Psychedelic Non-profit Partners
These psychedelic-focused nonprofit organizations are working to co-create a world where psychedelics are better understood and used safely, sustainably, and ethically. We’re aligned in our goals to see psychedelic options become more broadly available to those who might benefit from them, and we are proud of the mutually supportive communities we’ve built together.
Chacruna’s mission is to promote reciprocity in the psychedelic community, and supports the protection of sacred plants and cultural traditions. Chacruna advances psychedelic justice through curating critical conversations and uplifting the voices of women, queer people, Indigenous peoples, people of color, and the Global South in the field of psychedelic science.
Fireside Project is a nonprofit organization that focuses on education and harm reduction around the use of psychedelic substances. They’re best known for their 24/7 integration hotline that is available to support anyone experiencing a challenging psychedelic experience and those who need help integrating their psychedelic experiences. They provide veteran-specific support.
Reason For Hope
Reason for Hope’s mission is to prevent deaths of despair by helping to develop and advocate for the policy and legal reforms needed to facilitate safe and affordable access to psychedelic medicine and assisted therapies.
Reconsider is a nonprofit with a mission to bridge the medical and mystical, the sacred and scientific, and to address today’s mental health and collective challenges by advancing the integration of transformational medicines, including psychedelics.
Partners in Providing Veteran Support
From supporting HHP directly to setting up programs dedicated to helping veterans like the ones who participate in our programs, these partners are all dedicated to improving the wellbeing of veterans by providing education, resources, and treatments to help veterans reintegrate into civilian life.
All Secure is focused on supporting Special Operations active duty and combat veterans, and their families, in the recovery of Post-Traumatic Stress. They do this by providing education, awareness, and resources for healing such as marriage retreats, and PTS resiliency training. They’ve been able to impact thousands of lives through their one on one coaching and couples programs.
Balanced Veterans Network
Balanced Veterans Network provides education, advocacy, and resources for veterans and their families to explore alternative therapies. Many initiatives center around movement, mental wellness, medical cannabis for veterans, and advocacy for psychedelic research
Angel Flight West
AFW provides transportation for veterans to their medical appointments or therapeutic treatments at no cost to the individual. AFW also assists families and individuals escaping domestic violence and specialty camps for children.
The Mission Within
Mission Within is a 6-week clinical psychedelic program for veterans that pairs online therapy, coaching, preparation, & integration with a 4-day in-person medicine retreat. They believe that the deepest and most lasting healing happens in a community of peers, and their providers are both trauma informed and are either in or are deeply committed to
Seal Future Foundation
Transitioning out of service, Navy Seals often find themselves alone and unprepared to face transitioning into civilian life. The SEAL Future Foundation provides the tools, education, and resources to help Navy Seal veterans get healthy and find their purpose post-service.
SOC-F (Special Operations Care Fund)
SOC-F was created to make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of SOF families who have given so much for our country and our freedom. They do this by raising money for one incredibly worthwhile purpose: to provide medical, financial, and other support to SOF members and their families in ways that are often not met through other sources.
TOP GUN Fighter Foundation
TOPGUN Fighter Foundation aims to provide access for veteran pilots to incredible programs that are changing lives. They are not just reducing the number of veteran suicide deaths but dramatically improving the quality of life for those that have given so much by connecting them with the resources they need to thrive.