Resources

HIV Epidemiology
Annual Report 2018

Highlighting the progress made to date, and the challenges that remain in fighting HIV in San Francisco.

Are you looking for HIV, STI or Hep C testing & services? Or PrEP?

HIV Care Options in San Francisco –A guide to clinics, providers, and the healthcare coverage, includes programs that can also help with PrEP
they accept

HIV Navigation Options in San Francisco –navigation services to help you connect to a clinic or provider in San Francisco

HIV Benefit Options in San Francisco– How to pay for health care and medication so you can stay in care and undetectable

Resources for Providers

PrEP for HIV Prevention

Which PrEP medication is best for me? [Handout] – by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

San Francisco Health Network Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Management Guidelines, June 2016

Provider PrEP Pocket Card – by Dr. Robert Grant and Dr. Lauren Wolchok

Ask about PrEP (Prescribing PrEP: A Guide for Providers) – by San Francisco Department of Public Health

PrEP Navigation Manual: Helping People Access Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis – by PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform

Ayudando A Las Personas a Tener Acceso A La Profilaxis Anterior a la Exposición (en Español) -by PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform

SFCC PrEP Navigation Services Protocol (v. 12/7/18)

Testing, Care & Treatment

*NEW Brochure* Stop the hidden epidemic: Five steps to prevent and treat HIV, HCV, and STDs among people experiencing homelessness– by San Francisco Department of Public Health

City-wide RAPID protocol  (Updated 3/2020) – by GTZ RAPID Committee

RAPID Provider Detailing Brochure “Rapid ART: Immediate ART initiation upon HIV diagnosis” (Updated 2019) – by GTZ RAPID Committee

RAPID ART: High virologic suppression rates with immediate ART… [abstract of publication],  2018 Dec 21

[HIV ReConnect] Brochure for Providers & Front line Workers: HIV Navigation can help clients – by GTZ Retention & Re-engagement Committee

RAPID Care Options in SF  (Updated 2/2020)– by GTZ RAPID Committee

Best Practices Cellphone Charging Stations – by GTZ Retention & Re-engagement Committee

SOP Offering Cellphone Access to Homeless Navigation Clients  – by GTZ Retention & Re-engagement Committee

Organizing the HIV Frontline Worker Community – SF HIV FOG poster presented at 2018 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care & Treatment

U=U Basics Undetectable=Untransmittable/I=I Lo Básico Indetectable=Intransmisible – by San Francisco Department of Public Health

HIV & Health Insurance 101 – San Francisco HIV Frontline Organizing Group. Three online training briefs that cover the basics of traditional and expanded Medi-Cal, Medicare, private Insurance obtained from an employer or via Covered CA.

#UequalsUSF/ Undetectable = Untransmittable: – Website with resources for providers and community members

Scaling Getting to Zero/End AIDS Initiatives

Resources for Youth