The Stonewall Project

The Stonewall Project


Stonewall Services



Summer 2017 Walk-in Group Schedule


Summer 2017 Enrolled Client Program Group Schedule
(for members who are linked to an individual counselor)

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The Speed Project (TSP)

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Broke But Not Bored In SF

Alternatives (or additions) to 12 step/AA/NA support groups in SF

Sexual Health Services at SFAF  

1035 Market St. Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94103
Reception: 415-487-3100
Fax: 415-558-9657
TDD: 415-487-8098

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Internship Opportunities:
Clinical Internship Program

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Cheers Queers

Take part in a one-time Cheers Queers counseling session to talk about how you're drinking at San Francisco AIDS Foundation—and you'll be eligible to receive up to $60 in VISA gift cards.

There's no requirement to change how you drink, although we encourage people who are curious about changing how they drink to participate. Contact Rich or Glenn for more information, or take the Cheers Queers screening questionnaire to see if you qualify.

Rich Lugo, EdD
470 Castro St.
(415) 437-3439
rlugo@sfaf.org

Glenn Ontiveros, MFTI
470 Castro St.
(415) 437-3408
gontiveros@sfaf.org


The Stonewall Project is a family of programs dedicated to providing harm reduction-based counseling, treatment, and support services to gay men, transmen who have sex with men, and other men who have sex with men who are having issues with drugs and/or alcohol. We welcome you wherever you're at, and do not require abstinence for you to receive services.

We  provide a full range of counseling services that integrates substance use, mental health, and HIV prevention and education from a participant-centered perspective.  Our goal is to create a safe space where gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) who use crystal meth, crack cocaine, powder cocaine, alcohol and/or other drugs can come to deal with issues of concern to them without stipulations, conditions or judgments. The aim of our program is to reduce the harm caused to you, your loved ones, and your communities by your drug or alcohol use. As a program rooted in harm reduction, your goals may vary across the harm reduction spectrum and can range from complete abstinence to controlled or safer use based on a desire to improve health, relationships, or one's functioning in the world. 

Please come to one of our walk-in individual or group counseling sessions to learn more about enrolling in our Stonewall program or call us at 415-487-3100.

Find out more at cheersqueers.org.

Want to know how your drinking compares? Take the quiz.

 

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