Navigating the current health care system, and for many Latinos understanding the current eligibility maze and knowing their rights in the health care arena, is incredibly difficult. To this end, San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Project Inform have compiled a list of resources about HIV, immigrants, and the law. Included among these resources are easy-to-understand summaries of federal eligibility requirements, “know your rights” publications for immigrants and their advocates, as well as other helpful publications and organizations.
Learn about bills now before the California state legislature that impact HIV services and care. Find out where the bills are in the legislative process. See where San Francisco AIDS Foundation stands on each issue.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation champions the development and implementation of evidence-based HIV prevention. We believe public health research, practice and policy intersect best where diverse methodologies and outcome data are utilized to establish efficacy. Examine our evidence reports to see what is known - and not known - about HIV risk factors and prevention interventions in populations hardest hit by HIV/AIDS.
HIV Evidence Report
The best way to fight HIV is to know your status. A simple test can determine if you are infected with the virus.
Our diverse programs help thousands of people every year. From testing to prevention to care, our services assist communities where need is greatest.