Patient Advocacy

COPE works with each patient to identify their systemic barriers and help remove them in order to access treatment and quality care.
In addition, COPE has achieved success in advocacy through:

Patient Advocacy

Provider Education

COPE provides HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV/HCV co-infection treatment education training for medical providers (CME), patients and support staff in conjunction with St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital.

Partnering Organizations

COPE is a staple in the greater New York area and works diligently to meet the educational and testing needs of its diverse and multicultural population. We understand the fear and uncertainty that Hepatitis C testing might cause and use our many resources to meet your testing, educational and emotional needs. Our goal is to help with your transition to health and wellness.

We have partnered with hundreds of affiliates and performed more than 6,000 screenings since COPE’s inception in 2012.

If your organization, religious institution, or agency, would like COPE to conduct health screenings at your next event or community engagement, please contact us at 212-426-3895 or email: info@copehealth.org.
For all your testing needs, call on COPE.

Capacity Building

COPE provides training for providers and clients in community capacity building. This entails helping clients realize their barriers and equipping them with proper tools to conquer them. With a current focus in infectious diseases and viruses, COPE helps to implement an effective education, navigation, linkage to care and support system for clients and providers.

To receive services, contact us at (212) 426-3895 or email info@copehealth.org.

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