one of our clinics or from the comfort of your own home.
  • Step 3: Meet with a provider to create your treatment plan if you receive a positive test.
  • Step 4: Live a healthier, happier life!

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What Are VEN Centers?

VEN Centers specialize in diagnosing and treating people with viral Hepatitis and preventing HIV. Founded by the experts who developed Arizona Liver Health clinics, VEN Centers deliver safe and effective viral treatment directly to patients through virtual telemedicine visits, mobile phlebotomy, in-person appointments, and home medication delivery.

Get Cured Your Way!

Our providers have decades of experience treating liver and infectious diseases.

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I’ve tried to get a cure for my hep C for 16 years. I never felt safe getting help. I found VEN and I’m finally getting cured for good thanks to them.

Mila B.

I didn’t know I had hepatitis C. I was scared until the VEN people told me how I could be cured quick and easy. Now I’m heathy and have no more hepatitis C.

John H.

I haven’t had a place to live but found the VEN Center who helped me get meds to get cured of hep C. They also gave me food and supplies and were nice and helped me learn about how to get healthier.

Ron J.


Rapid antibody screens for HCV are offered free of charge, they only require a finger stick, and you will have your results in less than 20 minutes. These tests are available at our community testing sites.

If someone is known to have been exposed to HCV, blood draws are necessary to confirm the active virus. While insurance is billed for a blood draw, there is NO out of pocket cost to individuals with Medicaid, a little to NO cost for those with other insurances. If a patient does not have insurance, our team will assist in identifying coverage.

For anyone that finds it difficult to make it to one of our clinics or testing locations, it is possible to arrange services that can come directly to you.

If you do not have insurance, our team will help enroll you in available services. For anyone that doesn’t qualify for state or federal insurance programs, or is found to have high insurance copays, our team will assist with identifying any available funding assistance opportunities to ensure that everyone has access to treatment.

Due to our ability to come to you and offer virtual visit options, VEN does not directly offer transportation services. However, our team can assist with identifying and assisting with transportation for extenuating care or treatment circumstances.

Absolutely! From our disease specific providers to our case management team, we offer virtual options for consultation, care, and treatment.

Depending on your circumstances and what works best for you, you can get tested directly in our clinics, at one of our community testing sites, or arrange for a VEN staff member to come to you.

Often there are NO symptoms until your liver has experienced significant damage. This is why it is so important to be educated regarding prevention and get tested when indicated.

If symptoms do develop here are a few of the common ones:

  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Joint pain
  • Nausea/Vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Abdominal or belly pain
  • Dark urine
  • Gray colored bowel movements
  • Yellowing of the eyes or skin

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