San Francisco HIV Frontline Organizing Group
(SF HIV FOG)
SF HIV FOG is a collaboration between San Francisco organizations serving people living with HIV. WE strive to support HIV Frontline-workers through training and networking events, resource and information sharing, and professional development opportunities.
What We Do
San Francisco HIV Frontline Organizing Group (SF HIV FOG) is a grassroots collaboration between community-based HIV service organizations and representatives of the San Francisco Department of Public Health. It provides training and professional networking opportunities for frontline workers in San Francisco. (e.g., social workers, client advocates, money managers, mental health clinicians, navigators, and benefits eligibility workers, etc.) To improve interagency collaboration and delivery of services to people living with HIV.
In May 2015, a group of San Francisco HIV Frontline workers came together to discuss how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would impact people living with HIV/AIDS and frontline workers who support them. SF HIV FOG grew out of this meeting.
Become Part of SF HIV FOG
To be added to our listserv and gain access to community resources, upcoming events, and be part of a local network of frontline service providers, please enter your information below.
Training & Networking Events, & Awareness Campaigns
SFHIV FOG trainings are designed for San Francisco HIV frontline workers. Past trainings included topics such as Transgender Care and Competency, Sex Worker Support, Open Enrollment Health Insurance Boot Camp, PrEP, Access to Behavioral Health, and more.
Upcoming Trainings and Networking Events
Check back for announcements of training and networking events.
Open Enrollment Boot Camp IX
More information coming soon.
For more information, contact [email protected]
Past SF HIV FOG Training and Networking Events
Past training and networking events have included topics like transgender care and competency, sex worker support, health insurance open enrollment, access to behavioral health, and more.
Breakout A – HIV & Dental Care: How to access Oral Health Services