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TransCare Services

We welcome transgender, gender non-conforming, and intersex (TGNCI) clients at all of our locations and in all sexual health services. In addition, we have a variety of services specifically created for trans and gender non-binary, genderqueer and gender non-conforming people.

Services, info and advice provided by our trans-led program staff and experienced clinicians.

To access any of the following services, or for more information, call 415.437.3456.

Trans Health Services


Gender-affirming hormones

We can prescribe and provide gender-affirming hormones to address the spectrum of trans and non-binary needs. Advice and info provided so that you can make an informed choice about your individual transition goals.

For more information, call 415.437.3456.


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Hormone Level Checks

Hormone level checks are a quick assessment of hormone levels in your body using a blood sample. We offer hormone level checks to safely guide dosing changes in line with your transition goals. We will provide you with your current hormone levels and a recommendation for you to consider in order to meet your desired goals.

Hormone level checks are offered at all of our HIV and STI testing locations.

Download the Feminizing Hormones Gender Affirming Hormone Level Check Brochure.

Download the Masculinizing Hormones Gender Affirming Hormone Level Check Brochure.

Hormone Injection Assistance

We provide hormone injection assistance. Bring your gender-affirming hormones with you to your appointment, and a healthcare provider will administer your injection or provide self-injection education and training.

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We have a variety of other services including: anal health exams, vaginal and front hole exams, access to harm reduction supplies, community performing arts events, assistance accessing benefits, and more.

Call us at 415.437.3456 to find out more.

PrEP for HIV Prevention

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a highly effective method of HIV prevention. With PrEP, people who are HIV-negative take medication to reduce the risk of getting infected if they’re exposed to HIV.

PEP is a month-long course of medication for people who have been exposed to HIV in the previous 72 hours and are not currently taking PrEP.

You can access PrEP or PEP at San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

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If you’re living with HIV but aren’t in care or aren’t taking medication, we can help. We can provide interim HIV treatment and rapid HIV medication start. We can also help you access patient assistance programs and insurance benefits to help pay for treatment.

Make an appointment at Magnet to see one of our clinicians.

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Access harm reduction supplies including needles, works kits, and safer smoking supplies at the 6th Street Harm Reduction Center or at Strut.

Find substance use treatment and groups through the Stonewall Project.

Questions about Trans Health?

Talk to a clinician at Magnet. We can give info and advice about everything from silicone injecting, hormones, pre- and post-op complications, and more.

Call 415.437.3456 for more information.

Meet our trans health team

Janessa Broussard RN, MSN, AGNP-C

Vice President, Medical Affairs

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Janessa Broussard RN, MSN, AGNP-C

Vice President, Medical Affairs

Janessa Broussard, RN, MSN, AGNP-C directs clinical services at San Francisco AIDS Foundation, overseeing the provision of HIV prevention/PrEP, sexual health, HIV and hepatitis C care; services for transgender and non-binary clients; and clinical research. She is passionate about creating models of care that address the needs of communities with unmet needs, including LGBTQ+ individuals, people experiencing homelessness and people who inject drugs. She is proud to oversee multi-site clinical services for these communities at SFAF with a nurse-led team that continues the legacy of nurses being at the forefront of HIV care. In the coming years, Janessa is excited to lead efforts to expand PrEP access to more locations and priority communities, building on the strong PrEP program established by SFAF’s clinical team.

Prior to joining SFAF, Janessa specialized in LGBTQ care and HIV primary care at the UCSF Clinician Consultation Center, as an HIV primary care nurse practitioner at CPMC Davies, and at East Bay AIDS Center (EBAC). She also worked for more than eight years as an RN in the Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Center at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center. Since June 2018, Janessa has served as the president of the Association in Nurses in AIDS Care, Golden Gate Chapter. She received her adult geriatric nurse practitioner primary care (AGNP-C) degree with an HIV focus from University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She is currently pursuing a nursing PhD in sexual and gender minority research at UCSF, with research that will contribute to the development of comprehensive sexual and gender minority care guidelines, with attention to social justice in health care.


Join the social and support group TransLife, held every week. We are a group for people who need support for issues related to gender, identity, sexuality, drugs, sex work, hormone therapy, gender surgery and HIV.

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Positive Reinforcement Opportunity Project (PROP) provides support and incentives for people who want to quit or reduce meth use. PROP is open to trans and non-binary people in addition to gay, bisexual and queer men.

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