Black and African American individuals face disproportionate rates of HIV while having poorer outcomes at virtually all stages of the HIV Care Continuum. Rafiki, in partnership with San Francisco AIDS Foundation, 3rd St Youth Center & Clinic, Positive Resource Center, and UCSF Alliance Health Project, are developing a one-stop-shop Health Access Point (HAP) to generate innovative, creative, and holistic approaches to addressing the crises of HIV, STD, and HCV infection and related health and social issues within the SF B/AA community. The HAP will bring together experienced partners, community members and consumers, and local resources and providers to enable Rafiki to directly deliver comprehensive HIV, STD, and HCV testing, treatment, support, and navigation services, including PrEP navigation, at our own facilities. These community-focused services will provide a whole person care program that is holistic, accessible, welcoming, sex-positive, and offered through an African American centered wellness approach that fosters self-determination, pride, self-esteem, collaboration, and community involvement in a safe and thriving multi-generational community gathering space. Stay tuned to our calendar or newsletter for upcoming events.