HIV

For almost 30 years, the UCSF Alliance Health Project has helped San Francisco residents to protect themselves from HIV and to cope with the psychological and emotional challenges of living with HIV. Our commitment has not diminished since 2010, when we expanded of our mission to include LGBTQ mental health.

Obtaining HIV Services

AHP offers a broad range of professional and peer-based emotional services at no cost. Some services have income and insurance status limits. Most require an Intake Appointment, which will help us determine which of our services best meet your needs.

Where We Are, When We Are Open, and
How to Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an Intake, please contact us at 415-476-3902 and ask to speak with the triage clinician on duty. You can also drop-in for triage—Monday through Friday from 9AM to 11AM—at the AHP Services Center, 1930 Market Street.

Learn More About Our HIV Services

If you are an individual seeking mental health support or other AHP HIV services, consider these options:

If you are an individual seeking HIV-related training or publications, check out this section of our web site: Provider Education and Training

Resources

We have compiled a list of other [Link: [page title TBD:] local resources covering the following areas: housing and finances; legal and policy; LGBTQ; communities of color; and HIV and HIV testing.

Volunteer with Us

AHP relies on volunteer support to help expand our ability to serve as many people as possible. To ensure that volunteers are successful, we provide training and supervision by our professional mental health staff.

Simply put, AHP’s support groups and workshop programs would not be possible without the help of our volunteer facilitators.

Group Facilitation
Workshop Facilitation
Volunteer Benefits
Volunteer Requirements
More Information

More About Our HIV Services History

Our History and Evolution