Come celebrate and kick-off World AIDS Day events this year at East Bay Getting to Zero’s annual commemoration event.
Reúnete con nosotros para hablar de tu relación con alcohol y drogas y como usar de manera más saludable.
El Grupo de Apoyo Latino de SFAF es un grupo social y educativo que ofrece un espacio abierto, seguro, y confidencial para apoyar a la comunidad Latina afectada por el VIH y SIDA. SFAF ofrece servicios a cualquier persona sin importar su situación migratoria.
Drop-in harm reduction group for transgender, nonbinary and gender expansive folks. All substance use goals are welcome.
Light in the Grove returns this year as a refreshed and re-imagined, magical outdoor celebration of Love, Community, and Remembrance in the AIDS Memorial Grove, located in the heart of historic Golden Gate Park. This whimsical evening in nature surrounded by friends, live music/DJ, and art.
Add the names of those you have loved and lost to HIV and AIDS to Castro street sidewalks. This colorful remembrance event honors those who have loved, lived, danced, worked and partied in the Castro.
Each year, our community hosts a national observance in the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. We bring leaders together from across the country for a national conversation to shine a light on the ongoing struggle to end the epidemic, progress made, and hope for the future. Free and open to all.
Complete your week with us at TGIF!, a harm reduction, peer support group where folks can openly discuss their journeys towards managing substance use and related topics.
Los Grupos de Educación en Servicios Sociales y Salud son enfocados en los servicios que hay en la ciudad y la salud en general.
Join us for a day filled with inspiring speakers, educational workshops, and engaging activities.
Stay connected, get and give support, and talk about substance use and harm reduction before heading into the weekend.
Join us for an in-person event to commemorate World AIDS Day! Don't miss this unique opportunity to connect, learn, and be moved by the unique stories of participants of getSFcba's digital storytelling workshop.
Join us on World AIDS Day as the Founding Mothers of HUES (Healing & Uniting Every Sista) come together to share their remarkable journeys as long-term survivors of HIV. Experience their stories through a mural, a short film, and process art collected over a year. Your presence at this event will make a difference in the love and respect shown to Black and Brown women who are impacted by HIV.