St James Infirmary

St James Infirmary


For #mentalhealthawarenessmonth, we’re bringing you a curated list of q***r-friendly mental health resources in San Francisco to put on your radar! Swipe through to learn more about what these incredible organizations are doing to support our diverse community to get access to critical mental health resources. 👉🏼 Organizations listed: El/La Para TransLatinas, Our Trans Home SF, St James Infirmary, and San Francisco Department of Public Health.

#mentalhealth #community #publichealth #mentalhealthmatters #lgbthealth
Great news from Colorado! This bill allows s*x workers to report crimes in CO without fear of being arrested. A friend, Pasha Eve, spearheaded it and I'm so proud of her!
"That healing [of peer support] is central to St. James’ mission for the space. Stephany Ashley, St. James’ former executive director, consulted on the opening of the center. “Trans people, and especially trans feminine people, experience so much violence on a daily basis,” she said. “It’s one thing to have a home to go to at the end of the day, and a door to close, that’s your safe space. But for people who are unhoused, there’s never that moment where you’re not subjected to that violence. This place is really going to be a refuge. That’s what’s been missing from the system of care.”

St James Infirmary
Yesterday we were honored to join St James Infirmary, San Francisco Department of Homelessness & Supportive Housing, and community members at an opening reception for the Taimon Booton Navigation Center, which will serve trans and gender non-conforming San Franciscans experiencing homelessness. Thanks and congratulations to our Trans Advisory Committee member Joaquin Remora of Our Trans Home SF and all others who helped make this important resource a reality.
Looking forward to the opening of this new navigation center next week! Thanks to our Trans Advisory Committee member Joaquin Remora and St James Infirmary for supporting the community.

San Francisco Public Press:
#HarmReduction rockstars in the house for day 1 of #EndHepCSF #Community Navigator training! Thanks so much to Rachel from SFDPH for your harm reduction expertise! GLIDE Harm Reduction + St James Infirmary + San Francisco Community Health Center + San Francisco AIDS Foundation = 🔥🔥🔥💪🔥🤩💪🔥🤩💪🔥🤩💪🔥🤩💪🔥🤩🔥🔥🔥
We are so grateful for everyone's support! Community members contributed $1,239 to Carla Bess Aronsohn's Bday fundraiser and our end-of-year match. Cultivate pitched in our full match offer of $4,000, allowing us to donate in total $5,239.

Contributions have been sent to Honor the Earth, Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM)- حركة الشباب الفلسطيني, The Marsha P. Johnson Institute, St James Infirmary, Collective Action for Safe Spaces, HIPS, and Justice for Muslims.
TONIGHT (February 14) from 7-9 p.m. PST, join a *virtual* q***r dance party benefit for St James Infirmary. Tickets:
[SWIPE 👉🏼] What can neurorelaxers do for you?

Quite a bit, actually!

Neurorelaxers (like Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin) can:
1️⃣ help smooth out fine forehead lines, 👉🏼
2️⃣ give a little lift to your brows, and 👉🏼
3️⃣ soften the appearance of frown lines.

Neurorelaxers can also provide relief from migraines and TMJ (for our jaw-clenching friends), by doing just what the name implies – relaxing the muscles of the face and jaw to relieve tension.

If you’re thinking of giving yourself the gift of a smoother, more refreshed appearance, there’s no time like the present to care for yourself by extending your generosity to our community 👉🏼

When you donate $250 or more to any of the organizations listed below before the end of this year, North Bay will say thank you by giving you a full facial tox treatment for FREE:
The Spahr Center
Lyon-Martin Health Services
St James Infirmary
The Transgender District

Keep your eyes on our feed in the coming weeks as we share more about these fabulous organizations and how they serve our LGBTQIA+ and gender-expansive community.

Learn more about them, and get more information about our fundraiser, here:
If you're in SF and witness DPW, SFPD, Urban Alchemy, city organizations or people stealing the belongings of your unhoused neighbors, hit up the Sweeps Watch Hotline at (510) 399-2394

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We are SO excited to share some big news with you all.
Next week we're launching a new toolkit -- It's Our Backyard Too: Building Community-Centered Support for Harm Reduction!
Looking for a comprehensive, community informed resource that covers best practices for Syringe Service Programs(SSPs)? We got you!

