Hamilton Families asked Facente Consulting to assist them in developing a three-year strategic plan to cultivate organizational excellence, strengthen high-impact services for homeless families during the pandemic recovery period, and design an advocacy program to drive systemic change for the future.
Dr. Tan at UCSF reached out to Facente Consulting for ongoing assistance with manuscript development, literature reviews, and technical editing to support grant submissions, helping to move her academic portfolio forward and support her overall research goals.
Through the process of working with San Francisco AIDS Foundation to develop a community-driven plan to end homelessness among people living with HIV, a new vision for the project emerged – a Call to Action, endorsed by the HIV community, calling on San Francisco to address the root causes of homelessness for all people in the city.
Facente Consulting was hired to design and conduct a four-phase assessment to develop innovative prototypes for HIV and hepatitis C-related service delivery for people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.
Openhouse hired Facente Consulting to lead a strategic planning process designed to shift the organization’s emphasis toward LGBTQ+ seniors who have been forced to demonstrate the greatest resilience in the face of longstanding structural and individual racism, classism, homophobia, and/or transphobia.
Facente Consulting supported the San Francisco Black Led Organizations Coalition (SFBLOC) by reviewing a draft of their first-ever strategic plan and providing substantive recommendations for the final document, creating a strong foundation for the Coalition’s future work.
In partnership with NASTAD, Facente Consulting is creating a two-page summary, as well as a series of videos summarizing evidence, that provide tools and best practices and highlight a variety of real-life examples of harm reduction housing models that support frontline workers.
Facente Consulting is working with Alameda County Health Care for the Homeless (ACHCH) to facilitate a strategic planning process, with an emphasis on community input and engagement, to determine priorities for the initiative for the next three years.
Facente Consulting is helping Raphael House to develop a realistic vision of “what can and should be,” with the explicit purpose of seeking funding that will transform the fiscal standing, scope, and reach of the agency in the future.
Facente Consulting was hired to conduct a strategic planning process to refocus SFDPH’s congenital syphilis response efforts.
San Francisco’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing hired Facente Consulting to develop a curriculum designed to affirm access to housing for transgender and gender nonconforming people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Unlike in the last round of strategic planning we did with them in 2021, in 2024 Hamilton Families wanted a scaled down strategic plan refresh, with review and updates to the priorities in the prior plan and a focus on managing expected budget cuts.