Behavioral Health Services

Notice: Response to COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are currently limiting entrance to the Services Center.

If you are an existing client, please call us at (415) 476-3902 so we can connect you with your provider.

If you are seeking new services, please call us at (415) 476-3902 so we can assist you by phone.

If you do not have a phone, we will be here from 9:00AM - 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. Please ring the doorbell for further assistance.

Take heart. We will get through this. Together.

We are an LGBTQ specialty mental health clinic offering a range of support services to help with problems caused by living with HIV, mental illness and substance use.

If you are interested in our Behavioral Health Services, one of our staff will talk with you by phone or in person. They will ask you questions about your concerns and will determine if you are eligible for our services. If we are unable to assist you directly, we will refer you to services elsewhere.

What to Expect
If you are eligible to receive our services, then you will complete a detailed questionnaire about yourself and your health.

Next, you will schedule an appointment with one of our clinicians. At that appointment the clinician will ask you some more questions to better understand your story and what is troubling you.

The clinician will then talk with you and recommend a course of treatment and fill you in on potential wait times for those services. Together, you will come up with a plan to help address your needs.

After this appointment and depending on wait times, one of our clinicians will reach out to schedule your first treatment appointment.

The goal of our services is to reduce the symptoms of mental illness or substance use that cause problems for our clients. Our treatment options include the following services. You may enroll in one or more of these services depending on your treatment needs.



Small group sessions of people coping with similar challenges such as HIV, social isolation, sexual or gender identity issues, or substance use problems; and facilitated by staff clinicians and trained peers.