He had a dream . . .

In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, PRC encourages everyone to find ways to serve their community; even during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are creative ways to impact the community positively. 10 Ways to Serve the Community Take care of yourself and others: Practice patience, kindness, and mindfulness. Encourage others to do the same! Stay informed […]
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5th Annual Mighty Real Gala a Resounding Success

PRC is proud to announce the resounding success of its 5th annual Mighty Real Gala on Friday, November 5, 2021. Taking place at the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel and attracting nearly 350 guests, this incredible evening raised more than $425,000 for PRC’s essential services for San Francisco’s most vulnerable individuals. “The outpouring of support of this year’s Mighty Real Gala is a testament to this community’s commitment to helping San Francisco’s […]
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PRC Honors the Life of Ambassador James C. Hormel, Pioneer and Champion

On behalf of PRC’s Board, Staff, Volunteers and Clients, we want to take a moment to honor the life and acknowledge the recent passing of Ambassador James C. Hormel. Ambassador Hormel has been a fierce advocate, activist and philanthropist for decades. Many of us have come to know him for his abiding and tenacious desire […]
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Hummingbird Valencia Prepares to Open its Doors in Spring 2021

PRC Baker Places will soon open the Hummingbird Valencia behavioral health respite center for adults experiencing homelessness, behavioral health and substance use disorders. Hummingbird Valencia is a partnership between PRC, the San Francisco Department of Public Health (DPH), Tipping Point Community, and the Salvation Army. The facility will serve adult residents of San Francisco, particularly […]
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World AIDS Day 2020 San Francisco

World AIDS Day was first observed in 1988. Each year, organizations and individuals across the world bring attention to the HIV epidemic, endeavor to increase HIV awareness and knowledge, speak out against HIV stigma, and call for an increased response to move toward Getting to Zero and Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic.
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Integrating Health Services Will Improve Outcomes

As published in the San Francisco Business Times December 20th, 2019 By Brett Andrews The United States is arguably the world’s economic leader. We are also admired globally for innovation. And we’re the consummate leader in entertainment. Yet, when it comes to health care (especially for the underserved), our outcomes are woefully inadequate. To address […]
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The Numbers Concerning Racial Inequity and Health Disparities Don’t Lie

As published in the San Francisco Bay Times, September 19, 2019 By Brett Andrews In October of 2017, I wrote an article for the San Francisco Bay Times that focused on the city’s Point-in-Time Count, which is a report primarily informed by a citywide survey of those homeless on any particular evening. The results of […]
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Bare Chest Calendar Club

Welcome to the Bare Chest Calendar Club

Did you know? The Bare Chest Calendar has been around for 36 years It has featured over 400 Calendar Men And in that time, it has raised over $2,000,000! You were likely a part of those successes at some point. You may have supported a friend who was running for the Calendar. You may have […]
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Workforce Development Works! PRC at the UCSA Conference

As a board member of the National Working Positive Coalition, PRC’s CEO Brett Andrews co-presented on Employment Opportunities for People Living with HIV at the 2019 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA): Ending the Epidemics in their Honor in Washington, D.C. PRC has been building pathways and advocating an inclusive workforce since 1987, and the presentation […]
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In Pursuit of Self Care

As published in the San Francisco Bay Times, July 24, 2019 By Brett Andrews As I was preparing to write this article, two things quickly became clear to me: I knew what I wanted to write, but did not necessarily know how to write about it—the very important and seemingly ever-elusive practice of self-care. How […]
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