East Bay Getting to Zero

East Bay Getting to Zero working groups bring together peers, frontline workers, program leadership and community members to learn together and collaboratively problem-solve HIV-related challenges and make local policy and program recommendations to build the capacity for people-centered, high-quality, culturally appropriate HIV service delivery throughout the East Bay.


The prevention working group focuses on biomedical interventions including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), and treatment-as-prevention (TasP).

Linkage & Retention

The linkage and retention working group identifies and addresses barriers to care and disparities in HIV outcomes.


The testing working group is currently a subgroup of the steering committee and focuses on integrating universal HIV testing into community health clinics, federally-qualified health centers, other primary care clinics, urgent care and drop-in health centers, emergency departments, hospitals and jails.

Steering Committee

The role of Community Steering Committee is to provide guidance and subject matter expertise for all operational components of the initiative.