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Gray Gardens Social Lounge

This group provides a venue for guys 50 & older who are exploring their substance use to practice social skills, build peer support and decrease isolation. This is a low-key, no stress and unstructured group. Coffee, tea, snacks and good company provided.

Group Facilitators

Kyle Temple, LCSW

Sr. Director, Stonewall Project

Pronouns: He/him/his
415-437-3416
ktemple@sfaf.org
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Pronouns: He/him/his
415-437-3416 ktemple@sfaf.org

Kyle Temple, LCSW

Sr. Director, Stonewall Project

Kyle Temple, LCSW is the senior director of The Stonewall Project, San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s state-certified substance use treatment program, overseeing its day-to-day programming and operations. Stonewall services include individual and group counseling for community members at elevated risk of HIV and hepatitis C who wish to explore their relationship with drugs and alcohol.
Kyle brings experience living with HIV and a history of substance use to his work with the community, and holds Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Master of Social Welfare (MSW) degrees from University of California, Berkeley. He is driven by a belief that racism and stigma must end, equitable access to quality care is a right, and that all community members deserve to be treated with compassion, dignity, kindness, and respect.

The Stonewall Project offers several different drop-in groups for gay, bi and queer men looking to make changes to their relationship with drug and alcohol. Find a drop-in group that works for you.

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