The California Department of Public Health enlisted Facente Consulting to help them research and submit a report to the legislature summarizing findings and recommendations about the effectiveness and feasibility of routine HIV screening in California Emergency Departments.
Facente Consulting was hired to conduct formative research to determine the best methods for implementing a strategy to build a highly skilled HIV, hepatitis C, and STI workforce in San Francisco that is cross-trained, reflects the populations served, has low turnover rates, and is valued and supported.
The California Department of Public Health reached out to Facente Consulting to help them identify lessons learned and develop a plan for short-, medium- and long-term improvements to their pandemic response systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Facente Consulting was selected by the California Department of Public Health to lead the process to conduct a needs assessment to support data-driven decision-making about the state’s Integrated HIV Surveillance, Prevention, and Care Plan for 2023-2026.
Facente Consulting conducted a needs assessment to help the Family Care Network at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, CA better understand how to meet the needs of women, infants, children, and youth living with HIV who use their services.
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation contracted with Facente Consulting to develop a community-driven plan to end homelessness among people living with HIV; through this process, a new vision for the project emerged: a Call to Action endorsed by the HIV community, calling for the City to address the root causes of homelessness for all people in San Francisco.
Facente Consulting was hired by the San Francisco Department of Public Health to implement a needs assessment and develop recommendations for the identification and prevention of perinatal transmission of hepatitis C in San Francisco.
Facente Consulting was hired to design and conduct a 4-phase assessment to develop innovative prototypes for HIV and hepatitis C-related service delivery for people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.
Facente Consulting was selected by End Hep C SF to design and lead a mixed methods needs assessment to identify gaps in hepatitis C (HCV) testing and treatment in the San Francisco jails, identify best practices for treatment and linkage, and develop a HCV care cascade for people currently or recently incarcerated.
Facente Consulting is conducting a landscape analysis, supplemented with interviews and focus groups, to help the San Francisco Department of Public Health better understand the health needs of people who use drugs in San Francisco.
Facente Consulting served as the local evaluator for a five-year grant funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support HIV, hepatitis C (HCV), and substance use prevention among unhoused, LGBTQ+ young adults ages 18-24 in San Francisco.
Facente Consulting assisted the San Francisco Department of Public Health in summarizing the history and current landscape of various efforts to address hepatitis B in San Francisco, serving as the foundation upon which a strategy to comprehensively address HBV citywide could be launched.