Join us NEXT TUESDAY July 13th for our toolkit launch! We'll be going live with toolkit co-creator and main editor Alyshia Tuyet Gonzalez on Tuesday at 11 AM PST / 2 PM EST on Instagram to hear about how this toolkit came together and some of the many reasons we're excited about it.

Then make sure you save the date for 3 webinars, bringing the toolkit to action.

Thursday July 15th @ 3PM PST/4PM CST/5PM EST
Harm Reduction Our Way: A Live Values Exploration with NHRC and Trystereo

Facilitators: Alyshia Tuyet Gonzalez (she/her), Savannah O’Neil (she/her), Taharka Anderson (he/him)

Panelists: Trystereo New Orleans Harm Reduction Network

Graphic Notes: Bud Reis (he/him)

Thursday, July 22nd @ 1PM PST/3PM CST/4PM EST
Stories From the Field: Shifting Material Resources Towards Harm Reduction

Brooke Loeber (she/they), St James Infirmary
Cate Graziani (she/her), Texas Harm Reduction Alliance
Celestina Pearl (she/her/meow), St James Infirmary
Liira Raines (she/her), WV Harm Reductionist
Lill Prosperino (they/them), WV Harm Reductionist + NHRC
Taeko Frost (she/her), CA Harm Reductionist + NHRC
Tara Stamos-Buesig (she/her), San Diego Harm Reduction

Facilitated by: Alyshia Tuyet Gonzalez (she/her), NHRC

Thursday, September 2nd @ 1PM PST/3PM CST/ 4PM EST
Toolkit Wrap Up
Join us for a toolkit wrap up featuring community curated Q+A. More info soon!

We are so excited to have this living, changing document be a resource, be a conversation, be a jumping off point and a gathering spot. We hope you'll join us next week and share this free and accessible online course intended to provide resources to every person who uses drugs, trades s*x, loves someone who uses drugs or trades s*x, does harm reduction work, wants to know more about harm reduction work, is a provider at a syringe service program (SSP)/syringe access program (SAP), and all of our comrades who sit at the intersections of justice for our communities.
The ‘87 Sundance Grand Prize Winner WORKING GIRLS, is an immersive, richly detailed story of a Manhattan brothel by the iconic feminist director of BORN IN FLAMES. “It's funny, it's political, it's truly thought-provoking”. – Sojourner. Filmmaker LIZZIE BORDEN IN PERSON 7/9! Co-Presented by St James Infirmary ! SHOW ADDED 7/11! Tix:

We are peer based occupational health and safety clinic for current and former s*x workers - we provide comprehensive medical care, testing, counseling and community space to empower all genders of people who work in the s*x industry or do s*x trade

Operating as usual


There is absolutely ZERO fun had at our Queer Bowling nights 😏

Monday, June 20th we’ll be back with more music, food, bowling, dancing, and shenanigans like these. Hit the link in our bio to get your pre-sale ticket now!

Pre-sale gets you guaranteed entry and a free drink. All ticket sales will be donated to @st.jamesinfirmary , a peer-based non-profit organization serving sex workers through the San Francisco Bay Area. They are the first occupational health and safety clinic in the U.S. run by sex workers for sex workers!


Join us in a march to celebrate sex workers uplifting trans, BIPOC and immigrant experience! We want to be seen, heard, respected and celebrated! We want to be in community and solidarity with each other. Together we are stronger! We are business owners, parents, families, community members and more! We deserve rights and support! We deserve to live and thrive! Join us to demand the support, rights, and respect we deserve!

