Group support is at the foundation of our model for emotional health and wellness, and Black Brothers Esteem (BBE) has pioneered support groups that respond to a range of physical and mental health and substance use concerns.
The Weekly Drop-In Support Group for African American men who have sex with men, gay or bisexual, gender variant and same-gender loving men is a place to build community with other members, reduce isolation, share concerns and discover new perspectives.
BBE is a psychosocial support program for African American men who have sex with men, gay or bisexual, gender variant, and same-gender loving men who are at risk for HIV transmission. BBE brings together men who are interested in sharing their experiences, exchanging ideas, and uplifting one another.
Join us to share your thoughts, make new friends, and find your community. It’s even better when you’re sharing in it with those who know you best.
Accessing the Zoom Meeting:
In order to maintain BBE services during the COVID-19 “shelter-in-place”order, BBE will be offering ongoing groups and remotely via Zoom or phone.
There is an email newsletter distribution list for the schedule with Zoom ID numbers – please leave an email address with us at email@example.com (click SEND A MESSAGE link above), or call our mainline 415-487-3020, and we can add you to that list to be distributed as the schedule is updated throughout the COVID-19 “shelter-in-place” order.
Please ensure that you are in private and quiet location in preparation for your Zoom sessions.
If you have a prior registration with Zoom, please ensure you are comfortable with your current name being shared with other participants–this can be adjusted in your Zoom profile. You can also adjust your name after you enter the group.