And All That Pride…

Some things don’t have to change. We are who we are. Thank god. While this pandemic will prevent us from marching down Market Street in colorful mass to mark the 50th anniversary of the first Pride parades held in San Francisco and New York City, it does not prevent us from coming together to celebrate ourselves, […]
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A new job and new hope: Henry’s Resilience

A sense of momentum was hard to hold onto with the COVID-19 pandemic unfurling around him. Not only did Henry lose his income as a driver for Lyft, but his sense of well-being and a promising future—like all of us struggling to stay positive and focused during the changed circumstances of this public health emergency—disappeared. I […]
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AIDSWalk

AIDS Walk 2020 registration is open! Plus don’t miss these upcoming events …

PRC is thrilled to announce news about three upcoming events you won’t want to miss! Registration is now open for AIDS Walk San Francisco 2020, and sponsorship and tickets for Pride Brunch 2020 are now available for purchase. Also, please mark your calendar for PRC’s annual Mighty Real gala! Gary Virginia & Donna Sachet’s Pride Brunch Saturday, June 27, 11 AM […]
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30th Holiday Dinner Serves up Cheer

This past Christmas Eve, the volunteer-driven PRC Holiday Dinner (formerly the Christmas Eve Dinner for People with HIV/AIDS, Their Family, and Friends) celebrated its 30th anniversary in style – with hot, delicious food served to almost 800 clients of PRC and two dozen sister agencies. Inside the beautiful War Memorial Green Room guests also enjoyed […]
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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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Hummingbird Navigation Center in the News

A February 8th article in the San Francisco Chronicle announced a new San Francisco Meth Task Force spearheaded by Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman. The task force will prioritize solutions like PRC’s Hummingbird Place that provides crisis care for people recovering from drug or mental health conditions.  Read the story here. In partnership […]
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