Download only This fact sheet highlights the extent of hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV among American Indians and Alaska Natives. It reviews the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for each condition, as well as describes who should get tested for HCV and HIV, and how often. Publication ID PEP15-HVCHIV-AIAN Publication Date February 2015 Format Fact Sheet Download Hepatitis C/HIV in Native American Populations PDF 624.2 KB Find Related Information You May Also Be Interested In TIP 37: Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons With HIV/AIDS This manual helps clinicians improve care for people living with HIV/AIDS and substance use disorder conditions. It discusses prevention, assessment, and treatment of HIV/AIDS. The manual also examines mental illness, integrated services, case management, counseling, ethical and legal issues, and funding sources. The Next Step Toward a Better Life This brochure describes the stages of recovery from alcohol and drug misuse, and what to expect after leaving detoxification services. It offers guidance on adjusting to sobriety, and long-term recovery. The brochure also discusses legal issues, and lists resources. Advisory: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Substance Use Disorders This advisory discusses the interaction between obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and substance use disorder. It provides clinicians with an overview of screening and evidence-based treatments for OCD. Take Action Against Hepatitis C This comic book presents basic information about hepatitis C for people living with mental illness or substance use disorders. It uses plain language and a simple cartoon style to explain what hepatitis C is, how to avoid it, the screening process, and treatment options. Advisory: Hepatitis C Screening in the Behavioral Healthcare Setting This advisory provides information about screening for Hepatitis C. It defines Hepatitis C and discusses its prevalence and transmission. The advisory also describes methods for treatment, testing, and counseling. Advisory: Adults With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorders This advisory defines attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults, and explains interactions with substance use disorders.