Zendo Project Psychedelic Harm Reduction: Burning Man 2015 Volunteer Trainining


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For the fourth year, the Zendo Project offered psychedelic harm reduction services at Burning Man in Black Rock City, Nevada. During the event, 170 volunteers contributed a combined 1,700 hours for the project and were able to assist 161 guests going through difficult or overwhelming experiences, psychedelic-related or otherwise.

The Zendo Project provides a safe space and professionally trained staff to care for individuals at festivals, concerts, and other events where psychedelic substance use may be present. Zendo Project staff and volunteers also work closely with event security and medical response teams to provide comprehensive psychedelic first aid services.

For more information about psychedelic harm reduction, visit zendoproject.org

The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization developing scientific, medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana. Founded in 1986, MAPS has disbursed over $26 million—nearly all donated by individuals and family foundations—to psychedelic and medical marijuana research, education, and harm reduction.

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