This page contains a partial listing of support groups throughout San Diego. Services, hours and locations of operation may vary, it’s a good idea to call to confirm before going.
(619) 515-2578 ext 2956
A group of African-American Gay, Bisexual, or Questioning men coming together in order to build a community of trust, understanding and camaraderie.Our mission is to educate and incorporate safer sex practices among those of us who are sexually intimate in order to stay healthy for ourselves and our loved ones.We carry out our mission by soliciting ideas and incorporating our members in the outreach & education of their friends and families.
Center for Community Solutions (858) 272-1767 A 24-hour hotline for sexual assault and domestic violence victims.
Immigration Equality(858) 272-1767 web site : www.immigrationequality.org.Addressing the discriminatory impact of immigration laws on the LGBT community, bi-national couples, asylum seekers and people with HIV.
In The Mix (619) 515-2446 ext 2928 www.inthemixsd.com
Face Book: www.facebook.com/inthemixsd In The Mix is a fun HIV prevention program for Youth of Color. Activities include outreach, discussion groups, peer education, mentoring, and leadership programs.
Family Health Centers of San Diego - Hillcrest Counseling Center(619) 686-3603web site: http://www.fhcsd.org550 Washington Street, Suite #201San Diego, CA 92103Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm, and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmClosed between 12:30 pm - 1:00 pmFamily Health Centers offers a variety of mental health and counseling services. Please contact them directly to find out more about the services they provide.
MPowerSD(619) 515-2578 ext 2998Mpowersd is a social support group for gay men ages 24 and over. The group has weekly meetings and organizes fun activities for its members and the community. My Space: www.myspace.com/mpowersdFace Book: www.facebook.com/mpowersd Email:
Project Face to Face Nueva Cara (formally: Proyecto Cara A Cara) (619) 515-2449
Project Face to Face is a social support/education group for bi/monolingual Latino men. The participants participate in group activities as well as weekly meetings that discuss issues specific to the Gay Latino experience.
Healthy Relationships (Nuts and Bolts/Tool Time)(619) 515-2449
Healthy Relationships is a small-group intervention for men living with HIV/AIDS. It focuses on building self-efficacy, positive expectations about adopting new behaviors through modeling behaviors and practicing new skills.