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  • AHP At ParadeSM

    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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  • AHP SQUARE Logo

    AHP Seeks Provider Training & Education Manager

    JOB OVERVIEW Under the direction of Alliance Health Project (AHP) Director, the Provider Training and Education Manager (PTE Manager) oversees program planning and development, curriculum development, participant recruitment and registration, course implementation, staffing, evaluation and quality assurance, and contractual relationships necessary to fulfill AHP’s provider …

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    AHP Seeks Program Assistant

    JOB OVERVIEW Under the supervision of the Provider Training and Education (PTE) Manager, the PTE Program Assistant III has primary responsibility for the day-to-day administrative functioning of the PTE program, including overseeing the work of other administrative personnel or temporary personnel, if funding allows. The …

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  • Multi Hands 2

    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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  • Volunteer John Johsnon LGBTQ HIV

    Volunteer Spotlight: John Johnson

    “Being an AHP emotional support volunteer helped me stay grounded and kept my mind off of my own precarious—yet unknown at the time—HIV status,” John Johnson said as he narrated a history going back 30 years which eventually led to an HIV diagnosis and a …

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