Facente Consulting provided strategic and project management support to guide the San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership – a collective impact initiative dedicated to reducing health disparities in San Francisco – in developing, implementing, and evaluating its annual priorities and activities.
Facente Consulting was selected by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation to lead a year-long strategic planning process that would incorporate the input of more than 200 staff and over 800 donors, volunteers, clients, and external stakeholders, ushering the Foundation into a new era of expanded work and a focus on health justice.
Facente Consulting helped ASTDA reach consensus on the Association’s mission, vision, values, and key initiatives through a series of half-day board retreats.
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 developed and expanded syringe services programs in their areas.
Facente Consulting helped UCSF develop an 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 assist the Youth Program at the SF LGBT Center in developing and refining their program outcomes and objectives, developing measurement tools and processes, and assembling a written evaluation manual for use moving forward.
Leadership of San Francisco AIDS Foundation reached out to Facente Consulting and asked them to create a “mini strategic plan” for their goal of creating a comprehensive network of health and wellness services for people over the age of 50 who are living with HIV, taking into account the changing dynamics brought on by the the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 assisted the Applied Research, Community Health, Epidemiology & Surveillance (ARCHES) Branch of the San Francisco Department of Public Health with assessing their planning for surveillance of viral hepatitis, and producing the first comprehensive report on viral hepatitis to be released by the health department in 11 years.
The GLIDE Harm Reduction team hired Facente Consulting to design and facilitate a full-day retreat to improve their functioning and effectiveness as a team, charting their course for progress over the next 1-3 years.
Facente Consulting was selected to assist a local health jurisdiction in Maryland with strategically planning and implementing their Ending the HIV Epidemic program, creating a replicable process to aid other health departments in delivering similar services in the future.
Facente Consulting facilitated a series of planning meetings with the San Francisco Community Health Center to develop a new program workflow that would integrate three distinct programs for people living with HIV, including a centralized intake assessment and case manager assignment process.
The Substance Use Disorders Team of San Francisco’s Community Behavioral Health Services Branch hired Facente Consulting to plan and facilitate a day-long staff retreat focused on team building and discussion of priorities for action in the coming year.
In partnership with NASTAD, Facente Consulting is supporting strategic planning processes for the 25 recipients of SAMHSA’s first harm reduction grants.
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.
San Francisco Community Health Center reached out to Facente Consulting to help plan activities and facilitate a retreat for their newly formed “Workforce Transformation” team, to help them solidify their identity, shared set of goals, and priorities for future work.
Facente Consulting is helping the Division of Workforce Development at CDC update the goals and objectives they wrote in their 2019 strategic plan to help guide them in this new era of public health service.
Facente Consulting worked with leadership of the California Prevention Training Center to plan and facilitate an all-staff retreat designed to build team cohesion and help the organization determine their “north star” for the next three years.
Facente Consulting was hired to conduct a strategic planning process to refocus SFDPH’s congenital syphilis response efforts.