Our Impact

JULY 2017 - JUNE 2018

Our Reach

Getting to Zero SCC-SV is a collaboration between Santa Clara County and other partners, including HIV/AIDS service providers, healthcare organizations, advocacy groups, and other community-based organizations. The initiative has four focus areas: PrEP and PEP access; stigma reduction; guideline-based STD screening and HIV testing; and linkage to care and retention in care for HIV. GTZ is funded by the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.

10,500
Community Members Reached
26
Partnerships and relationships developed
150
Events, meetings and trainings held
23
Providers on PleasePrEPMe.org
122
Provider toolkits distributed
11
Providers receiving Academic Detailing

Media Reach

“Get Liberated”
2.4 MILLION
IMPRESSIONS
“PrEP is For”
13.3 MILLION
IMPRESSIONS
Roots PrEP/PEP campaign
17,456
IMPRESSIONS

PrEP & PEP Referrals

Relationship & Capacity Building

11
Trainings for peer educators
632
Youth reached by peer education projects
934 College students reached through
17 campus outreach events
531 STD and HIV screenings for college students
877
High school students received 8 hours of comprehensive sex education
3,607
Visits to LGBTQ Youth Space Drop-in Center
Contributors to this document include: AIDS Education and Training Center at UCSF; Better World Advertising; Bill Wilson Center; Caminar; County of Santa Clara Public Health Department; County of Santa Clara Office of LGBTQ Affairs; John Snow, Inc; Planned Parenthood Mar Monte; Roots Community Health Center; The Health Trust; San Jose State University.