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Strut Book Club Reads “Gay Bar. Why We Went Out.”

Calling All Queer Book Lovers!

For the month of September, we will be reading “Gay Bar, Why We Went Out” by Jeremy Atherton Lin!
Join us last Monday of the month, September 27th at 7 PM, (PST) we will be meeting virtually! Please make sure to read the entire book beforehand and come ready to discuss your thoughts.
We will be sharing the bookclub zoom link here the day of the show.
This queer book club has been around since 2003 and currently, we are holding meetings virtually due to the pandemic. If you have any questions about Strut’s events and or this Queer/Gay Book Club please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org If you have any questions about Strut and or The San Francisco AIDS Foundation and our services please visit sfaf.org

ABOUT THE BOOK: In Gay Bar, the author embarks upon a transatlantic tour of the hangouts that marked his life, with each club, pub, and dive revealing itself to be a palimpsest of queer history. He time-travels from Hollywood nights in the 1970s to a warren of cruising tunnels built beneath London in the 1770s; from chichi bars in the aftermath of AIDS to today’s fluid queer spaces; through glory holes, into Crisco-slicked dungeons and down San Francisco alleys. He charts police raids and riots, posing and passing out—and a chance encounter one restless night that would change his life forever.


Black Love! Explores Black Imagination with Jewelle Gomez

Join us for a very special Black Love with Jewelle Gomez! Part of QTPOC at Strut Sept 17th, at 7:00 PM (PDT) Free!

Join us for an exciting event that explores Black Imagination! Writer, educator, performer, Tanea Lunsford Lynx will be hosting a very special Black Love where she will welcome legendary author Jewelle Gomez into a discussion about her work and queer black creativity. Jewelle Gomez is is a playwright, novelist, and poet. She’s the author of eight books including the first Black Lesbian vampire novel, THE GILDA STORIES, currently celebrating its 30th year in print. Part interview, part conversation, part exploration, join us for a very special Black Love! A night with Jewelle Gomez!

In order to join us virtually and to receive your zoom link you must register on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/black-love-explores-black…

Black Love was created in collaboration with Strut by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, and Beatrice L. Thomas back in 2016 and Strut has been doing the performance series ever since! This season we are super happy that Black Love is curated once more by Tanea Lunsford Lynx! To learn more about Tanea visit her website! tanealunsfordlynx.com

Strut Drop-in appointments for sexual health services are available Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 3 pm. Call 415-581-1600 to schedule an appointment. Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org


Strut Book Club Reads “Future Feeling” by Joss Lake VIRUTAL MEETING

Calling All Queer Book Lovers!

For the month of August, we will be reading “Future Feeling” by Joss Lake! Join us last Monday of the month, August 30th at 7 PM, (PST) we will be meeting virtually! Please make sure to read the entire book beforehand and come ready to discuss your thoughts.

Everyone that wants to attend needs to sign up on Evenbrite to get the zoom link, click here to register for free!
This queer book club has been around since 2003 and currently, we are holding meetings virtually due to the pandemic. The link to the virtual book club meeting will be emailed to all who register here on Eventbrite.
If you have any questions about Strut’s events and or this Queer/Gay Book Club please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
If you have any questions about Strut and or The San Francisco AIDS Foundation and our services please visit sfaf.org
ABOUT THE BOOK: An embittered dog walker obsessed with a social media influencer inadvertently puts a curse on a young man—and must adventure into a mysterious dimension in order to save him—in this wildly inventive, delightfully subversive, genre-nonconforming debut novel about illusion, magic, technology, kinship, and the emergent future.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Joss Lake is a trans writer and educator based in New York whose work has been supported by Queens Council of the Arts, Women and Performance Studies Collective, the Watermill Center, and Columbia University. He runs a literary sauna series called Trans at Rest. This is his debut novel.

Mental Health Comedy Hour! July Show!

Join us for another Mental Health Comedy Hour!

At the Mental Health Comedy Hour “We’re not OK, and that’s OK!”

