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 hired to create a set of performance standards to provide guidance and best practices for public health departments, community-based organizations, and community stakeholders/service providers around the country as they develop and expand syringe services programs in their area.
Facente Consulting is helping California’s Tobacco Control Program to plan and implement a Health Equity Summit in September 2022, followed by writing a Health Equity Plan to guide the Program’s work to end tobacco use in California among the most highly impacted groups.
Facente Consulting helped UCSF develop a equity framework for launching their new concept: a shared use mobile van designed to improve community-based research opportunities in San Francisco.
Facente Consulting was hired to develop a white paper for the San Francisco Mayor’s Office, reviewing options for overdose prevention services (also known as supervised consumption services) in collaboration with a number of key community stakeholders.
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.
The Mid-America Addiction Technology Training Center hired Facente Consulting to design and implement a harm reduction consultation program, to support organizations in Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas, and Iowa to implement harm reduction work.
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.