Work at HEP

Full-time HEP employees enjoy competitive salaries, 100% employer paid health insurance for employees, generous PTO, employer matched 401K, $1000 per year to be used towards professional development, among other benefits.

Volunteer with HEP

Due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, HEP does not currently have any in-person volunteer opportunities. We hope to welcome volunteers back into our space soon. Please check back for future opportunities or complete the volunteer interest form below.  

Practicum Students

HEP has accepted practicum students in the areas of nursing, social work, and public health. For current opportunities, please check with your school’s practicum program, or reach out to hepinfo@hepeducation.org if we are not a current site for your program.

Due to the size of our organization and the availability of preceptors on staff, we are limited in the number of practicum students we can host each year.  

Board Members

HEP’s board plays an integral role in the management of HEP including supporting fiscal responsibility, strategic planning, fundraising, and overall agency direction. The board is currently recruiting new board members with experience and expertise in these areas and with lived experience with viral hepatitis or drug use. If interested, please email our Director of Operations, amber@hepeducation.org, who can answer questions and provide you with application materials.

Collaborations with Mutual Aid

If you are Mutual Aid organization conducting harm reduction outreach and would like to collaborate, please complete the mutual aid request form in our program page.

Donate

Prevention. Compassion. Advocacy.

We are the only organization in Washington State dedicated explicitly to the prevention, treatment, and elimination of viral hepatitis.

Your tax-deductible support of HEP helps us reach those most in need of compassionate harm reduction and viral hepatitis care coordination services in Seattle, while advocating for a coordinated response to eliminate viral hepatitis in Washington State. Many of our services are not billable to insurance or otherwise not funded by grants due to the ongoing federal restrictions on funding for syringe services and sterile injection supplies.

Contact Us

The Hepatitis Education Project is a place for patients, family members, friends, social service providers and anyone who has questions about viral hepatitis.
Phone: (206) 732-0311