Tag: HRC

Welcoming Medical Care and Access to Suboxone

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for welcoming medical care and access to suboxone via our partnership with the Street Medicine Team operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Suboxone is one of the most effective treatment options available for people who would like to stop or reduce their use of heroin, fentanyl, or other opiates. We offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

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


Hep C Treatment Support Group

We offer a treatment and support group for people enrolled in our Hep C Wellness Program. This is a time for program participants to have a space to check in with program staff and each other, share their experiences and give and get support. Join us for a meal, take your medication, and have access to our HCV Wellness medical providers.

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


Movie Night for People Who Inject Drugs

Join us for an evening of snacks, a movie, and community for people who inject drugs.

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


Welcoming Medical Care and Access to Suboxone

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for welcoming medical care and access to suboxone via our partnership with the Street Medicine Team operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Suboxone is one of the most effective treatment options available for people who would like to stop or reduce their use of heroin, fentanyl, or other opiates. We offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

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


Opiate Users Support Lounge

Join us for lunch and have a space to give and get support around using opiates and managing your opiate use. There will be access to medical care and suboxone after the group.

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


Hepatitis C Linkage and Treatment

Almost everyone living with hepatitis C (HCV) can now be cured with an 8 – 12 week, once-a-day medication. People who inject can access free onsite hepatitis C treatment at the Harm Reduction Center. In our program, you get support before, during, and after the treatment process, and you learn how to prevent reinfection. And, all services are provided at the Harm Reduction Center.

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


Safer Injection Workshop

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for an evening of safe injection and vein care skills building.

Work with one of our health educators utilizing a vein finder to help increase your understanding of your body and its relationship to injection related health.

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


Harm Reduction Center Art Workshop

Tuesdays 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Stop by and join us for an evening of art and community for people who inject drugs. No art experience is necessary. Let’s get creative and make art!

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


Hepatitis C Linkage and Treatment

Almost everyone living with hepatitis C (HCV) can now be cured with an 8 – 12 week, once-a-day medication. People who inject can access free onsite hepatitis C treatment at the Harm Reduction Center. In our program, you get support before, during, and after the treatment process, and you learn how to prevent reinfection. And, all services are provided at the Harm Reduction Center.

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


Welcoming Medical Care and Access to Suboxone

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for welcoming medical care and access to suboxone via our partnership with the Street Medicine Team operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Suboxone is one of the most effective treatment options available for people who would like to stop or reduce their use of heroin, fentanyl, or other opiates. We offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

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


Hep C Treatment Support Group

We offer a treatment and support group for people enrolled in our Hep C Wellness Program. This is a time for program participants to have a space to check in with program staff and each other, share their experiences and give and get support. Join us for a meal, take your medication, and have access to our HCV Wellness medical providers.

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


Movie Night for People Who Inject Drugs

Join us for an evening of snacks, a movie, and community for people who inject drugs.

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


Welcoming Medical Care and Access to Suboxone

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for welcoming medical care and access to suboxone via our partnership with the Street Medicine Team operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Suboxone is one of the most effective treatment options available for people who would like to stop or reduce their use of heroin, fentanyl, or other opiates. We offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

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


Opiate Users Support Lounge

Join us for lunch and have a space to give and get support around using opiates and managing your opiate use. There will be access to medical care and suboxone after the group.

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


Hepatitis C Linkage and Treatment

Almost everyone living with hepatitis C (HCV) can now be cured with an 8 – 12 week, once-a-day medication. People who inject can access free onsite hepatitis C treatment at the Harm Reduction Center. In our program, you get support before, during, and after the treatment process, and you learn how to prevent reinfection. And, all services are provided at the Harm Reduction Center.

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


Safer Injection Workshop

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for an evening of safe injection and vein care skills building.

Work with one of our health educators utilizing a vein finder to help increase your understanding of your body and its relationship to injection related health.

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


Harm Reduction Center Art Workshop

Tuesdays 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Stop by and join us for an evening of art and community for people who inject drugs. No art experience is necessary. Let’s get creative and make art!

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


Hepatitis C Linkage and Treatment

Almost everyone living with hepatitis C (HCV) can now be cured with an 8 – 12 week, once-a-day medication. People who inject can access free onsite hepatitis C treatment at the Harm Reduction Center. In our program, you get support before, during, and after the treatment process, and you learn how to prevent reinfection. And, all services are provided at the Harm Reduction Center.

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


Welcoming Medical Care and Access to Suboxone

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for welcoming medical care and access to suboxone via our partnership with the Street Medicine Team operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Suboxone is one of the most effective treatment options available for people who would like to stop or reduce their use of heroin, fentanyl, or other opiates. We offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

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


Hep C Treatment Support Group

We offer a treatment and support group for people enrolled in our Hep C Wellness Program. This is a time for program participants to have a space to check in with program staff and each other, share their experiences and give and get support. Join us for a meal, take your medication, and have access to our HCV Wellness medical providers.

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


Movie Night for People Who Inject Drugs

Join us for an evening of snacks, a movie, and community for people who inject drugs.

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


Welcoming Medical Care and Access to Suboxone

Join us at the Harm Reduction Center for welcoming medical care and access to suboxone via our partnership with the Street Medicine Team operated by the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Suboxone is one of the most effective treatment options available for people who would like to stop or reduce their use of heroin, fentanyl, or other opiates. We offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity.

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


Opiate Users Support Lounge

Join us for lunch and have a space to give and get support around using opiates and managing your opiate use. There will be access to medical care and suboxone after the group.

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


Hepatitis C Linkage and Treatment

Almost everyone living with hepatitis C (HCV) can now be cured with an 8 – 12 week, once-a-day medication. People who inject can access free onsite hepatitis C treatment at the Harm Reduction Center. In our program, you get support before, during, and after the treatment process, and you learn how to prevent reinfection. And, all services are provided at the Harm Reduction Center.

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