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HIV Homeless Outreach and Mobile Engagement (HHOME)

HHOME, for the last 5 years, was a Special Project of National Significance (SPNS) program. In 5 years, HHOME was able to successfully support over 100 individuals living with HIV/AIDS, who were experiencing homelessness, in reconnecting to primary care and entering long-term housing.  HHOME is a partnership between the SF Community Health Center, SF Homeless Outreach Team, and the SF Department of Public Health.

Who we serve

People living with HIV/AIDS with a CD4 less than 200 and who are experiencing homelessness in the City and County of San Francisco. We also work with transitional age youth, trans-identified women, pregnant women, and those experiment imminent eviction.

Goals and Objectives

Linkage to mobile primary medical care to support people in transitioning to a 4-walls clinic; medical and housing case management; linkage to substance use and mental health treatment; linkage to entitlements; housing and LifeSkills training to support clients to maintain housing once indoors; transitioning to a lower-level of care.

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. HHOME is a mobile program and operates throughout San Francisco.

Getting to Zero Intensive Case Management (GTZ-ICM)

Getting to Zero intensive case management (GTZ-ICM) was started in 2017 by the San Francisco Getting to Zero Retention and Re-engagement committee. GTZ is a City-wide initiative which hopes to end new HIV infections, AIDS-related deaths, and HIV/AIDS stigma by 2020. GTZ-ICM is a responsive program to short-term navigation and mobile medical programs. GTZ-ICM is a partnership between SF Community Health Center, the Shanti Project, and the SF Department of Public Health.

Who we serve

People living with HIV/AIDS, in particular Latino and Black men who have sex with men (MSM), people experiencing homelessness, injection drug users, women, and transitional age youth (TAY).

Goals and Objectives

To support people living with HIV/AIDS maintaining engagement in primary care; support in starting or restarting treatment; linkage to substance use services and mental health providers; and linkage to other supportive services.

Hours of Operation

8:00-5:00pm Monday through Friday. GTZ-ICM is a mobile program and operates throughout San Francisco.