San Francisco AIDS Foundation locations, including Strut, will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019, for the Memorial Day Holiday. The Harm Reduction Center will be open from 9:00 am to 12:00pm. We will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.

African Americans

Our case management services, education resources and peer programs provide culturally-relevant health care and HIV services for Black and African American people in our community. With a long history of groups for and by Black communities, we continue to challenge the disproportionate effect of HIV on communities of color, and ensure that everyone has access to the tools and resources they need to be healthy and well.

Our Programs

Black Brothers Esteem

A program empowering gay, bisexual, and same-gender loving African American men who are at risk of HIV.

DREAAM Project

Drop in social & health events for gay, bisexual & queer African American and Black men age 30 and under.

Free 2 B

Drugs & alcohol support group for men of color.

Crystal Clear

Crystal meth support group for Black & African American men.

Bridgemen

Community group for gay, bisexual, and trans men making a difference through social events and service work.

Our Services

Black Brothers Esteem

Since the early days of the HIV epidemic in San Francisco, Black Brothers Esteem has provided prevention and support to African American and Black men in the Bay Area. Join us as we continue to support each other, celebrate our resilience and build community.

Find Support

The DREAAM Project

Determined to Respect and Encourage African American Men (DREAAM) is your place for Friday Night Kickbacks, karaoke contests, summer BBQs and other events and parties. If you’re an African American or Black GBQ man under age 30 looking for community, join us.

Turn Up

QTPOC at Strut

A weekly social, learning and wellness space made by and for Queer & Trans People of Color hosted at Strut every Thursday evening. Get access to PrEP services and find out more.

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