a hub of positive sexual and reproductive health

After over 20 years as leaders in prenatal, pre-conception and women's HIV care, the Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center/BAPAC has evolved to HIVE. With our compassionate, evidence-based, woman-centered model of care, there have been no cases of perinatal HIV transmission in San Francisco in over a decade. Building on this success, we are expanding our scope to comprehensive reproductive and sexual health among those affected by HIV.

With our commitment to create a world free of HIV we advocate for: increased access to primary HIV prevention for trans and non-transwomen, a comprehensive HIV prevention toolkit that includes family planning and empowered sexuality, the inclusion of reproductive and sexual health care in the primary care setting, safer conception options for HIV affected couples, reproductive health care for men, programming to sustain the success of perinatal HIV in the US.

In the media highlights recent media coverage of our advocacy. Follow our conversations on twitter: #HIVLoveWins #WeAreAllWomen.

 

 

To support clinicians in providing the highest quality care and to support you in having the sex life and family you desire, we create and share online the tools developed in HIVE clinic, our learning laboratory. All tools are reviewed by a team of clinicians and patients. We welcome your suggestions for resources or videos: Contact Us.

HIVE provides local, regional, national and international training through consultancies and as faculty on training and capacity building projects. To learn about how HIVE can support your work please contact us.

To learn more about HIVE, please visit their website.

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