The St. James Infirmary’s Annual Holiday Party will be Thursday, December 18th from 6-8pm! We invite staff, volunteers & community members of the SJI, as well as their friends and family, to join us for dinner and holiday cheer in the community room at 1372 Mission Street. After the Holiday Party, we will be having a Volunteer Appreciation Event at nearby F8!
We hope you can join us on December 18th! And as always, we welcome donations to help us feed and gift our community during the winter months.
It is with great excitement that we announce that the SJI has been awarded two new contracts from Community Behavioral Health Services to provide comprehensive mental health and substance use services to our community. Beginning this week, current and former sex workers may come to St. James to receive individual therapy and case management with our lovely and talented new staff!
Leticia Brown, MFTI
joins us to provide therapy by appointment and drop-in every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. As a systems oriented practitioner, Leticia incorporates social justice issues and the utilization of mind-body connections into her practice. She brings with her over 10 years of providing case management and therapeutic services.
Celia “CeeCee” Roberts, offers Case Managment services to new and returning community members every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday by appointment or drop-in. CeeCee is a mother of two, with over 14 years providing case management, outreach and support groups. She has certificates in Domestic Violence and Trauma, and recently worked with formerly incarcerated women at the Women’s Resource Center through SAGE.
To schedule an appointment for therapy or case management, call (415) 554-9634
Also announcing Free Yoga for Sex Workers at St. James!
Maura Finkelstein offers free yoga for St. James Infirmary participants every Monday from 2-3pm. Maura’s classes welcome all bodies and skill levels to engage in restorative yoga. Mats and blocks are provided. Join us!
Thank you to the readers of the San Francisco Bay Guardian for Voting us Best Nonprofit in the Bay! We are honored and humbled by the love and support.
Here’s a throwback to 2003, when we won “Best Place to Find Sex Worker Community”