People working to prevent and treat HIV and those working to prevent and treat tobacco and nicotine dependence have a parallel history in San Francisco. Both movements emerged from community activism that began decades ago; both serve similar populations and share the mission of seeking health and wellness for their communities.
This toolkit was developed by the Community Health Equity and Promotion Branch of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, in collaboration with The Last Drag, a community-based quit smoking program. It provides resources and information for HIV prevention providers to meet the needs of their clients who smoke.
A PDF of a full toolkit can be downloaded here:
Addressing Tobacco Use: A toolkit for HIV Prevention Providers
For MS Office Word format version of this toolkit, specific handouts and materials contact us at: sftobaccofree.org/contact
(Updated May 2017)