EP82: How Social Workers Can Help People Who Are LGBTQIA+ Overcome Addiction

NASW Social Work Talks Podcast

Guests Kyle Temple and Rio Bauce discuss how social workers can help people who are LGBTQIA+ overcome addiction to substances.

Kyle Temple, LCSW, is Senior Director, Stonewall Project at San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

Rio Bauce is on track to graduate in May 2022 with a master's in social work from California State University - East Bay.

The San Francisco AIDS Foundation offers substance use treatment, including counseling, support groups, and other treatment services. Their services are available for gay, bisexual, queer, trans men, and other men who have sex with men through The Stonewall Project, PROP and Cheers Queers, and for all people who use drugs or inject at the Harm Reduction Center.

Posted March 16, 2022

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