Resources > Education > Hepatitis Peer Health Education Tools > Hepatitis Education Poster Series

As part of the Centerforce Peer Health Education Program, peer health educators and Centerforce staff developed a series of hepatitis educational posters designed for people who are incarcerated. Each poster includes a hepatitis prevention message that helps educate people about the prevalence and effects of hepatitis, dispel common myths about hepatitis or addresses relevant methods of transmission of hepatitis in a prison setting.

These posters were originally created with point of contact information specific to Centerforce’s peer health education program.  The attached versions of the posters include a blank space for users to insert their own program contact information. Please contact us using the Email us form on the Contact page of our website if you have any questions regarding the posters, or if you would like help adapting these posters to your specific location and setting.

Poster 1: HCV Prevalence in Prisons and Promotion of Testing

Poster 1-1 for Men in CA Prisons, in English

Poster 1-2 for Women in CA Prisons, in English

Poster 1-3 for Women in CA Prisons, in Spanish

Poster 1-4 for Men in TX Prisons, in English

Poster 2: Did You Know – Facts About HCV Prevalence and Effects

Poster 2-1 for Women in Incarcerated Settings, English

Poster 2-2 for Men in Incarcerated Settings, English

Poster 3: Stop Signs on the Risky Road to Hepatitis

Poster 3 for Men or Women, in English

Poster 4: Common Myths about HCV in Incarcerated Settings X-d Out

Poster 4-1 for Men in Incarcerated Settings, in English

Poster 4-2 for Women in Incarcerated Settings, in English