San Francisco Homeless Resource
Health Initiatives for Youth (HIFY)
Address 1540 Market St., Ste. 300, 94102
Phone 415-274-1970
Email
Website http://www.hi4youth.org
Contact(s)
Hours 8am-5pm
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1540 Market St., Ste. 300, 94102

415-274-1970

http://www.hi4youth.org

(Website)

M-F: 8am-5pm

Offers training and education for youth, (12-25 years old) and their providers. Trainings are available on a wide range of topics from HIV, mental health, substance abuse, youth sexuality, and adolescent development. Workshops for youth include substance use, anti-homophobia, self-esteem, body image and youth empowerment, among others. Specialized in-services and many publications for youth and adults who work with them are available.

HIFY works to improve the health and well-being of young people, who deserve the respect and power to become their own advocates. Youth and adults must work in partnership to decrease dangers, encourage wellness and celebrate diversity.

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Health Initiatives for Youth - B 1550 Market Street San Francisco, CA94102 Phone: 1(415) 274 1970 Fax: 1(415) 274 1976 E-mail: info@hify.org M–F: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

HIFY offers training and education for youth (12–25 years old) and their providers. Trainings are available on a wide range of topics from HIV, mental health, substance abuse, youth sexuality, and adolescent develoent. Workshops for youth include substance use, anti-homophobia, self-esteem, body image, and youth empowerment, among others. Specialized in-services and many publications for youth and adults who work with them are available.

HIFY works to improve the health and well-being of young people, who deserve the respect and power to become their own advocates. Youth and adults must work in partnership to decrease dangers, encourage wellness, and celebrate diversity.