S.F. AIDS Prevention Groups Merging To Streamline Care
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation has announced that the HIV/AIDS prevention programs and services of the Stop AIDS Project in San Francisco will become part of the foundation's roster of HIV testing, substance misuse and case management programs in November. The foundation's CEO Neil Giuliano said that together, the two organizations' portfolios "are going to be stronger and have a greater local service impact." Stop AIDS Project will retain its name and maintain its location, and its 13 employees will be absorbed into the foundation's 110-member staff. Current Stop AIDS Project Executive Director Kyriell Noon will serve as the director of prevention services at the foundation.
- "Stop AIDS Project, SF AIDS Foundation To Merge" (Colliver, San Francisco Chronicle, 10/19).