At Friends Getting Off we aim to help gay and bisexual men meet their individual goals regarding methamphetamine use and high-risk sexual behaviors by working to understand better the connections between drug use and high-risk sexual behaviors.
We are a committed team of researchers and clinicians working together to develop and evaluate interventions that address community needs for effective HIV prevention and substance use treatment for gay and bisexual men.
Friends Getting Off provides free substance use counseling to gay and bisexual men who are using methamphetamine.
Friends Getting Off is a clinic of Friends Community Center, a division of Friends Research Institute, Inc. Funded by the County of Los Angeles, Department of Public Health and the City of West Hollywood.