The Stonewall Project is a non-shaming and sex positive counseling program for men looking to make changes to their crystal meth, crack cocaine, powder cocaine, GHB, Ketamine, alcohol and/or other drug use.
We offer a broad range of services that recognize your strengths, integrate substance use and mental health counseling, mindfulness and wellness services. Stonewall is a treatment program committed to the harm-reduction philosophy. We invite you to bring all of who you are to services on your journey toward improved health, relationships, or functioning in the world.
Make Stonewall part of your solution:
Walk in Monday through Friday at 4 pm or call 415-487-3100 and speak with a counselor.
If we aren’t the right fit we can help you find support that is.
Walk In Program: Each week Stonewall offers a variety of walk in groups, book clubs, harm reduction education opportunities, syringe exchange services, individual counseling, and wellness services like meditation, massage and acupuncture. No paperwork, no intake, no waits. You decide what services are a good fit. See our walk in services schedule on the Stonewall website.
Structured Enrolled Program
First, visit us for a walk in counseling session 4 pm Monday through Friday at 1035 Market, 4th floor. Ask to do a new participant form.
Next, participate in three orientation groups (see Monday for details walk in services schedule on the Stonewall website.)
As an enrolled client you will meet with your counselor once a week for six to eighteen months and attend two groups each week designed to support your substance use goals.
Additionally, Stonewall offers elective groups on healing trauma, stress, anger, & communication, sex and sexuality, and mindfulness. Depending on your individual needs, we provide psychiatric assessments, anti-depressants/mood stabilizers or other psychiatric medications, and assistance linking to and obtaining services at other agencies.
Positive Reinforcement Opportunity Project- PROP: Ready to quit or reduce your use of crystal meth, cocaine or other stimulants? The PROP program provides structure, community, counseling, referrals, and financial incentives. PROP participants attend the PROP lounge three times a week for three months and are given monetary credits for non-reactive urine tests for stimulants. Meet with PROP Coordinator Rick Andrews to enroll in this supportive incentivized program for gay, bi, and transmen who have sex with men and male-to-female transgender people and choose to stop using stimulants. Call Rick Andrews 415-487-3115 to enroll. Visit the PROP page for more details.
If you answered YES to ANY of these questions, check out one of Stonewall’s harm reduction websites:
Tweaker.org is a Stonewall Project website offering information, resources, and support to gay men about crystal meth and how it affects their physical, mental, sexual, and social health. Tweaker.org is one of the finest harm reduction websites around dedicated to delivering respectful information to gay and bisexual men who are partying with crystal.
tspsf.com, aka The Speed Project is another Stonewall website chock full of helpful resources and information. It's the internet home of Broke But Not Bored in SF, as well as our community zine SPEEDOMETER. You will find practical information about San Francisco resources like HIV+ support, free/sliding scale counseling, alternatives to 12-step recovery options, where to get free meals and groceries, group meditations, free massage and acupuncture, fitness resources, grief support groups, activist groups, crisis services, and more.
Are you looking for an internship position working with clients addressing substance use? Are you a master’s-level student in counseling, psychology, or social work; a post-master’s AMFT, APCC, or ASW; or an alcohol and drug counselor seeking California certification? Learn more about our clinical internship positions.
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