Stonewall Project Service Schedule
October 2022–January 2023
Para servicios en español por favor llame a Aníbal Mejía al 415-699-8160
Para información acerca de reducción de daños usando anfetaminas
use la página web https://tweaker.org/inicio/?lang=es
Dear current and interested Stonewall participants,
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Stonewall is offering ongoing groups and “walk-in/call-in” services, both in person and via Zoom. Additionally, services through PROP, PROP for All, and Cheers Queers are continuing. Please review this document to better understand all available services.
We are sorry to inform you that the Stonewall Project cannot provide services to people who reside or are currently located outside the state of California. Unfortunately, laws and regulations in most states, including California, preclude providing therapy or counseling across state lines. The Stonewall Project apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.
There is an email distribution list for the schedule with Zoom ID#’s – please leave an email address with us at Stonewall@sfaf.org, at our mainline @ 415-487-3100, or with your counselor and we can add you to that list to be distributed as the schedule is updated.
These services can be reached directly via the link provided, via http://www.Zoom.us/join or the call-in number *67 669 900 6833, with the Zoom ID number & password associated with the service offered.
You can also call the mainline at Stonewall to be connected with individual support if you have difficulty connecting to the group session. Please leave a voicemail clearly stating your request, your full name, and repeating your phone number twice. Any voicemails will be returned as soon as possible by available personnel.
Note: This is not a crisis service and response may be delayed pending staff availability. Please dial 911 or go to the nearest hospital if there is a life-threatening emergency.
Days & Time: Monday – Friday, 10am to 6pm
How to access: Call 415-487-3100 and leave a message including:
Please call this mainline for any questions/requests around Stonewall services during the COVID-19 Service disruptions. Note: This is not a crisis service and response may be delayed pending staff availability. Please dial 911 if there is a life-threatening emergency or go to your nearest hospital.
A Home Group is a place where you can feel at home in your substance use journey. You will utilize your Home Group each week to build new skills and connect with your peers. Groups are organized by goals in terms of Managed Use or Abstinence focus. Please reach out to email@example.com or 415-487-3100 to inquire about getting enrolled to access a Home Group. If you are already enrolled in our counseling program, please talk to your individual counselor to access a Home Group.
For anybody whose gender identity exists under the trans umbrella. This includes but is not limited to transgender, nonbinary, and gender questioning folks. Come discuss topics like gender euphoria and dysphoria, navigating a cis-normative world, and building community. All substance use goals welcome. #OpenDiscussion #SupportGroup #InPerson
Let’s stay connected. Come get and give support and talk about substance use and harm reduction. How do we do harm reduction in this challenging time? #LargeGroup #PsychoEducation
Want to talk about what's going on in your world these days? Need a break from Zoom? Let’s get together and spill some tea! Off Mute is a substance use support group that will focus on sharing and reconnecting after much time apart and is open to folks with all substance use goals. #OpenDiscussion #InPersonSupport
Reclaim is a space that centers and uplifts the Black experience. Our goal is to cultivate a space that is open, honest and supportive for Stonewall participants who may find a Black-centric space healing. In this interactive support group, the facilitators will offer topics of conversation to connect, empower and support each other as we address mental health needs, emotional skills building, aspirations and growth through healing. We support each other around issues related to substance use, racism, microaggressions, sexual health, isolation and much more. We look forward to welcoming you and building our community together.
Come connect, learn and practice new mindfulness strategies, tailored towards coping with the effects of the “Shelter in place” order, social distancing, the news of the day, & of course, harm reduction. #Mindfulness #Midsizedgroup
Want to explore and adjust your drinking habits? Want to connect with others to strategize more harm reduction techniques? Find your way to safer drinking, controlled drinking, reduced drinking or quitting at the Smart Drinking Group. #MidsizedGroup #OpenDiscussion
Reúnete con nosotros para hablar de alcohol y drogas en la comunidad Latinx. Este será un espacio relajado y libre de juicios para conversar acerca de como utilizar drogas y alcohol de manera moderada y menos dañina.
This group provides space for gay, bi, & trans men 50 & older to explore & celebrate the achievement of aging & making the most of it. We talk about sex, drugs, health, family, & anything else that’s on our minds as we navigate getting older with dignity and pride. #LargeGroup #Discussion #PlannedTopic #SupportGroup
This group provides a safe environment for those with an abstinence goal to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain abstinence from all substances. All are welcome wherever you are in your journey with abstinence. #SupportGroup #PsychoEducation
This group provides a safe environment for those with a targeted abstinence goal (meaning, abstinence from one or more drugs, but not from all drugs) to support one another, share knowledge, and learn skills that will help them to achieve and maintain their substance use goals. #SupportGroup #PsychoEducation
Start your day off with some harm reduction and community! Give and receive support. Explore various harm reduction tools and topics including substances, sex, identity, dating, and healing. Come as you are. All goals are welcome. #PsychoEducation #OpenDiscussion #Virtual
Life is a creative process! Join us in this art therapy group and Express Yourself! Welcoming all artistic levels, all you need is an open mind and willingness to play. Tapping into creative flow and processing the meaning of our art in a group setting can help us gain insight, healing, support, build self-esteem and make expressing ourselves more accessible.
TRANS/form is a harm reduction group for people who identify as trans, genderqueer, non-conforming, genderfluid, and/or nonbinary. All substance use goals are welcome here from safer use to abstinence.
A process group for those who are meeting their substance use goals and thinking about life beyond Stonewall or want to dive deeper into life issues. Group discussion is member-driven and focuses on issues of growth and change brought to the group by each member. Consistent and regular attendance is expected. #ProcessGroup #SmallGroup #ParticipantDrivenDiscussion
Wanting to get the best out of your weekend and not have your weekend get the best of you? Come to “Taking Care of Business,” a group designed to help folks launch from Friday into the days that follow by thinking through possibilities and choices, as well as taking stock of where we’re at now, in order to optimize ourselves for where we’re headed. This group is a harm-reduction, peer support group helping Stonewall participants to manage their choices around substance use and all that goes with. Group discussion focuses on topics brought in by facilitators as well as participants and also from the lived experiences and insights of participants.
A friendly, welcoming place for gay/bi/MSM men and trans and non-binary people interested in exploring their relationship to drugs, alcohol, sex, dating and other topics before the weekend. Come as you are - high, low or in between. All harm reduction goals supported. #LargeGroup #OpenDiscussion
PROP, the Positive Reinforcement Opportunity Project, provides structured community, counseling, referrals and support for including gay, bi and trans men and other men who have sex with men, and trans women interested in addressing their use of meth or cocaine. Any and all goals are supported.
The below information is for currently enrolled clients only. Please contact Tyrone Clifford at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-699-2930 with any questions around PROP services, including how to get enrolled.
Are you a gay, bi or trans man who has sex with men? Do you like to drink?
Please contact us at 415-487-3100 to see if you are eligible for our incentive-based risk-reduction consultation.