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November Updates from Syringe Access Services

We are recruiting trans and non-binary folks to participate in a secondary syringe exchange program.

Volunteer Orientations 

We are pleased to share with you that we are at capacity for our new volunteer orientation taking place Saturday, November 6th from 2-4 pm at 1035 Market Street.

If you are interested in joining us in the future for trainings please sign up at Shiftboard.com. 

Volunteers at SAS play a vital role in supporting the community response to the overdose epidemic, providing health education and safer supplies to reduce the spread of HIV and Hepatitis C.

Community Secondary Exchange Program 

SAS currently has two programs that train folks who use drugs how to best serve their community and provide harm reduction supplies to those communities. In exchange for being in the program participants get paid and attend weekly trainings. 

Our gender-focused secondary syringe program, for folks that identify as trans or non-binary, is still actively recruiting. 

This program uplifts the work that many people who use drugs already do–providing their own communities with resources, harm reduction supplies, and health education. If you know of anyone who identifies as being trans or non-binary and is interested, please reach out to azimmer@sfaf.org. 

 

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation

San Francisco AIDS Foundation promotes health, wellness and social justice for communities most impacted by HIV through sexual health and substance use services, advocacy, and community partnerships. Each year more than 25,000 people rely on SFAF programs and services, and millions more access SFAF health information online.