Join us at the next Mental Health Comedy Hour! Hosted by the incredible queer comedians Kristee Ono and Wonder Dave, the VIRTUAL show is July 30th at 7 PM pacific time! Free!
With special guests, Alejandro Morales! Violet Gray! Kristee Ono, and our guest mental health professional is Jenna Robinson!
Make sure to reserve your tickets on EventBrite! And we will email you the show zoom info so you can join us the day of the show!
Here is the Eventbrite link so you can register!
Mental Health Comedy Hour aims to de-stigmatize mental illness and therapy through humor and open conversations about often difficult topics. Are you a queer person dealing with depression, anxiety, ADHD, or bipolar disorder? Why not laugh about it? At this show, some of the funniest queer stand up comedians will tell jokes and talk about their life with mental illness—all in the jovial environment of a late-night talk show, featuring interviews with licensed mental health professionals and more!
Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit: Nurturing Queer Black Lives, Part Three

Part Three: The Spirit

Join us Saturday, October 16th, at 2 PM for part three of this virtual workshop titled “Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit: Nurturing Queer Black Lives, PART THREE!”

This is part two of a three-part workshop series focused on queer black communities designed to educate participants on the benefits of incorporating awareness of the mind, body and spirit to foster mental well-being, healing and hope for the future.

Created and facilitated by our special guests Marquita Moten and Jonathan Mathias assiter PhD.

To be a part of the workshop you must register on Eventbrite Here

These workshops are presented by QTPOC at Strut, but all are welcome. The activities of this workshop will be presented in a manner that individuates each component through activity, while incorporating them through education and discussion. As mental health professionals, the hosts and facilitators believe a holistic approach to therapy provides the greatest impact and promotes wholeness from within. This workshop is designed to provide each participant with a glimpse into their own well-being while simultaneously presenting them with tools that can be used alone or in complement with seeing a therapist.

Part Three-Integrating the Spirit: This workshop is designed to empower participants through use of visualization and education of metaphysical qualities that connect one to the possibilities of life. This portion includes a guided meditation followed by metaphysical education about chakra energy and use of affirmations.

  1. a) Introduction of topic-guided meditation
  2. b) Education
  3. c) Q&A and experiential sharing

More about our Facilitators:

Marquita Moten has a Master’s of Science degree in clinical mental health. She uses counseling, writing, meditation and energy work to assist others in recognizing their own sacredness. She is a mental health clinician, business owner, author, and lightworker. She is a National Certified Counselor, Associate Professional Counselor and certified Access Consciousness BARS practitioner.

Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, Ph.D. is a polymath who utilizes psychology, writing, and dance to help others heal and thrive. His roles include licensed clinical psychologist, professor, author, public speaker, and choreographer. Dr. Lassiter is the award-winning co-editor of Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation. This book received the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association’s Achievement Award. It is the first and only text to focus solely on Black LGBT American’s holistic health.

If you have any questions about Strut/ San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s events and or Trans Voices please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

 


Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit: Nurturing Queer Black Lives, Part Two

PART TWO: THE BODY

Join us Sunday, September 19th, at 2 PM for part two of this virtual workshop titled “Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit: Nurturing Queer Black Lives, PART TWO!”

 

This is part two of a three-part workshop series focused on queer black communities designed to educate participants on the benefits of incorporating awareness of the mind, body and spirit to foster mental well-being, healing and hope for the future.

Created and facilitated by our special guests Marquita Moten and Jonathan Mathias Lassiter PhD.

 

To be a part of this free workshop you must register here on EventBrite 

 

These workshops are presented by QTPOC at Strut, but all are welcome. The activities of this workshop will be presented in a manner that individuates each component through activity, while incorporating them through education and discussion. As mental health professionals, the hosts and facilitators believe a holistic approach to therapy provides the greatest impact and promotes wholeness from within. This workshop is designed to provide each participant with a glimpse into their own well-being while simultaneously presenting them with tools that can be used alone or in complement with seeing a therapist.

