The Healthy Penis Campaign Begins in May to November 2013

Over 85% of all new infections of HIV and Syphilis in San Francisco are among gay men. What is known is that once someone learns that they have HIV/STDs, they are much less likely to pass it on. Therefore, increased HIV/STD testing will lead to fewer new infections. Also, when people learn that they have …

LINCS (Linkage, Integration, Navigation, and Comprehensive Services)

LINCS (Linkage, Integration, Navigation, and Comprehensive Services) provides coordinated comprehensive Linkage to care, navigation and partner services for HIV-positive people living in San Francisco. If you working with a person who recently tested positive for HIV ¬†and could benefit from partner services and/or linkage to care, please contact LINCS staff at 415.487.5506. If you are …

Current Council & Work Groups

2016 Executive Committee The Executive Committee is responsible for setting the priorities and agenda for the HIV Prevention Planning Council meetings. View 2016 Executive CommitteeMeetings 2016 Full Council This year the HIV Prevention Planning Council (HPPC) and the HIV Health Services Planning Council (HHSPC) are expected to become fully integrated by merging in May. In …

hiv Research in San Francisco

Home > Research hiv Research in San Francisco Print this page The goals of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, HIV Prevention Research Unit are to investigate new behavioral intervention approaches to reducing risk for HIV infection and transmission among populations most at risk. Current projects include studies of medications which may help methamphetamine-dependent …

RECENT SOCIAL MARKETING CAMPAIGNS

Home > Campaigns & Evaluations RECENT SOCIAL MARKETING CAMPAIGNS Resist Meth The Resist Meth social marketing campaign was developed by Better World Advertising (BWA) for the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH) and launched in June 2007. The goal of the campaign was to reduce the spread of HIV among gay men in San …