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Hepatitis C Anonymous is a 501(c)(3) public charity.
We need volunteers. We need a webmaster, literature and
graphics designer, grant writer, communications coordinator, and a
team of committed individuals. As we receive more funding
many of these volunteer positions will become paid services (work
out of your home office). Join our team--volunteer.
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1000's of people on conventional medication and/or alternative
and holistic treatment. We have up to 600 people a day visit our bulletin
have meeting starter packs for your already existing HCV meetings
including: HCV Anonymous Work Books, Meeting Guidelines, Meeting
Formats, Literature Packs, (in the future we will have Newcomer Chips, and all
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support Hepatitis C Anonymous.
learn more about our book click here.
HCV Anonymous Positive Attitudes Workbooks are $19.00 each (which
includes shipping and handling). 100% of all book sale
proceeds goes to HCV Anonymous.
To order send a check or money order for $19.00 made out to HCV
Anonymous, Inc. Send it to:
HCV Anonymous, Inc.
129 W. Canada
San Clemente, Ca. 92672
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We opened our website in February of 2002. Our first year
we had over 150,000 visitors. We now get over 20,000
visitors (not hits) a month! Come on in and join our online
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The Joy of Sharing
"Life will take on new meaning. To watch people recover, to see
them help others, to watch loneliness vanish, to see a fellowship
grow up about you, to have a host of friends -- this is an
experience you must not miss. We know you will not want to miss
it. Frequent contact with newcomers and with each other is the
bright spot of our lives."
c.1976, Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 89
From "The Keys of the Kingdom:"
"Working together, sharing our experiences with one another, and
also sharing a mutual trust, understanding and love--without
strings, without obligation--we acquire relationships that are
unique and priceless."
c. 1976, Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 312
In Memory of
Bill Wilson &
The Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous.