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I lost my health insurance and found out I was diagnosed with HIV.  I was scared and in shock when I visited the clinic. They were compassionate, welcoming and did not judge me. I still attend their weekly support group and do what I can to give back to the organization that was there for me when I needed it. 

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Dr. Ana Valdés, M.D. To Join HealthRIGHT 360 Leadership

New Chief Medical Officer Has Extensive Clinical Experience and Expertise

San Francisco, CA September 30, 2014 -- HealthRIGHT 360 announced today that Dr. Ana Valdés will be the nonprofit organization's new Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Valdés has built her career around providing care to the underserved and uninsured, including service as the Board Chair of the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium and over a decade as the Medical Director of St. Anthony's Medical Clinic in the city's... More

HealthRIGHT 360 Announces Location of New SF Healthcare Center

Five-Story Building Acquired in the Mid-Market/Van Ness Corridor Neighborhood

San Francisco, CA September 4, 2014 -- HealthRIGHT 360 today announced the acquisition of a fivestory building in the Mid-Market/Van Ness Corridor neighborhood. The 1563 Mission Street location will be transformed into a new healthcare center for the nonprofit organization, providing primary medical care, mental health services, substance use disorder treatment, and resources for employment, education, and... More

HealthRIGHT 360 Programs in the Bayview

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Southeast Health Opportunities Project and African American Healing Center

Nestled among warehouses and light industry along Third Street in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood, an important community resource has been established. Since 2011, two HealthRIGHT 360 programs - Southeast Health Opportunities Project (SHOP) and African American Healing Center (AAHC) - have provided outpatient behavioral health treatment in conjunction with onsite rapid HIV testing, prevention, and education. This year, the... More

A Conversation with a Walden House Alum

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Recently, I have had an ongoing dialogue with Matt Kowalski, author of Riding Shotgun Through a Hurricane: A Memoir of Addiction and Radical Recovery.  His first published work received praise from clinicians, activists, and fellow authors as a gripping and powerful story.  The sequel, Crawling Through the Wreckage Into Recovery, will be available through Amazon this September. Here are a few excerpts from our conversation:

Your first book provided a memoir of your first 42 years, taking us... More

Nani Wilson is "Breaking the Silence"

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Her Work with AARS and the API Community

Nani Wilson is engaged in a broad range of work as a Program Coordinator for Asian American Recovery Services (AARS), which officially joined the HealthRIGHT 360 family of programs at the beginning of this year. Born Constantia Nani Roselani Wilson - with Samoan, Tahitian, Hawaiian, Irish, English and Iroquois Indian ancestry all contributing to her cultural heritage - the list of activities that characterizes her leadership is extensive. Through her teaching,... More