¡Únete a nosotros en una marcha para celebrar la elevación de las trabajadoras sexuales de la experiencia trans, BIPOC e inmigrantes! ¡Queremos que nos vean, escuchen, respeten y celebren! Queremos estar en comunidad y solidarizarnos entre nosotros. ¡Juntos somos más fuertes! ¡Somos propietarios de negocios, padres, familias, miembros de la comunidad y mucho más! ¡Merecemos derechos y apoyo! ¡Merecemos vivir y prosperar! ¡Únete a nosotros para exigir el apoyo, los derechos y el respeto que merecemos!


Where’s the lie?


“Please help 2 sex workers get to Belgium to a Sex Worker Art Fest. One of us is a single hard working queer Chicana/Indigenous mama to a non-binary 13 year old. One of us is a Black woman sex worker. We both work for a sex worker organization and would love to represent our organization and meet sex workers in Belgium where they have just DECRIMINALIZED SEX WORK! This would be such an amazing opportunity but we need some financial help to make it happen! We gotta buy our plane tickets and lodging, food and any miscellaneous. Please anything would help including sharing this go fund me! Thank you so much!!! ❤️”

Photos from St James Infirmary's post 04/27/2022

Posted @withregram • @coalitiononhomelessness Our friends at CART, the Compassionate Alternative Response Team, dropped some knowledge on how CART- a community based alternative to the police response of homelessness will work in San Francisco.

In last year's budget cycle CART secured over $3 million in funding to begin the implementation stage but is being stalled out by Mayor Breed.

As we approach a new budget cycle, we need all hands on deck to and to tell Mayor Breed to stop the stalling!


📣We’re HIRING!📣

The Taimon Booton Navigation Center is hiring on-call staff! Please email [email protected]
if interested in a position ✨


We’ve all been itching to get out with our communities these past two years! Join St. James Infirmary for a laid-back May Day get-together.

Feel free to dress like a Pagan goddess and in spirit of the holiday, we’re saving space for Sex Workers’ labor.

We’ll have food, supplies, and good times. This is a safe space and we don’t support the whorearchy. Current and former sex workers of all economic classes, genders, and working styles. You’re welcome to bring an ally but understand that this is a sex worker centered space. No clients.


A message from our Operations Director, Durt (@durtypants) :

“We are packing up our clinic and offices because we need to move by May 1st! You are warmly invited to join us at our packing parties on Friday, April 15th and 22nd from 12-7pm! Feel free to come by for part of those times or stay the entire time. We'll have coffee, snacks and pizza provided.

We need help gently packing precious items like art on our walls, supplies, and equipment to be moved later by professional movers.

Spread the word and please feel free to contact me with any questions
Lots of love and thank you for your support,

¡Hola, fabulosa comunidad de St James Infirmary!
¡Estamos empacando nuestra clínica y oficinas porque necesitamos mudarnos antes del 1 de mayo!
Está cordialmente invitado a unirse a nosotros en nuestras fiestas de empaque el
Viernes, 15 de abril 12-7pm
Viernes 29 de abril de 12 a 19 hs.
Siéntase libre de venir parte de esos momentos o quedarse todo el tiempo.
Tendremos café, bocadillos y pizza.
Necesitamos ayuda para empacar cuidadosamente artículos preciosos como obras de arte en nuestras paredes, suministros y equipos para que los mudanzas profesionales los trasladen más tarde.

Corra la voz y no dude en ponerse en contacto conmigo con cualquier pregunta
Mucho amor y gracias por su apoyo,


🔑THIS SUNDAY 3/20 🔑 Weaving Spirits Festival of Two-Spirit Performance & Fresh Meat Productions Present:
CONTINUING OUR DANCES QUEERLY, A more accessible panel discussion w/ Indigenous and LGBTQ+ Dance Makers.

🔑Happening Sunday March 20th, 12:30-2pm PT at @counterpulse! Tickets here:

🔑This panel is both in-person and live-streamed with Closed Captioning, ASL, and English-to-Spanish interpretation. To attend virtually, register at

🔑This panel brings together LGBTQ+ artists and scholars to discuss the political impacts of our work, and the specific tensions, violence, and healing traditional dance engages. What are we currently fighting for in our arts? How are we continuing our legacies of dances of our peoples? And how are we doing our work with our queerness?

