San Francisco AIDS Foundation locations, including Strut, will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019, for the Memorial Day Holiday. The Harm Reduction Center will be open from 9:00 am to 12:00pm. We will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.

Walk-in Substance Use Support

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, opioids 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.

The Stonewall Project counseling services are available for gay, bisexual, queer and trans men and other men who have sex with men. Safer injection and smoking supplies and support from Syringe Access Services and the Harm Reduction Center are available for everyone. Services are confidential and free of charge.

Walk-in schedule from the Stonewall Project

We offer substance use counseling groups for gay, bisexual, queer men for people that provide a welcoming and friendly place to explore substance use. Stop by to talk to a Stonewall counselor at 4 pm, Monday – Friday at either our Main Office or Strut. No paperwork, no intake, no RSVP needed.

Download the current schedule of walk-in programs and groups.

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Groups & Services

Orientation to the Stonewall Project

Get more info about our harm reduction counseling and approach, and how it can help you identify, plan and achieve your substance use goals.

Start Here!

Book Clubs

Join a book club group for a guided discussion of harm reduction books like “Over the Influence.” There’s no need to do any advance reading, and you can join at any chapter.

Over the Influence Book Club | Stonewall Reading & Discussion Group

Individual walk-in counseling

Meet with a substance use counselor to discuss concerns related to substance use, how to make changes, our available groups and services and how to enroll in our structured program.

Substance Use Counseling

Smart Drinking

Find your way to safer drinking, controlled drinking, reduced drinking or quitting at this group where you can explore and discuss alcohol use.

Smart Drinking

Groups for People of Color

We host a variety of safe spaces led by men of color for men of color to explore the intersections of race, sexuality and substance use.

Free 2 B | Crystal Clear

Overdose prevention

We want to equip you with the skills and tools to reverse opiate overdose in our communities. We also provide syringe access and disposal services and, fentanyl testing strips.

Overdose Prevention

Upcoming Events

Group Facilitators

Jeremy Prillwitz, LAADC-CA

Counselor II, Stonewall Project
415-487-3104
jprillwitz@sfaf.org
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Jeremy Prillwitz, LAADC-CA

Counselor II, Stonewall Project

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.

Healthy works & safer drug use supplies

Get access to safer injection & smoking supplies, overdose prevention, and more.

Get Access

Groups, lounges and support at the Harm Reduction Center

Stop in for groups and lounges, harm reduction counseling, safer injection support or a place to stop and rest. Hours, location and more info about the Harm Reduction Center.

Harm Reduction Center Groups

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