Cosmic Sister’s Psychedelic Feminism champions women’s empowerment and frontline voices. They advocate for our natural right to journey with sacred plants (and fungi) as a way to jump-start rapid cultural evolution, starting with women.
An ongoing series inspired by women who have recently come forward to speak their truths about the sexual violence they’ve experienced in psychedelic communities.
Research on plant medicines and psychedelics. They educate the public and create cultural understanding and legitimacy regarding these substances so that they may cease to be stigmatized and outlawed. Here are a series of their articles women-focused.
Folks of Color
A body of members dedicated to psychedelic healing and education based in the United States. They nurture future leaders that will work in our communities to undo the harms caused by the war on drugs and oppressive systems of injustice.
Founded out of the urgent need to have more representation of minorities in the industry. Advocating openly, unapologetically, and responsibly for people of color to participate in the regulated market is work that cannot be neglected.
Black-led psychedelic education, training and harm-reduction. The Sabina Project is an educational, healing and inclusive space for all modern journeyers. They offer online and in-person Sacred Earth Medicine integration sessions and workshops, to inspire radical self-transformation and community liberation.
Envisions a just society in which the use and regulation of drugs are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights, in which people are no longer punished for what they put into their own bodies but only for crimes committed against others, and in which the fears, prejudices and punitive prohibitions of today are no more.
Harm-reduction / Drug Education
A treatment and training center for addiction and mental health issues. Their approach utilizes Integrative Harm Reduction Psychotherapy (IHRP), developed by our founder and director, Dr. Andrew Tatarsky. They run a series of Webinars, Integration Circles for Women and Queer People and other online events.
The mission of the Zendo Project is to provide a supportive environment and education to help transform difficult psychedelic and emotional experiences into opportunities for learning and growth.
Fireside Project is a nonprofit that will operate the Psychedelic Peer Support Line starting on April 14. They'll offer free, confidential support by phone, text, and livechat to people who are in the midst of psychedelic experiences or incorporating past experiences.
You can find them at 1-833-2FIRESIDE or at firesideproject.org
DanceSafe has two fundamental operating principles: harm reduction and peer-based, popular education. Combining these two principles has enabled us to create successful, peer-based educational programs to reduce drug misuse and empower young people to make healthy, informed lifestyle choices.
PsychonautWiki is a community-driven online encyclopedia that aims to document the field of psychonautics in a comprehensive, scientifically-grounded manner.
The largest global youth-led network dedicated to ending the War on Drugs. They bring young people of all political and ideological orientations together to have honest conversations about drugs and drug policy.
An Indigenous-led organization dedicated to building Indigenous power through organizing, activism, philanthropy, grantmaking, capacity-building, and narrative change, we are creating sustainable solutions on Indigenous terms. Together, they decolonize and transform systems while providing tools and strategies for Indigenous self-determination and movement-building.
It distributes educational resources that celebrate the lives, culture and history of Indigenous peoples around the world, including Native American, First Nations & Inuit.
Since 1996, Amazon Watch has protected the rainforest and advanced the rights of Indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin. We partner with Indigenous and environmental organizations in campaigns for human rights, corporate accountability, and the preservation of the Amazon's ecological systems.
Chacruna Institute's Guidelines for Inclusion of Indigenous People Into Psychedelic Science Conferences
A guideline to provide guidance for organizations, conference organizers, and sponsors on the inclusion of Indigenous people and communities into psychedelic science events, such as conferences, webinar series, workshops, and other formats.
Psychedelic.Support is committed to bringing individual and global transformation through the sharing of knowledge and connection to resources. They give greater visibility to practices and programs of professionals working in this field.
Synthesis offers safe, legal, medically supervised psychedelic retreats in Amsterdam. They make the psychedelic experience accessible for curious individuals who want to utilize moderate-to-high doses of truffles to catalyze creative breakthroughs, explore consciousness, find meaning, improve confidence, and search for a mystical experience