 

Part Two-Integrating the Body: This is a psycho-somatic workshop designed to promote increased awareness of, and connection to the physical body. We will discuss what psycho-somatic means, how it relates to mental health and bring awareness to participants by utilizing a dance activity.

  1. a) Introduction of topic and discussion
  2. b) Activity-Psychosomatic dance
  3. c) Q&A

 

More about our facilitators:

Marquita Moten has a Master’s of Science degree in clinical mental health. She uses counseling, writing, meditation and energy work to assist others in recognizing their own sacredness. She is a mental health clinician, business owner, author, and lightworker. She is a National Certified Counselor, Associate Professional Counselor and certified Access Consciousness BARS practitioner.

 

Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, Ph.D. is a polymath who utilizes psychology, writing, and dance to help others heal and thrive. His roles include licensed clinical psychologist, professor, author, public speaker, and choreographer. Dr. Lassiter is the award-winning co-editor of Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation. This book received the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association’s Achievement Award. It is the first and only text to focus solely on Black LGBT American’s holistic health.

 

If you have any questions about Strut/ San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s events and or Trans Voices please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org


Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit: Nurturing Queer Black Lives, Part One

Join us Saturday, August 28th, at 2 PM for this virtual workshop titled “Integrating Mind, Body and Spirit: Nurturing Queer Black Lives, PART ONE!”

This is a three-part workshop series focused on queer black communities designed to educate participants on the benefits of incorporating awareness of the mind, body and spirit to foster mental well-being, healing, and hope for the future.

Created and facilitated by our special guests Marquita Moten and Jonathan Mathias Lassiter PhD.

To be a part of the workshop you must register on EventBrite Here
These workshops are presented by QTPOC at Strut, but all are welcome. The activities of this workshop will be presented in a manner that individuates each component through activity, while incorporating them through education and discussion. As mental health professionals, the hosts and facilitators believe a holistic approach to therapy provides the greatest impact and promotes wholeness from within. This workshop is designed to provide each participant with a glimpse into their own well-being while simultaneously presenting them with tools that can be used alone or in complement with seeing a therapist.
1) Part One-Integrating the Mind: This is a psychoeducational workshop designed to educate participants on the benefits of mental health care, addressing stigma surrounding mental health in the Black queer community and how to choose the right therapist. We will include an activity prompt using the Anger Iceberg to demonstrate the difference between surface feelings and more in-depth emotional intelligence to foster healing.
a) Introduction of topic and discussion
b) Activity-presentation of Anger Iceberg, recognizing Depression
c) Q&A
More about our facilitators:
Marquita Moten has a Master’s of Science degree in clinical mental health. She uses counseling, writing, meditation and energy work to assist others in recognizing their own sacredness. She is a mental health clinician, business owner, author, and lightworker. She is a National Certified Counselor, Associate Professional Counselor and certified Access Consciousness BARS practitioner.
Jonathan Mathias Lassiter, Ph.D. is a polymath who utilizes psychology, writing, and dance to help others heal and thrive. His roles include licensed clinical psychologist, professor, author, public speaker, and choreographer. Dr. Lassiter is the award-winning co-editor of Black LGBT Health in the United States: The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation. This book received the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association’s Achievement Award. It is the first and only text to focus solely on Black LGBT American’s holistic health.
If you have any questions about Strut/ San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s events and or Trans Voices please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

TRANS VOICES: Pearl’s Tea with Sasha Colby!

Join us for a very special Trans Voices night with Pearl Teese in conversation with Sasha Colby!

Sasha Colby is known as an actor, dancer, model, legendary pageant winner, and trans activist, and LGBTQ advocate! Don’t miss this intimate event where you will get to bask in the amazingness of both Sasha Colby and our Trans Voices host-curator Pearl Teese as they discuss everything from being a performer, to community leadership, inspiration, and living the life you want to live. July 25th at 7 PM tune in for an in-depth interview, chat, and possibly some gossip with two incredible performers.

