TransVision

Bay Area Community Health’s TransVision Program plays an important role in giving support and service to transgender patients across the Bay Area, earning local and national honors. TransVision’s primary goal is to lower HIV infection rates among transwomen by increasing knowledge of HIV risk and behaviors. The center also improves access to trans-affirming treatment, PrEP, and primary care services. TransVision used the Informed Consent Model of care.

TransVision is an award-winning program, recognized as a model both nationally and internationally. All transgender patients are provided private, affordable care according to their needs, no matter their status. With 1-on-1 counseling, testing, and education, TransVision offers peace of mind to those who need help.

To schedule an appointment or for more information, please contact 510.252.5818

PrEP

Get PrEP East Bay, at Bay Area Community Health, is a navigation program that helps HIV-negative men who have sex with men and Transgender men and women access pre-exposure Prophylaxis, a daily pill that helps prevent HIV transmission. TCHC’s PrEP navigation services help providers and patients connect on the correct treatment.  Javier Saucedo, can be contracted directly at jsaucedo@bach.health and (510) 252-5811. Additional resources are available at www.pleasePrEPme.org and www.preplocater.org.

Services include

  • Access to clinical services such as primary care, hormones and surgery referral
  • Name and Gender change assistance
  • Free hormone needle exchange/disposal
  • Safer Sex Supplies: condoms, lube
  • Informed Consent Model
  • STD Screening
  • Confidential HIV Testing, Care & Treatment
  • Non-Alameda County Residents have access