Psychedelic Harm Reduction Services in the Black Rock Desert

This article was written by Brandy Doyle and appeared in the MAPS Bulletin, Vol. 13, No. 2 (Winter 2003). For our third project in providing psychedelic emergency services, MAPS volunteers joined 30,000 other participants in the Black Rock Desert for Burning Man 2003....
Making Psychedelic Trips Safe — Even at Burning Man

Making Psychedelic Trips Safe — Even at Burning Man

Original Article from AlterNet: Making Psychedelic Trips Safe — Even at Burning Man [Editor’s Note: This article originally ran in August, 2013. The message remains potent as ever, as pychedelic harm reduction efforts continue and the Zendo project heads to...
Psychedelic Drugs Linked to Lower Risk of Mental Illness

Psychedelic Drugs Linked to Lower Risk of Mental Illness

Original Article from HealthLine: Psychedelic Drugs Linked to Lower Risk of Mental Illness Debunking decades of myths, new research says psychedelics are not linked to mental illness and may in fact have positive residual effects on users. Comedian Bill Hicks famously...
Zendo Project Training Manual

Zendo Project Training Manual

Being a Zendo Volunteer This manual will help you understand the principles of Harm Reduction, how the Zendo operates, what you need to know for your shifts, and is required reading for all Zendo Project Volunteers. The Zendo fulfills its mission to provide harm...
Zendo at Lightning In a Bottle

Zendo at Lightning In a Bottle

Original Article from the Huffington Post: This Music Festival Knows It Can’t Stop People From Doing Drugs, So It’s Trying To Keep Them Safe Instead The upcoming Lightning in a Bottle Music Festival, which starts Thursday in Bradley, California, is a...