Community Programs


Our programs service a wide range of communities – Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI), youth, justice, and drug & alcohol.

CALD communities

Through our work with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities, LiverWELL aims to improve knowledge and access to health information and specialist support services for treatment, as well as to reduce stigma.

Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander (ATSI)

We collaborate with Aboriginal Communities to Improve access to health information about viral hepatitis and liver health for Aboriginal communities.


People in custody are at higher risk of viral hepatitis than the greater community. LiverWELL incorporating Hepatitis Victoria has been delivering programs in Victorian prisons since 1998.

Drug & Alcohol

People who use drugs can be at risk of viral hepatitis and associated health outcomes. Alcohol related liver disease is also a growing health risk among the Australian population. HEPVIC offer a number of free information sessions.


StreetShot is an interactive program open to Independent young people and Education institutions for young people to learn about risk factors for viral hepatitis and how they can keep themselves safe.

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LiverWELL acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.
We welcome people from all cultures, nationalities and religions. Being inclusive and providing equitable services is our commitment.

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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands where we work - the lands of the Woi-Wurrung Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We express our gratitude to them for their continued care and curation of these lands and waters. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.

LiverWELL observes and honours the Kulin Nation's intrinsic connection to land, sky and water, and the creator Bunjil. LiverWELL is committed to being led and informed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders on bridging health outcomes for communities and improving liver health.