NAHC also participates in the SFDPH
Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) initiative as part of the State of California Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) through a project called Living in Balance.
Funds for this solicitation may be renewable annually, depending on the availability of funds, successful performance of contract obligations, and compliance with SFDPH
To further support the program, the SFDPH held system-wide certification trainings, site-specific in-services, and developed SFDPH buprenorphine treatment guidelines.
The SFDPH funded administrative and staffing costs, and medication was funded through a CSAT grant (1 H79TI12880-01).
To enhance communication (including the electronic transmission of medication orders), coordination, and program evaluation, the SFDPH developed a secure database for the OBOT program.
Tenders are invited for Outreach/Education/Referral Services for Refugee/Asylees Victim of Trafficking and Other Immigrant Communities for the SFDPH
Building a Healthier San Francisco (BHSF) and Community Benefit Partnership (CBP) programs, efforts spearheaded by San Francisco s non-profit hospitals and SFDPH in conjunction with wide-ranging community partners; and SFDPH through the Public Health Accreditation Board and its community health improvement process.
Over the past year, SFDPH joined with these collaboratives to develop a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) as a part of its 14-month community health assessment that engaged community residents and health partners to define, measure and move the needle on select community-identified health priorities.