Meth, stigma and African American communities in San Francisco

Two harm reductionists discuss race, class, homophobia and other factors that influence Black men who have sex with men and who use speed.
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“We’ve always been here” - National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

March 10 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Hear from Brittany Maksimovic, manager of testing services, about the unique challenges women face when it comes to HIV.
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Curing hepatitis C for everyone

We cure people living with hepatitis C no matter what their life situation or circumstance.
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California needs a plan to end HIV, hep C and STI epidemics

Urge Governor Newsom to outline a coordinated plan to end the HIV, hepatitis C and STI epidemics.
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Overdose prevention programs bill is back in Sacramento

It’s time to provide safe, evidence-based solutions to people who use drugs. Will the City and County of San Francisco pilot overdose prevention programs?
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Changing Lives

  • Working in a broken system

    Nov 2018

    Finding affordable housing in San Francisco is no easy task, but our HIV case managers track down every housing lead to help clients stabilize their lives. ...more

  • 35 years of Apoyo Latino

    Sep 2018

    El Grupo de Apoyo Latino started as an early AIDS support group. Founded on Fernando’s kindness, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation program celebrates 35 years of service. ...more