Homeless Health Outreach Mobile Engagement (HHOME) is a robust, mobile care and systems intervention that helps link, engage, and deliver rapid HIV treatment to some of San Francisco’s most vulnerable and homeless communities. During the RWAP SPNS initiative, the intervention was able to stably house and retain in care (at 12-month chart review) 83.6 percent of intervention clients. Post-SPNS funding, the intervention continues to be sustained and is a critical component of San Francisco’s efforts to address and end HIV.
This package of training and implementation tools was developed to assist Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) sites and other organizations/clinics to implement the HHOME intervention.
The HHOME Implementation Guide includes:
- Intervention steps at-a-glance to provide an overview of featured activities.
- Resource checklists outlining necessary capacity for replication.
- Staffing table with personnel overviews.
- Narrative sections to walk readers through process for replication.
The intervention was initially implemented in a RWHAP-funded site, so those recipients who may be seeing similar populations, and who are facing similar challenges, may also benefit.
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