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Native American AIDS Project (NAAP)
Address 1540 Market Street, Ste. 130, San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone 415-431-6227
Email
Website http://www.naap-ca.org
Contact(s)
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Language(s)
Summary See article

1540 Market Street, Ste. 130, 94102

415-431-NAAP (6227)

415-431-6257 (FAX)

http://www.naap-ca.org

M-F: 9am-5pm

The Native American AIDS Project provides case management, peer advocacy, and mental health services to Native Americans living with HIV. NAAP provides HIV prevention and support services to those at risk for HIV and other infections. Prevention education services include HIV prevention workshops, a men's drumming circle, street outreach, health education, risk reduction counseling and community outreach and education. All clients are welcome to participate in recreational activities (bead work, moccasin making, basket weaving, picnics, field trips), education about traditional and alternative therapies, emotional support, spiritual guidance and healing, and psychotherapy.

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Institute for Community Health Outreach – Native American AIDS Project (NAAP) - J

           1540 Market St. #130, 94102

415-431-NAAP (6227) 415-431-6257 (Fax) Web site: www.naap-ca.org M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

NAAP provides case management, peer advocacy, and mental health services to Native Americans living with HIV. NAAP provides HIV prevention and support services to those at risk for HIV and other infections. Prevention education services include HIV prevention workshops, street outreach, health education, risk reduction counseling, and community outreach and education. Care programs include case management, recreational activities (bead work, moccasin making, basket weaving, picnics, field trips), education about traditional and alternative therapies, emotional support, spiritual guidance and healing, and psychotherapy.

Institute for Community Health Outreach – Native American AIDS Project (NAAP) - U 1540 Market St., #130, 94102 415-431-6227 415-431-6257 (Fax) http://www.naap-ca.org/

NAAP provides case management, peer advocacy, and mental health services to Native Americans living with HIV. NAAP provides HIV prevention and support services to those at risk for HIV and other infections. Prevention education services include HIV prevention workshops, street outreach, health education, risk reduction counseling and community outreach and education. Care programs include case management, recreational activities (bead work, moccasin making, basket weaving, picnics, field trips), education about traditional and alternative therapies, emotional support, spiritual guidance and healing, and psychotherapy.

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