Make sure to reserve your free ticket on Eventbrite by visiting this LINK

More about Sasha Colby: Waimanalo, Hawaii native Sasha Colby has called home to many places, Chicago, Orlando, and now Los Angeles, but nothing compares to Hawaii. As a teen she trained with renowned dance company 24-VII Danceforce Studios, which fostered her love of performing. After high school, she transitioned not only from dancer to working drag queen and professional dancer but also from a little boy to the woman you see today. As an actress (Hawai’i 5-0 as well as a cameo in the upcoming feature film “Breaking Fast”), Dancer (Janet Jackson, Leann Rimes, Nightgowns with Sasha Velour), music video Choreographer for many of RuPaul s Drag Race Stars (Latrice Royale, Tatianna, Aja, Monique Heart), she also modeled for Michael Ngo, Marco Marco in runway and print work. Her most notable achievement was when she won the highly sought-after pageant title Miss Continental in 2012. The prestigious title gave her a platform in which she was able to advocate for LGBTQI+ issues, especially Trans related issues. Sasha counts activism and speaking out on these issues her true life’s work, to use her platform to influence others for the better.

If you have any questions about Strut/ San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s events and or Trans Voices please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org


QTPOC at Strut presents BLACK LOVE COMEDY NIGHT!

Join us on July 18th at 6:00pm (PDT) for Black Love COMEDY night!

Hosted by CYNTHIAINPUBLIC! presented by QTPOC at Strut!

with special guests
Kendra Dawsey! Scott Dobbin! Kai Choyce!
and your headliner KJ Whitehead!!
Black Queer comedians will bring you the funny, do standup, and have conversations about surviving, loving, and thriving!
Reserve your free ticket HERE!
Black Love was created in collaboration with Strut by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, and Beatrice L. Thomas back in 2016 and has been doing the performance series ever since!
Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions on how to get an appointment, or go to sfaf.org for more information

Strut Book Club reads “Here for It” by R. Eric Thomas

Greetings Queer Book Lovers!

For the month of June, we are reading “Here for It” by R. Eric Thomas

The Strut Book Club will be meeting
Monday, June 28th at 7 PM, (pdt) virtually!
(but also we might meet in person at Strut but if we do we will have a hybrid event so folks can still join us virtually.)
Please make sure to read the entire book beforehand and come ready to discuss your thoughts.
If you’d like to join us please join the book club by registering on our Facebook Group if you are not on Facebook email our facilitator and he will send you the zoom link (not a minute before the book club starts cause he won’t see it)
This queer book club has been around since 2003 and currently, we are holding meetings virtually due to the pandemic.
The link to the virtual book club meeting will be posted here on the day of the event.
If you have any questions about Strut’s events and or this Queer/Gay Book Club please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
More about the book:
R. Eric Thomas didn’t know he was different until the world told him so. Everywhere he went—whether it was his rich, mostly white, suburban high school, his conservative black church, or his Ivy League college in a big city—he found himself on the outside looking in.
In essays by turns hysterical and heartfelt, Thomas reexamines what it means to be an “other” through the lens of his own life experience. He explores the two worlds of his childhood: the barren urban landscape where his parents’ house was an anomalous bright spot, and the Eden-like school they sent him to in white suburbia. He writes about struggling to reconcile his Christian identity with his sexuality, the exhaustion of code-switching in college, accidentally getting famous on the internet (for the wrong reason), and the surreal experience of covering the 2016 election for Elle online, and the seismic changes that came thereafter. Ultimately, Thomas seeks the answer to these ever more relevant questions: Is the future worth it? Why do we bother when everything seems to be getting worse? As the world continues to shift in unpredictable ways, Thomas finds the answers to these questions by reenvisioning what “normal” means and in the powerful alchemy that occurs when you at last place yourself at the center of your own story.
Here for It will resonate deeply and joyfully with everyone who has ever felt pushed to the margins, struggled with self-acceptance, or wished to shine more brightly in a dark world. Stay here for it—the future may surprise you.

The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.