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  • Naomi Drexler

    Spotlight on Staff – Naomi Drexler

    AHP clinician Naomi Drexler always knew she would become a therapist. Therapy was the “fabric of her world” from the very beginning. Not only were her mother and other family members therapists, but also her family was a place where feelings were ever present. Within the …

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    Welcome Eduardo Hernandez!

    During his time at San Francisco State University, Eduardo Hernandez wanted to become a teacher: he dreamed of being a leader, a communicator of ideas, an agent of social change. Hernandez’s passion for social­ justice—particularly surrounding anti-war and anti-racism issues—is part of his very core. …

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    Thankful, From The Directors

    It does not take a turn of the calendar to November—the so-called gratitude month—for us to recognize how much we have to be grateful for. And we say this despite the fact that so many of our clients are suffering from mental health crises, the …

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    Ladi Khoddam: Bringing Passion and More

    Ladi Khoddam calls herself “a passionate ally to the LGBTQ community.” At AHP, that’s precisely what we need. But passion is only part of the job description Khoddam has written for herself in her quest to help AHP as an AmeriCorps member (our first!). She …

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    Artist Spotlight: Kevin Hackett

    Artist Spotlight: Kevin Hackett An Irish architect who moved to San Francisco twelve years ago, Hackett has since become deeply connected to the city he now calls home. “Any local cause is a cause of mine, and I am very invested in Art for AIDS.” …

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    Matthew Turner: Volunteer and Donor

    A dedicated Art for AIDS participant who has been in attendance for the past decade and served on the host and planning committees, Matthew MacCaul Turner was elated to discover that the jury had selected one of his photographs to be included in the 19th …

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