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    National Coming Out Day

    Today is National Coming Out Day, and we asked our staff and clinical interns to tell us what it means to them to come out and be out as LGBTQ.    “Today it is more important than ever to be out. To be visible, engaged and vocal. When …

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    Staff Spotlight—Charlie Dunkin Gives Back

    When AHP hung a “Black Lives Matter” banner above the front entryway of our Market Street services center, Charlie Dunkin knew he’d found his work family. That gesture of commitment to and support for justice reflected Dunkin’s long-held beliefs, and he wanted to work at …

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    New AHP Program Seeks to Inspire: Community Mental Health Training

    AHP was born of the vision of its founders, specifically of our executive director, James Dilley, who sought to give HIV-affected San Franciscans access to community mental health and public psychiatry, the sorts of services that “meet people where they’re at” and offer them the …

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    We Watched Paint Dry, and We Enjoyed It!

    Next time you visit the AHP Services Center take a look around. Where are the scuff marks at the base of the walls, the dings in their finish? Where are the old colors? The answers are in the paint—enough of it, that is, to cover …

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    Welcome Caitlin Andrews!

    Caitlin Andrews learned as a child, working in her family’s restaurant in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, that what people want most is someone to listen to their story. Although Andrews is shy and reserved, her daily contact with customers nurtured her innate curiosity, the wonder of getting …

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    Spotlight on Alfie Pacheco

    Alfonso Pacheco, also known as “Alfie”, started young—as a giver, that is. From the time when he was selected to be one of only 10 Bay Area high school students to participate in an NIH-funded, peer-based, HIV prevention education pilot project, Pacheco knew he would …

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