Strut is the home for health and wellness from San Francisco AIDS Foundation in the Castro. We’re a place where gay, bi and trans men can find tools and support to manage physical, emotional and social aspects of health. Strut also features an art gallery and lounge used for special community events. Learn more at www.strutsf.com.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation offers a variety of services and resources for men with drug and alcohol problems. The Speed Project is a support program for gay, bisexual and heteroflexible men who use speed. The Stonewall Project is a counseling and treatment program for men who have sex with men, and want information or help dealing with alcohol and other drug use. And tweaker.org helps gay men understand crystal meth and how affects it their physical, mental and social health.
Sometimes we need support from other people who know exactly what we're going through. Becasue of that, San Francisco AIDS Foundation offers Black Brothers Esteem, or BBE, and El Grupo de Apoyo Latino. BBE is a prevention and support program with a variety of activites designed to empower African American men who predominantly live in the Tenderloin/Polk Gulch and Sixth Street Corridor neighborhoods of San Francisco. El Grupo is a weekly peer support group for Latinos (and Latinas) living with HIV and their families.
The best way to fight HIV is to know your status. San Francisco AIDS Foundation offers free, confidential HIV testing at 117 Sixth Street (near Mission). It happens every Friday from 12pm - 2pm. No appointment is needed. We also free Hep C testing, as well as syringe access services to injecting drug users.
The best way to fight HIV is to know your status. A simple test can determine if you are infected with the virus.
Our diverse programs help thousands of people every year. From testing to prevention to care, our services assist communities where need is greatest.