The Stonewall Project
Counseling for gay, bisexual, queer & trans men interested in changing their relationship to drugs & alcohol.
We know managing drug and alcohol use and reducing the harm that substances can cause is easier with support. Our programs are non-shaming and judgement-free, connecting you with counselors, health educators and volunteers who are experts in harm reduction.
Whether you want to end your substance use or learn ways to better manage it, we can help with substance use counseling, mindfulness and wellness services, one-on-one support and harm reduction supplies.
The 6th Street Harm Reduction Center is a place of welcome and a pathway to improved health and healing. Located in the Tenderloin/SoMa neighborhood, the Harm Reduction Center provides health services and supplies that help people who inject drugs manage their health, prevent overdose, and stop HIV and hepatitis C transmission.
Fentanyl and its analogs continues to change the drug landscape in San Francisco. Our goal is to provide the latest information and training, in combination with Narcan (naloxone), to reduce preventable deaths due to overdose.
Through the Street Medicine Team, we offer Suboxone treatment to people who are experiencing homelessness or unstable housing at our Harm Reduction Center.
Added by Mayor London Breed to the March 5 ballot, measure F will cut benefits for welfare recipients who are suspected of illicit substance use if they do not go to mandated treatment programs.
A new year brings time for reflection, change, and renewed commitment to reaching our goals.
The ceremony we hold is a special way to celebrate the accomplishments of clients who have completed and maintained their treatment goals with The Stonewall Project.
The following are the words from an HIV & harm reduction activist delivered on June 5,...
Real solutions to address San Francisco’s drug crisis.
We are alarmed by reports of law enforcement confiscating safe supplies and penalizing people for accessing and possessing harm reduction and disease prevention resources.
A new program offers individualized support for people interested in starting medication assisted treatment for opioid use.
SFAF y la Coalición Nacional para la reducción de daños llevó a cabo una evaluación de necesidades para analizar las condiciones, los retos, y las barreras que afectan a las personas latinas que consumen drogas.