The Stonewall ProjectDHCS Program # 380096AN, Expires 03/31/2026

The Stonewall Project supports folks who have concerns about their drug and alcohol use and are thinking about making changes. Our harm reduction counseling services center queer, gay, bisexual, and same-gender-loving men; trans and nonbinary folks; and other men who have sex with men.

All goals are welcome and can range from complete abstinence, targeted abstinence, or safer use based on a desire to improve health, relationships, and overall quality of life.

We welcome you wherever you’re at and do not require abstinence for you to receive services.

To learn more about Stonewall Project and whether its right for you, call us at 415-487-3100 or email at stonewall@sfaf.org.

 

Our Services

Drop-in Group Services

No intake and no waits. Check out our drop-in virtual and in-person groups, book clubs, social engagement, and holistic healing spaces.

Short-term, incentivized risk reduction consultations

Low threshold, incentive based short term work with an individual counselor to establish a personalized harm reduction plan.

Contingency Management

Interested in stopping, reducing, or changing your relationship to meth or cocaine? The Positive Reinforcement Opportunity Project (PROP) provides structure, community, counseling, and financial incentives in a 12 week program for people interested in reducing or quitting their use of crystal meth, cocaine or other stimulants.

Please contact Tyrone Clifford (tclifford@sfaf.org; 415-699-2930) or Wayne Rafus (wrafus@sfaf.org; 415-487-3124) with any questions around PROP services, including how to get enrolled.

Enrolled Counseling Program

Our support groups provide a safe place to discuss your substance use, build community, and access the collective wisdom of your peers to teach harm reduction skills and help you reach your goals. We ask clients in the enrolled program to attend a minimum of two groups per week. Supplemental individual counseling is accessible as appropriate and depending on counselor availability.

Ready to Get Started?

Email us at stonewall@sfaf.org or call 415-487-3100 for more information.

The Stonewall Project Staff

Michael Ackermann

Administrative Manager, Behavioral Health Services

Anthony Arauza

Health Educator I

Pronouns: He/him
415-487-3111

Robert Holum, LMFT

Director, Clinical Internship Training Program, Stonewall Project

Pronouns: He/him/his
415-487-8067
rholum@sfaf.org
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Pronouns: He/him/his
415-487-8067 rholum@sfaf.org

Robert Holum, LMFT

Director, Clinical Internship Training Program, Stonewall Project

Robert Holum, LMFT, has been the director of the Stonewall Project clinical internship program since 2013. A graduate of New College of California and a licensed marriage and family therapist since 2004, Robert has worked as a clinical supervisor for the Bayview Hunters Point Foundation in San Francisco and the Pacific Center in Berkeley. He has also served as an adjunct faculty instructor for the University of San Francisco’s master’s program in counseling psychology, and a research counselor for the UCSF Alliance Health Project’s RED+ Study. Robert maintained a private practice for 10 years, providing psychotherapy and consultation with a specialization in HIV behavioral health.

Robert is currently a member of the Community Advisory Board of City College of San Francisco’s Addiction and Recovery Studies program. He has served as an evaluator for the MFT Consortium of California’s Educational Stipend Program, which encourages graduate students from underserved communities to embark on careers in public behavioral health.

Robert is passionate about clinical education as a tool to help aspiring counselors find their unique voices and bring out the best in themselves.

Tomas Llorence

Health Educator I

Pronouns: He/him
415-487-3104

Taylor Quentin

Health Educator I

Pronouns: He/they
415-487-3109

Servando Quiñones

Stonewall Client Service Navigator

Pronouns: He/him
415-940-2216

Steven Rogers

Health Educator I

Ivana Staiti, ASW

Counselor I

Pronouns: They/them
415-487-8041

Kyle Temple, LCSW

Senior 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

Senior Director, Stonewall Project

Kyle Temple, LCSW is Senior Director of The Stonewall Project at San Francisco AIDS Foundation. He oversees day to day programming and operations for SFAF’s harm reduction substance use treatment program. The Stonewall Project provides individual and group counseling support for community members who wish to explore their relationship with drugs and alcohol, and mitigate the potential for harm caused by their use, including elevated risk of HIV and Hepatitis C. In this model of care, substance use goals are set by participants and include a range of options including safer use, targeted abstinence, and abstinence.

Kyle brings experience living with HIV and a history of substance use to his work with 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 stigma kills, equitable access to quality care is a right, and that all community members deserve to be treated with compassion, dignity, kindness, and respect.

Roy Tidwell

Coordinator, Contingency Management

Christoph Zepeda, LPCC

Counselor II

Pronouns: He/him
415-487-8013

The Stonewall Project’s Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) program certification number is # 380096AN, Expires 03/31/2024.

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