Kawika Alfiche
Sherente Harris
And Arturo Magaña
Facilitator: P Don'Té Cuauhtémoc

🔑Weaving Spirits Festival of Two-Spirit Performance brings together local and national Native American artists whose powerful performance offerings range from traditional song, to modern dance, and drag. Our first-of-its-kind festival returns this year in partnership with Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits (BAAIT-S). See to check out their 2 weekends of in-person shows, workshops, and more!

See you there!!🤩

IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A flyer for the Weaving Spirits: Festival of Two Spirits Performance. The flyer has portraits of four two-spirit artists dressed in indigenous attire. At the top in bold black font reads "Weaving Spirits Festival of Two Spirits & Fresh Meat Productions Present" and in light blue font it reads "Continuing our Dances Queerly." In tiny font on the bottom right it says "register to attend virtually."


via our bb Ilah Kristel]

Posted @withregram • Ilah Kristel] Pls . idc I need . My brother/father figure is kicking me out because I'm finally standing up for myself. He has control of my money so he has until the end of April to give me full control then I'm OUT. I'm not okay. This is traumatizing.
Thank you to those who have reached out and shared on Twitter.

Photos from St James Infirmary's post 03/12/2022

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Photos from St James Infirmary's post 03/11/2022

Our Trans Home opens first Trans Shelter in the Nation, creating employment for 40 Trans and gender non conforming staff and offerings beds to 64 unhoused TGNC San Franciscans. St James Infirmary paves the way towards ending Trans homelessness.

Shoutout to @transcitysf for helping make this possible!


Join us every Thursday from 2:00 - 4:00 pm PST starting next week for a writing workshop with fellow current and former sex workers. We will be using writing prompts to respond to and share with the group. Please join us by joining the discord! Invitation in the bio!


Join the wonderful @celestina_meow and @jubakalamka virtually tomorrow for the SW and parenting group tomorrow from 11-12! Link in bio

Photos from St James Infirmary's post 02/15/2022

🖥Check out our blog post on !💻

“In recent weeks, workers at St. James Infirmary listened closely to the high-pitched declaration of ‘emergency’ for the Tenderloin, coming from centers of power in San Francisco. We agree that there is indeed a state of emergency in the Tenderloin, SoMa, across San Francisco, and far beyond: the overdose epidemic, the prevalence of untreated addiction, and the number of people living unhoused are emergencies. As overdose rates skyrocketed in 2020, a slogan became popular in the harm reduction movement: ‘every overdose is a policy failure.’ These horrifying trends should have and could have been reversed long ago, and they warrant immediate action on the part of the city. But the Mayor’s emergency order will not uproot the causes that underlie and reproduce these crises–in fact, coercive and repressive governance will exacerbate drug addiction, overdose, homelessness, and crimes of poverty.


“We write this statement to respond to the actions of the Mayor, the Board of Supervisors, and the Department of Emergency Management, as well as the San Francisco Police Department, who are responsible for this crackdown [they call ‘cleaning up the streets’]. We are offended by the ‘crime and punishment’ rhetoric that promises a renewed war on drugs, and a renewed war on the poor in San Francisco–in which most of the targets will surely be people of color, immigrants, and poor people. We oppose this continuation of the pro-police ‘war on crime’ governance that has resulted in underfunded public and social services, alongside the privatization of public space, and a thriving police and prison industry across the United States.”

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via our badass Operations Director @durtypants 🔥🔥🔥
Hiiiiii so I did a thing with an amazing crew dedicated to Margo St James and for all the [email protected] sex workers activists and visionaries of the world: join us for a night of music, drag, sexiness, weirdness, and wonderful queer community 💗 A virtual queer dance party benefiting St James Infirmary!

