Our Work

The Getting to Zero Consortium work is done in committees, which are led by co-chairs and a liaison from the Steering Committee.

Each committee is charged with defining measurable objectives and a program implementation plan. Under the direction of a Steering Committee and with broad partnerships with community organizations and the private sector, the Consortium uses an active process, engaged through committee work and program implementation to achieve the Getting to Zero goals.


Strategic direction to the vision and funding of initiatives

The steering committee provides strategic direction to the vision and funding of Getting to Zero San Francisco initiatives. Members of the steering committee prioritize the goals of Getting to Zero and do not act on behalf of their agencies in this leadership role.

RAPID & Retention

Support for persons newly diagnosed with HIV

The goals of the RAPID (Rapid ART Program Initiative for HIV Diagnoses) program are to maintain focus on RAPID starts for people with new HIV diagnoses, establish RAPID Restart, and enhance retention efforts to help people started on antiretroviral therapy (ART) stay engaged in care.

Photo by Brett Sayles 

HIV & Homelessness

Coordinate, align and expand upon efforts to improve testing, prevention and HIV treatment

The mission of this Committee’s work is to work collaboratively in identifying gaps in services, defining key goals, developing and implementing countermeasures, and tracking progress toward reducing HIV incidence, increasing viral suppression, and reducing mortality among  San Franciscans experiencing homelessness or unstable housing.


Reducing HIV transmission

The PrEP Committee aims to increase PrEP uptake and persistence citywide by

  • Improving user knowledge and access
  • Increasing provider capacity
  • Tracking PrEP uptake and impact

HIV & Aging

Improving the quality of life for San Franciscans over the age of 50 and living with HIV

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