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Substance Use Counseling

In order to maintain Stonewall counseling services during the COVID-19 “shelter-in-place” order, Stonewall will be offering ongoing groups and “walk-in” services remotely via Zoom.

Walk-in services will be offered remotely  Mon-Fri during the hours of 4pm –5pm or as scheduled by on-call counselors. Call in to 415-487-3100 before 4pm, leave your full name, request for walk-in counseling&please state your phone number two times.

We provide non-shaming and sex-positive counseling and support for people interested in examining their relationship to drugs including crystal meth, cocaine, crack, GHB, ketamine, opiates and alcohol.

All substance use goals are supported and welcome. That means, whether you’re looking for safer use, managed use, reduced use, partial abstinence, or complete abstinence, there’s something for you. You do not need to be sober to access our services.

Services are confidential and free of charge.

Walk-in Individual Substance Use Counseling

Want to talk to a substance use counselor about how drugs and alcohol are working–or not working–in your life? If it’s time for a change, find out more about our substance use services.

In order to maintain Stonewall counseling services during the COVID-19 “shelter-in-place” order, Stonewall will be offering ongoing groups and “walk-in” services remotely via Zoom.

Walk-in services will be offered remotely  Mon-Fri during the hours of 4pm –5pm or as scheduled by on-call counselors. Call in to 415-487-3100 before 4pm, leave your full name, request for walk-in counseling&please state your phone number two times.


Main Office Strut

Walk-in Group Counseling

Drop in to substance use groups for people of color, book clubs, harm reduction counseling sessions, acupuncture, and other groups for people interested in changing their relationship to drugs and alcohol.


Walk-in substance use support

Enroll in Our Structured Program

Manage your substance use, cut down or work towards abstinence at your own pace by joining our structured substance use program. People who enroll in the structured program agree to meet with their counselor once a week for six to 18 months and attend two groups each week designed to support their substance use goals.

To enroll, visit us for a walk-in counseling session with a Stonewall counselor at 4 pm, Monday – Friday at either our Main Office or Strut. The counselor will give you the information you need to enroll in the program.


Main Office Strut Stonewall Project

Our Counselors

Alex Locust, APCC, CRC

Counselor-Coordinator, Black, Indigenous and People of Color Services

(He/him/his)

Phone: 415-487-3112

Email: alocust@sfaf.org

Anibal Mejia, LMFT

Counselor II Supervisor, Stonewall Project

Phone: 415-487-3125

Email: amejia@sfaf.org

Languages: Spanish, Portuguese

Jeremy Prillwitz, LAADC-CA

Counselor II, Stonewall Project

Phone: 415-487-3104

Email: jprillwitz@sfaf.org

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Jeremy Prillwitz, LAADC-CA

Counselor II, Stonewall Project

Phone: 415-487-3104

Email: jprillwitz@sfaf.org

Jeremy Prillwitz, MA, LAADC has been a counselor at the Stonewall Project since 2012. He is a frequent presenter on harm reduction at conferences and trainings. He is currently writing a book challenging the abstinence-only treatment monopoly in the U.S., and highlighting the positive and pro-social aspects of drugs.

Programs

The Stonewall Project

Counseling for gay, bisexual, queer & trans men interested in changing their relationship to drugs & alcohol.

Cheers Queers

Alcohol counseling supporting reduced or managed drinking, or abstinence.

PROP

Support for gay, bisexual, queer men, all trans, non-binary individuals wanting to reduce meth or cocaine use.

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