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Native Resources
Bay Area Resources
Needle Exchange and Harm Reduction Links

Native Resources

National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
Telephone: (720) 382-2244

NNAAPC offers a variety of programs to help promote education about HIV/AIDS, support prevention efforts, and help foster healthy attitudes about sexuality and sexual health in the Native community.

Indian Health Services


Federal health program for American Indians and Alaska Natives.

National Council of Urban Indian Health


Devoted to support and develop quality accessible healthcare programs for all American Indian and Alaska Natives living in urban communities.

National Indian Health Board


The NIHB advocates on behalf of all 562 federally-recognized Tribes in the development of national Indian health policy.

Native News

Telephone (907) 793-3500


National Native News covers the social, economic and cultural issues that affect every community, and helps radio listeners understand the interconnectedness between Native people and their non-Native neighbors.

SNAG Magazine


Urban Native-based magazine with art, essays, poetry and photos from young Natives across the Americas.

Bay Area Resources

UCSF AIDS Health Project (UCSF/AHP)
Telephone: (415) 476-3902


Provides peer support groups and therapy for HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals, and for couples.

National HIV Treatment Hotline – Project Inform

Telephone: (800) 822-7422


The Hotline has served tens of thousands of callers since 1985, staffed with HIV-positive individuals who help callers sort through issues that most people living with HIV face at some time in their lives.

Project Open Hand

Telephone: (415) 447-2300


Delivers meals and groceries to people living with HIV/AIDS, seniors and critically ill persons under 60 years old.

Positive Resource Center

Telephone: (415) 777-0333


Mission is to assist people affected by HIV/AIDS through culturally appropriate counseling, education and advocacy in making informed choices which maximize available benefits and employment opportunities.


Telephone: (415) 674-4700


Offer various resources and counseling to those living with HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and caregivers.

Stop AIDS Project

Telephone: (415) 575-0155


Nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing HIV transmission among all gay, bisexual, and transgendered men in San Francisco through multicultural, community-based organizing.

Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center

Telephone: (415) 431-7476


Community Center that offers resources and counseling for HIV/AIDS and various other services.

San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Telephone: (800) 367-AIDS


Provides various services for those living with HIV/AIDS.

BLACK Coalition on AIDS, Inc.

Telephone: (415) 615-9945


Provides services through education and advocacy to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in the black community.

Latino AIDS Services/Instituto Familiar de la Raza

Telephone: (415) 229-0500

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Provides HIV/AIDS services primarily for the Latino community.

Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center

Telephone: (415) 292-3400TTY: (415) 292-3410


Provides health and HIV/STD information targeting the Asian and Pacific Islander community.

Bay Area Young Positives

Telephone: (415) 487-1616

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This project uses a staff of paid and volunteer youth to help support HIV positive youth 26 and under.

HIV InSite


This comprehensive website from the University of California San Francisco offers information on the medical aspects of HIV/AIDS care and treatment, prevention, policy, and international issues.

St. Anthony Foundation

Telephone: (415) 241-2600


The St. Anthony Foundation not only provides space to share in a meal, but also for clothing, housing, and healing of both body and spirit.

Cannabis Patients' Cooperatives and Support Groups


Contact information about Cannabis groups throughout California.

AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP)

Telephone: (415) 701-1100


ALRP assists persons living with HIV or AIDS with legal matters.

AIDS Housing Alliance

Telephone: (415) 552-3242

Website: http://www.ahasf.orf

Independent and authentic voice for the needs of people with HIV/AIDS, founded and run by disabled people with HIV/AIDS.



This website is California's HIV/STD referral database and features information on more than 1,300 organizations providing HIV/AIDS & STD services in the state.

HIV/AIDS Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)


The HIV/AIDS Bureau of HRSA in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers a wealth of information on HIV/AIDS care and treatment.


The Social Security and Disability Resource Center

The Social Security and Disability Resource Center is an informational website that provides answers to questions about how to apply for disability, how to appeal a claim in the event of a denial, how to navigate the federal system, and how to avoid certain mistakes that are commonly made by applicants. The site’s author is a former disability examiner for the social security administration.


Global AIDS Program


The CDC Global AIDS Program website provides information on CDC's global AIDS actitivities.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS


The UNAIDS website is helpful in understanding multi-lateral and international programming targeting the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project


Includes position papers on the latest treatments and therapies, information about HIV drug development, and comprehensive reports from conferences.

National Association of People with AIDS


NAPWA is the oldest national AIDS organization in the United States and the oldest national network of people living with HIV/AIDS in the world.

HIV/AIDS Development Networks


Promotes information exchange on HIV/AIDS through electronic discussion forums and providing communication support to conferences.

Global Health Council


Offers global news updates, newsletters, and a resource for exchange of best practices for HIV/AIDS and other international health issues.

Student Global AIDS Campaign


Committed to bringing an end to HIV and AIDS in the U.S. and around the world through education, informed advocacy, media work, and direct action.

Critical Path AIDS Project


The Critical Path AIDS Project was founded by persons with AIDS to provide treatment, resource, and prevention information in wide-ranging levels of detail.

National Minority AIDS Health Council


Develops leadership in communities of color to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS.


Needle Exchange and Harm Reduction Links

Harm Reduction Coalition


The site includes information on harm reduction, educational materials, and information on U.S. drug policy.

North American Syringe Exchange Network


This webiste includes information on needle exchange programs throughout the United States.

California SEPs


Syringe Exchange Programs in California - an Overview from the California Department of Public Health.

UC San Francisco Center for AIDS Prevention Studies


Includes the "Does Needle Exchange Work?" fact sheet, available in English and Spanish.


This website contains information for gay and bisexual men who use methamphetamine.

Harm Reduction in the Health Care System


Aims to promote effective disease prevention and care among injection drug users by identifying the legal factors that influence their health.

Needle Exchange/Syringe Availability


This site by the Drug Policy Alliance features full-text articles, scientific reports, book chapters, statistics, and links to other organizations.



HelpStopAIDS is a project of the Drug Policy Alliance, funded by the California Endowment.