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Welcome to the website of Gaylesta: The Psychotherapist Association for Gender & Sexual Diversity. We provide mental health services including therapist referrals, education and consultation. Our members offer a wide range of specializations, allowing us to serve as a unique resource both to the LGBTQ communities and to other service providers. Join Gaylesta today! Let us connect you with other professionals through our members-only listserve, forums and groups. We work to promote awareness of the special skills our members have to offer the LGBTQ communities and the general public. We promote your practice through our online referral service, through which our members can market their practices, as well as through community outreach; advertising; and public speaking.
About Us Our formation and mission was inspired and driven by the shared vision of our 4 founding clinicians. We 4 became friends and colleagues while working together at New Leaf Services, which had to close its doors October 15th, 2010, after 35 years of serving the LGBTQQI community. Motivated by a mutual ambition to continue providing quality therapeutic services to the queer community in the Bay Area, we quickly gathered forces and were able to open our doors for service October 18th, 2010, in our new home in the Castro neighborhood of San Francisco. We are very excited to continue on in 2015 with a steadily growing and diverse client base and an additional 10 post graduate interns. Plans are underway to continue growing our post graduate intern training program this fall, strengthen our new collaborations with many LGBTQQI focused agencies here in San Francisco and to continue to spread the word about our new organization. Mission Statement The mission of the SF Therapy Collective is to serve and empower the many LGBTQQI identified individuals, couples and families of the Bay Area through building and growing a mental health practice and related services that focuses on issues that impact the queer community today. With special attention to respecting diversity and collaborating with the various agencies that currently assist our community, our vision and purpose is to enhance the quality of the queer community at large and to support its individual members.
We here at Queer LifeSpace firmly believe that a queer community that invests in its mental health is a queer community that thrives. This belief has fueled our dedication to providing effective, affordable mental health and substance abuse services to as much of our community as we possibly can.We are your very own community’s organization. An organization that is made up of us, especially for us.
Project Inform believes it is possible to create the first generation free of HIV and hepatitis C within the next decade. To achieve that dream, we focus our work in four areas: drug development, bio-medical prevention, education and health care access.
At the Men of Color Program (MOCP)/Black Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE), it’s all about you. We believe in listening to and working with our patients as partners and building trust, so you can achieve your best health and wellness. Any HIV-positive man of color in the San Francisco area is welcome at MOCP for HIV treatment, general health care, mental health care and social support, sexual health care, health education, case management, and more. The BHCOE is also open to HIV-positive African-American men and women not in optimal care.

A proud partner of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, the Positive Health Program (HIV/AIDS Clinic) at Ward 86 provides interprofessional, life-sustaining services including primary medical care, HIV specialty care [hepatitis treatment, psychiatry, dermatology, pulmonology, gynecology, and nutrition], urgent care, mental health and substance abuse support, clinical pharmacy services, social work services, and case management.

Compass Family Services helps homeless families and families at imminent risk for homelessness to achieve housing stability, family well-being, and self-sufficiency. Our six programs provide services to more than 5,000 parents and children each year, 50% of whom are under age 18. Of our 80+ staff members, 57% are people of color, 73% are women, and more than 20% have been homeless and bring firsthand knowledge to their work with clients.

Services include:

Founded in 1974 by veterans, Swords to Plowshares is a community-based not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides needs assessment and case management, employment and training, housing, and legal assistance to approximately 3,000 veterans in the San Francisco Bay Area each year.

Closed for lunch 12-1pm
Drop-in hours for new clients: 9-10am

Welcome to the web site of the Free Print Shop. You can download eleven charts to help find free food, shelter, medical aid, & help with neighborhood problems in San Francisco. Each of the charts can be downloaded to your computer (and printed if you wish).

The Women’s Therapy Center of Berkeley, California, is a non-profit organization founded in 1979 to offer affordable therapy and in-depth professional training to the San Francisco Bay Area community.

Our therapists provide psychotherapy for adult women of all ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientations as well as adolescent girls, couples, and transgender individuals.

The Women’s Therapy Center has two overlapping missions:

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