2014 CDC FOA High Impact Prevention CBA Session
CDC RFA PS15-1502, Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Projects for Community-Based Organizations, has been published. Click this link to see the full announcement. To access the PowerPoint presentation of the High Impact Prevention (HIP) in San Francisco CBA session click this link. Click here to download the 2013 HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Annual Report. For information on […]
Testing and Linkage to Care
The following is intended for Training Coordinators at agencies providing HIV counseling and testing services in San Francisco.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a new HIV prevention method that involves HIV-negative people taking anti-HIV medications daily to help prevent HIV infection. This page contains basic information about PrEP.
HIV Prevention and Jurisdictional Plans
The San Francisco HIV Prevention Plan has been developed by the HIV Prevention Planning Council in partnership with the San Francisco Department of Public Health AIDS Office and lays out the framework for HIV prevention in San Francisco.
HIV Epidemiology Reports
The San Francisco HIV Epidemiology Section regularly collects and analyzes data about HIV in San Francisco.
Implementation Plan for Safe, Unsupervised 24/7 Needle Disposal
Promoting safe disposal of used needles and syringes is a key component of the San Francisco’s Department of Public Health (SFDPH) Community Health Equity and Promotion Branch (CHEP) funded syringe programs. All programs have a written disposal plan approved by SFDPH, including a plan for conducting street sweeps of the areas in which the Syringe […]
Syringe Access & Disposal Program Policies & Guidelines
This document outlines broad operational guidelines for the San Francisco Syringe Access and Disposal Program (referred to throughout this document as Syringe Programs or “SP”s). It is intended as a framework for organizations, whether or not they receive funding from the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), to develop detailed operational guidelines appropriate to […]