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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Profile - Ernest Hopkins

February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Read our interview with Ernest Hopkins on why he got involved with HIV work, why days like National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day are important, and what he hopes to see in the future.
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Social isolation damages our communities. Here’s what we’re doing about it.

The programs and civic engagement opportunities at San Francisco AIDS Foundation are designed to address some of the social isolation challenges our communities face in San Francisco.
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Syringe disposal services

The Syringe Pickup Crew provides on-demand syringe disposal services seven days a week in neighborhoods across San Francisco. Find out how their work helps to make our city safer for everyone—and what to do if you see discarded syringes.
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QTPOC at Strut brings queer and trans people of color to PrEP services

QTPOC at Strut—by and for queer and trans people of all ages—welcomes people who have never accessed health and wellness services at Strut.
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Strut community events: Queer art, Black Love, Trans Voices & so much more

The San Francisco AIDS Foundation location Strut is more than a health center. We are a community space, a space for leaning and a space for fun. We celebrate the Queer community with events that range from art openings, to panel discussions, to book clubs and performance series.
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Changing Lives

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    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

  • Undetectable = Undisputable

    Aug 2018

    These men’s lives were changed when they learned they could not transmit HIV. When will the HIV-negative community embrace the science? ...more