The Center for Learning and Innovation at the San Francisco Department of Public Health was asked to provide capacity-building assistance to the State of Florida through the CDC-supported Capacity-Building Assistance Providers Network (CPN). The goal of this project was to develop and pilot a series of three HIV Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) Institutes in Orlando, Ft. […]
Facente Consulting was selected to evaluate a 3-tiered, multi-million dollar project to provide grants to syringe services programs (SSPs) around the country to work on improving COVID-19 vaccination uptake among people who use drugs.
Facente Consulting was contracted to serve as the lead evaluator for this local mental-health focused impact evaluation, with a primary responsibility for designing and implementing a local evaluation plan, managing IRB approvals and human subject concerns, overseeing data collection, and conducting a quantitative analysis of local participant data.
Facente Consulting was selected to help TLCBD create a Theory of Change for their work, learn the Results-Based AccountabilityTM (RBA) framework for evaluation, and develop an evaluation map to guide their future program evaluations.
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.
The Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch of the California Department of Public Health hired Facente Consulting to assess and revamp the California Fit Business Kit, a toolkit that supports employers to implement worksite wellness strategies for low-wage workers.
Facente Consulting helped The Shanti Project to develop an evaluation tool that would collect clients’ feedback and opinions on the program, and yield data to monitor program quality and share program impacts when applying for future funding.
Facente Consulting was hired assist to assist the Youth Program at the SF LGBT Center to develop and refine their program outcomes and objectives, develop measurement tools and processes, and assemble a written evaluation manual for use moving forward.
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation asked Facente Consulting to develop a comprehensive evaluation plan to determine changes in client outcomes resulting for implementation of their new strategic plan.
San Francisco’s Center for Learning and Innovation hired Facente Consulting as an external evaluator for their 5-year grant providing capacity-building assistance to CDC-funded organizations focused on non-clinical HIV testing and HIV prevention in the Western Region of the United States.
Facente Consulting manages the ongoing evaluation of End Hep C SF, writing an annual report on the strengths and weaknesses of the group’s function as a collective impact initiative, and designing and maintaining a public dashboard of progress toward elimination using the Results-Based AccountabilityTM framework.
The County of Fresno hired Facente Consulting to use Results-Based AccountabilityTM to implement a comprehensive restructure of the evaluation system for their Babies First program, designed to improve pregnancy outcomes among Black/African American women in Fresno, CA.
The LGBTQ Connection hired Facente Consulting to provide advanced statistical support for the impact evaluation of their local intervention under the California Reducing Disparities Project, intended to reduce mental health disparities for young LGBTQ+ people in the Napa and Santa Rosa areas of California.
The San Francisco Community Health Center hired Facente Consulting as an external evaluator for a five-year project focused on preventing smoking in the LGBTQ+ community though coalition-building and policy change.
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 collaborated with the San Francisco Department of Public Health’s Tobacco Free Program over the course of three months to identify the key goals of the key informant interview process, recruit and conduct participant interviews, analyze data for key themes, and summarize key findings in a 3-5 page report.
Facente Consulting collaborated with the Tobacco Free Project over the course of three years to guide, design and implement a range of evaluation activities, including survey data collection, key infomant interviews, public opinion polls, and training of community data collectors.