Locations & Hours

Our Locations

Main Office

940 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: 415-487-3000

After more than a decade headquartered at 1035 Market Street, San Francisco AIDS Foundation has relocated its main office to a single-tenant building at 940 Howard Street.

Plan Your Visit

Hours: Mon—Fri, 9 to 5 pm


Our main office is on the south side of Market Street between 6th Street and 7th Street. We are one or two blocks from Powell Street Station or Civic Center Station (MUNI lines K/T, J, L, M, N and BART). Buses and surface-level trains that that stop nearby are F-Market, 5-Fulton, 6-Haight-Parnassus, 7-Haight-Noriega, 9-San Bruno, 19-Polk, and 21-Hayes.

There are stairs, escalators and an elevator available that will bring you from the underground train stations to Market Street level.


470 Castro Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

Phone: 415-581-1600

Plan Your Visit

Hours: Tue—Sat, 10 to 7 pm (Closed 1 to 3 pm on Fridays)

Strut is located on Castro Street, between Market and 18th. We are one block from the Castro MUNI station (K/T, L, M, S trains). Buses and surface-level trains that stop nearby are F, 24-Divisadero, 33-Ashbury/18th, 35-Eureka, and 37-Corbett.

We encourage all visitors to come fragrance free, so that people with chemical sensitivities can join us.


Strut is our health and wellness center in the heart of the Castro, providing sexual health services, substance use counseling, community events, and more. Stop by to check out our rotating art displays from queer artists and talk with folks at our front desk about what services are available.

Our diverse community makes us strong. We believe we all have the right to health regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender orientation, HIV status, age or economic status. We share the responsibility for our individual health, the health of our partners and the health of our community.

Core values

Self-Determination: We believe we have the right to make our own decisions regarding health and well-being. We should always be at the forefront in matters that affect us as individuals and as a community. We share responsibility for our individual health, the health of our partners, and the health of our community.

Access: We believe everyone has the right to access information and resources about our health and well-being in a dignified, respectful, and affirming manner. Beyond physical access, this includes access to information and resources that are culturally appropriate, meaningful, and available regardless of ability to pay. We have a right to access information that is current, relevant, and accurate.

Sexual Expression: We have a right to satisfying sex lives free from guilt and shame. We believe our sexuality is an integral component in how we define ourselves as individuals and as a community. Healthy sexual expression involves both our bodies and our minds. We share a responsibility for sexual health—for ourselves, our partners, and our community.

Diversity: We believe in the value of diversity and that our diversity makes our community stronger. By examining our differences as gay men, we improve our understanding of each other. Only through actively exploring the differences in our experiences such as those based on race, ethnicity, age, HIV status or economic status can we create a more just community. Across all of our differences, we affirm our commitment to treat each other with dignity and respect.

Leadership: We must be leaders in decisions that affect us and our community. In order to improve our lives, we must take chances and learn from our mistakes. Leadership involves a willingness to speak to what we feel to be true, even if it is unpopular. We value a sense of celebration, humor, and irreverence, which have brought us to our current place in history and will take us to the next.

Accessibility & Amenities

If you have any questions about accessibility services, please contact us. We welcome the opportunity to accommodate all access needs.

Elevators: All floors are accessible by elevator.

Stairways: There are 26 steps from the 1st floor lobby to the clinic on the 2nd floor, and 48 steps from the 1st floor lobby to the counseling rooms and event space on the 3rd floor.

Restrooms: Single-stall, all-gender restrooms are located on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Restrooms accessible to wheelchairs are located on the 2nd and 3rd floors.

Services: Sexual Health & Testing, STI Treatment, PrEP & PEP, Hepatitis C, Substance Use Treatment,
Support Groups, Condoms & Safer Sex Supplies

6th Street Center

117 6th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103.

June 28, 2024 — Currently closed for repairs. The HCV Wellness Program has been temporarily relocated to our Main Office at 940 Howard Street, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3 to 5 pm. Medical care, medication assisted treatment (MAT) navigation and buprenorphine access are available through our Mobile Syringe Access Services and at the Maria X Martinez Health Resource Center.

Plan Your Visit

Hours: SCHEDULE UPDATE, JUNE 28, 2024 — 6th Street Center remains closed for repairs.

Mobile Syringe & Health Services will be on site Tuesday through Friday, 11 am to 3 pm (look for white van).

  • Medical care (on hold) Please visit Maria X Martinez (MXM) clinic, 555 Stevenson St.¬†
  • HCV Wellness Program Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3 pm to 5 pm, 940 Howard Street; Medical care provided at Maria X Martinez (MXM) clinic, 555 Stevenson St.
  • Drug checking (SCOPE) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 am to 3 pm, Innes Ave (between 3rd & Phelps, look for white van); First and third Fridays, 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Homeless Youth Alliance, 558 Clayton between Haight & Page


Located on the east side of 6th Street, between Mission and Minna. The facility is street level and is wheelchair accessible. There are no steps up or down from the street.

The 14-Mission bus makes the closest stop one block away at Mission & 6th. We are two blocks southeast of where Market Street meets Taylor, Golden Gate, and 6th Streets. Buses that stop nearby are 6-Haight-Parnassus, 7-Haight-Noriega, 9-San Bruno, and 21-Hayes.

Our services are free and include safer substance use supplies, injection and syringe disposal equipment, overdose prevention training and supplies including naloxone, drug checking (SCOPE), harm reduction counseling, MAT opiate replacement therapy (buprenorphine), HIV and STI testing, hepatitis C testing and treatment and other counseling services to people who use substances or who inject.

Scheduled Programs

  • Clinical services are available Monday through Friday.
  • Medical care and testing: Tue—Fri, 1 to 7 pm
  • HCV Wellness Program: Tue—Fri, 3 to 7 pm
  • Locker Program: Tues—Fri, 3 to 7 pm
  • Art Group: Wednesdays, noon to 2 pm

Services: Substance Use Treatment, Syringe Access & Disposal, Hepatitis C Testing, HIV & STI Testing, Hepatitis C Treatment & Navigation, Condoms & Safer Sex Supplies, Overdose Prevention, Substance Use Counseling

Mobile Syringe & Health Services

San Francisco, CA

Phone: 415-487-8043


Hours: Mondays 4 to 6 pm
Innes Avenue (between 3rd & Phelps, look for white van)

Services: Medical care, medication assisted treatment (MAT) navigation and buprenorphine access, contingency management program for people who use stimulants.

Duboce Triangle

Hours: Tuesdays 6 to 8 pm
Duboce Avenue (near Church & Market, parking lot behind Safeway)

Services: Medical care, medication assisted treatment (MAT) navigation and buprenorphine access.

Mission District

Hours: Wednesdays 6 to 8pm, and Fridays 7 to 9 pm
Wiese Street & 16th Street (between Julian & Mission)

Services: Overdose prevention education, support and linkage to care.


Hours: Thursdays 7 to 9 pm
Hemlock Street & Polk Street (between Post & Sutter)

Services: Overdose prevention education, support and linkage to care.