The Women’s Community Clinic establishes collaborative partnerships with nonprofits, schools and other community organizations to create real change through community involvement, volunteerism, service and care. Our goals — and our work — would not be made possible without the wonderful dedication, passion and generosity of our partners. If you are interested in partnership, please contact us.

Bay Area Addiction Research and Treatment (BAART) provides access to methadone detox and maintenance slots for women who attend Ladies’ Night, a project hosted once a week in collaboration with local agencies in the Mission District.

Bay Area Communities for Health Education (BACHE) is a group of parents, community members and allies that provides educational resources that promote the teaching of comprehensive, medically accurate, age-appropriate, bias-free sex education in Bay Area public schools.

Black Brothers Esteem (BBE) is a prevention and support program from San Francisco AIDS Foundation to empower men in the Tenderloin/Polk Gulch and Sixth Street Corridor neighborhoods to gather and to gain support from each other.

California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) is a statewide alliance of nearly 50 organizations promoting sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice, via strategic, member-driven communication, collaboration and collective policy advocacy.

California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) provides Women’s Community Clinic clients with timely, convenient access to ultrasound services in CPMC facilities. The diagnostic services deliver essential information so clients can get the care they need, when they need it.

California Primary Care Association (CPCA) leads and positions community clinics, health centers, and networks as key players in the health care delivery system through advocacy, education and services to improve the health status of their communities.

California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) provides Women’s Community Clinic clients on-site Integrated Mental Health Counseling services via PhD and PsyD students, in partnership with our Reproductive Health Clinicians and with supervision from CSPP faculty.

Care Through Touch Institute (CTI) massage therapists who service poor and marginalized people via massage therapy and holistic health practices that transform body, mind and spirit, and provide healing massage therapy at Ladies’ Nights.

Center for Young Women’s Development is dedicated to empowering and inspiring young women who have been involved with the juvenile justice system and/or underground street economy to create positive change in their lives and communities.

Food Runners, a volunteer organization dedicated to alleviating hunger in San Francisco, provides The Women’s Community Clinic SRO outreach program with food donations.

Harm Reduction Coalition and Homeless Youth Alliance facilitate Drug Overdose Prevention Education trainings, as well as provide access to harm reduction services, needle exchanges, methadone detox and maintenance slots at Ladies’ Nights.

San Francisco Human Services Network (HSN), a public policy organization dedicated to educating service providers, elected officials, policymakers and the community on the impact of policy decisions on San Francisco’s array of social and health programs.

Just Cause, an organization focused on building grassroots power and leadership to create strong, equitable communities, provides tenant rights counseling and organizing services to clients of Ladies’ Night and Women’s Community Clinic Outreach programs.

Kaiser Permanente Health Education
Kaiser Permanente San Francisco’s Health Education Department offers over 65 different health education and lifestyle programs to educate, promote and support healthy choices and behaviors, including training and mentorship for the WAHT Program.

Mission Neighborhood Resource Center (MNHC) provides compassionate, culturally competent and comprehensive health care services for the Latino/Hispanic community. MNHC collaborates with WCC on Ladies’ Nights to provide a safe, consistent space for women to gather and access harm reduction services.

Mission SRO Collaborative (MSROC), a multicultural, multilingual harm reduction focused organization collaborates with the Clinic to empower and organize residents of Mission District SRO hotels, and delivers comprehensive social and tenants rights support through peer driven outreach.

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Mo’ MAGIC is a collaborative Western Addition based nonprofit organization whose mission is to transform the community and youth through the MAGIC of collaboration.

Oasis for Girls
Oasis For Girls (SFOasis) partners with girls and young women of color from under-resourced communities in San Francisco to help them cultivate the skills, knowledge, and confidence to discover their dreams and build strong futures.

San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium (SFCCC) works to lead and support the partnership of  community-based, non-profit health clinics and develops programs plus advocates for policies that increase access to community-based primary care for all San Franciscans, targeting the uninsured and underserved.

San Francisco Women Against Rape (SF War) supports individuals and communities that are responding to, healing from, and struggling to end sexual violence. SF War provides outreach support, self- defense trainings for L-ternship, and rape crisis services at Ladies’ Night.

DOPE Project, which allows DOPE trainers to distribute naloxone directly under a San Francisco standing order without the presence of a medical provider, offers overdose  prevention services  to high-risk  women at Ladies’ Night, L-ternship, and SRO.