Ships In The Night is BACK for a virtual queer dance party!
Your favorite queer dance & benefit party is going V I R T U A L and raising funds for our favorite h*es! Open your hearts and wallets for Margo St James Day and donate to St James Infirmary while gettin' nasty with your favorite queer DJs and performers. This evening is gonna get sensual, y'all. Get yr lingerie lqqks ready!
This dance party is also a fundraiser for St James Infirmary to move, so if you have the means to pay for a $100, do it! Invite your friends, too- this party is virtual so you can show up from literally anywhere you get the internet. Wassup, future?!
Let's get our dance on!
La Femme Papí @lafemmepapi
Blu & OG
Featuring performances by:
Nikki Jizz @nicki_jizz
Kochina Rude @kochinarude
Om Nom Nom Non-Binary Burlesque @omnomnomburlesque
Can't wait til Feb 14??
Donate directly to St James Infirmary here! @st.jamesinfirmary
Don't forget to tip yr go-gos!!!
Ships In The Night @ships_in_the_night_oakland is a RADICAL QUEER dance party - always a benefit. We prioritize and strive to make the space accessible to queers, women, trans people, and people of color and highlight their talent as DJs and performers. Since 2006, Ships has served as a community fundraiser and place for activist and social justice minded queers of all genders to sweat out the worries of the day.
Automated captions via Zoom will be available throughout the event.
St. James Infirmary is a peer-based non-profit 501(c)3 organization serving Sex Workers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. We are the first occupational health and safety clinic in the U.S. run by Sex Workers for Sex Workers!

Sponsored by @folsomstreet @studsf @kpthrive

St. James Infirmary Outreach Team

St. James Infirmary Outreach Team.

Hi again! I’m back with the Notes From The Naughty Nurse Mobile! This week has been exciting as usual! Last Saturday we were in the Mission testing when a person carrying 2 naked inflatable s*x dolls walked by. We debated asking for a mini photo shoot but then a few minutes later a photographer walked by who had done just that. They had just come from photographing a nearby political event and were snapping shots of the street scene including some shots of us with our van. Hopefully they’ll send me a photo. Outreach with the street workers continues to be going great! We love chatting with the workers when possible and have even been getting some surveys filled out for the upcoming zine! On Tuesday we did the Pop Up Care Village with Lava Mae. That’s always pretty awesome. It’s like a free street fair demonstrating radical hospitality. There’s music, food, clothing, hygiene bags, haircuts, listening stations and several organizations provide medical services including us. On Wednesday night we were stationed on Polk St and had a great time with the ladies. They tease and sparkle, charm and hustle in their fierce beauty. We saw our regulars and a few new including a purple s*xy bunny in a onesie with her lively buddy. They are all my super sheroes! We gave out all the ho packs we had and had to quickly make more. One of our workers was s*xually grabbed which really sucks. We must all stay vigilant against misogyny, supporting each other, looking out for each other, having each other’s backs. I’m excited to announce some good news! We’ve added another driver so now we can do more outreach shifts! Happy Pride month y’all! And if you see us out there on the street I hope you’ll come say hi! And thank you so much for all the ways you support St James and all your communities! Love, Celestina

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Virtual Townhall on S*x Worker Needs in the Era of COVID-19/Las Necesidades de Trabajador(es/as)  S*xuales en la Era del...
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730 Polk Street 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA

General information

Wednesdays: 6-9pm (DOORS OPEN AT 5:45PM, last intake at 8pm)
Drop-In Primary Medical Care 6pm-8:30pm
Appointment Primary Medical Care (please call 415-554-9634 for Appointments @ 6:00pm, 6:30 & 7:30pm)
Holistic Services (Acupuncture/Massage)
HIV/STI Counseling and Testing
Peer Counseling

Thursdays: 1:30pm-4pm
STRIDE Transgender Healthcare and Hormone Therapy Program. By Appointment ONLY.
All genders Holistic. By Appointment & Drop-In
All genders testing, HIV/STI. By Appointment ONLY.
Rapid HIV Testing (with same day results)
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Counseling and Testing

5-8pm Drop-in
Syringe Access, HIV/Hep C testing, detox Acupuncture

Case Management, Therapy, and Groups: please call to schedule appointment or check website for updated info.
(please call 415-554-9634 or email for availability)
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