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Harm Reduction & Resources

Please see below for further resources on harm reduction, safety, psychedelic and psychospiritual services, and resources on how to learn more about and support Indigenous Peoples, plants, and traditions.
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Since 2012, Medicinal Mindfulness has become an established leader in the emerging field of psychedelic therapy and are the creators of the Cannabis-Assisted Psychedelic Therapy Protocol. Please check out their services, training, and advocacy.

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Erowid is a member-supported organization providing access to reliable, non-judgmental information about psychoactive plants, chemicals, and related issues. 

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Chacruna provides public education and cultural understanding about psychedelic plant medicines and promote a bridge between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science. Please check out their article on "People of Color Making a Difference in Psychedelic Healing."


DrugsData (formerly EcstasyData) is the independent anonymous laboratory drug testing program of Erowid Center. Its purpose is to collect, review, manage, and publish laboratory testing results from their lab and republished from other analysis projects worldwide.

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Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.


Zendo Project provides a supportive environment and education to help transform difficult psychedelic and emotional experiences into opportunities for learning and growth.

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Psychedelics Today is dedicated to exploring and discussing the important academic, scientific and other research in the field of psychedelics. We are interested in how psychedelics and other non-ordinary states of consciousness relate to the human potential as well as the healing potential that they can foster.

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Psychedelic Times shares the latest news, research, and happenings around the study of psychedelics as tools of healing, recovery, and therapy. We are passionate about the incredible potential that psychoactive substances such as marijuana, ayahuasca, MDMA, LSD, iboga, psilocybin, and DMT present to humanity, and are excited to share that passion with you.

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The Spiritual Emergence Network (SEN) provides individuals that are experiencing psychospiritual difficulties a specialized mental health referral and support service. Our referrals are licensed and trained mental health care professionals who are preferably in your area (but many also work by phone or encrypted video) who have expertise with many specific psychospiritual issues.

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The Center for World Indigenous Studies is an independent, Nonprofit 501 (c) 3 founded in 1979.  A global community of indigenous studies activists and scholars advancing the rights and knowledge of Indigenous Peoples worldwide.  



The mission of the Center for Shamanic Education and Exchange (CSEE) is to perpetuate the shamanic wisdom, culture, practice, and traditional ways of life of Indigenous people worldwide. Our vision is to bring shamans and healers of different cultures together to both stimulate their own practices as well as encourage new expressions of shamanism to emerge. 


Being True To You is a network of transformational recovery & psychospiritual coaches. We are providing one-on-one coaching, group coaching, and coach training. Being True To You helps people transform their suffering and addictions through a facilitated process of self-realization.

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The Taino were the first Native American Tribe to encounter Christopher Columbus in the 1400s. Once thought to be extinct, the Taino identity among the Caribbean People is being nurtured by reclaiming ancestral heritage and emphasizing the endurance of Native roots.  Please check out The Caribbean Indigenous Legacy Project:   Celebrating Taino Culture and Unbodies of Water: The Health Effects of Extinction and Genocide — Arawak Perspectives. 

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Dream Warriors Management advises and assists other Indigenous artists and educators in pursuing their passions by making dreams into realities.  Dream Warriors is a collective of artists who believe in pursuing passions, dreams, and gifts to better loved ones and communities while also uplifting others. 


Heroic Hearts Project (HHP) is a nonprofit that connects U.S. veterans struggling with mental trauma to psychedelic therapy options including ayahuasca, psilocybin, and ketamine. Veterans typically have tried all the available resources offered by the VA with limited success leaving them with very few options.  HHP opens the door to other viable options. We also provide support and professional counseling to these veterans throughout the process. 

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Veterans Cannabis Project is dedicated to improving U.S. veterans’ quality of life through the opportunity of cannabis. We believe medical Cannabis saves lives and that veterans deserve full, legal access. VCP is working to change the conversation about the life-saving health treatment value of Cannabis by advocating on behalf of veterans’ access to Cannabis and educating policymakers and the public about the value of Cannabis to veterans to eliminate stigma. 


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Aware Project is an independently-run, Southern California-based psychedelic society, part a of a global community, that is passionate about recovering the use of psychedelics and entheogens as culturally acceptable tools for healing, growth, celebration, spiritual connection, and personal and collective exploration.  Our aim is to balance the public conversation about psychedelics, spread accurate information, and give a new face to psychedelia.


Decriminalize California's mission is to promote research and education concerning the healing and consciousness expanding nature of the chemical compounds found naturally in psilocybin mushrooms and to support a campaign to put a ballot initiative before the voters of California for their decriminalization and build the framework for eventual legalization.



Psychedelic Science Review (PSR) was founded in 2018 by a small group of scientists committed to improving the quality of and access to scientific information about psychedelics. Concerned about the dearth of accessible and reliable scientific information about psychedelics, widespread misinformation, and poor analysis and conclusions drawn from otherwise high-quality research, our team set out on a mission to address these concerns.



People of Color Psychedelic Collective is a body of members dedicated to psychedelic healing and education based in the United States. We nurture future leaders that will work in our communities to undo the harms caused by the war on drugs and oppressive systems of injustice.


More Helpful Harm Reduction & Safety Tips
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For further assistance in finding psychedelic integration support please check out MAPS' Psychedelic Integration Provider List.  
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