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Educational Programs

One of the most powerful ways of maintaining liver health and preventing liver disease is education. Many forms of liver disease are preventable, and many more can be cured if detected early. Yet tens of thousands of people in the U.S. are living with liver disease and don’t even know it. That’s why education about liver wellness and disease prevention is as the heart of everything we do. We implement a wide range of educational programs. We can present our Educational Programs at colleges, companies, churches, Rotary, Lions Clubs and more.


Liver Wellness Education Program

General awareness about your liver, its functions, and different liver diseases. Places include; corporations, houses or worship, and community organizations.


Viral Hepatitis: Treatment Choices Initiative

TCI is an education program targeted to individuals who have or at high risk of hepatitis C infection. The program educates about the liver, liver disease, specifically Hepatitis C, treatment options, and other disease management strategies.

TCI programs are conducted at Community based organizations that serve individuals with or at high risk of Hepatitis C infections. Places include; hospitals, clinics, veterans’ organizations, drug treatment facilities, homeless shelters, and drop in centers.


Love Your Liver

It is the American Liver Foundation’s goal that after participating in the Love Your Liver Program, people will have a greater awareness and understanding of the liver’s importance and will take action to maximize their liver health and prevent the spread of liver disease. Also, it is our hope that people will share their knowledge with family and friends and play an active role in impacting the liver health of those around them.


To Learn more about our programs, please contact us at 215-425-8080 or iallison@liverfoundation.org.


Upcoming Programs


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