See below for a list of community groups that offer events and meet-ups related to psychedelics, integration, and harm reduction.
The Nowak Society is a 501c3 non-profit in Northern Colorado that aims to educate and support people and communities in developing informed, safe, and empowering relationships with ourselves, others, and the medicines and drugs we interact with. We are a grassroots organization that offers education, peer support, festival work, advocacy, and opportunities for community-building in the realm of psychedelic medicine. We host Psychedelic Professionals meetup groups in cities across Northern Colorado for like-minded practitioners, researchers, healers, and activists to learn, share, and grow.
Psychedelic Society of Minneapolis is a community-based organization dedicated to the legal regulation of psychedelics, entheogens, entactogens, and cannabis for therapeutic and spiritual uses. We are a local chapter of a larger international organization aimed at building community around psychedelics. We provide educational content about the responsible use of psychedelics, MDMA and cannabis, and advocate for continued scientific research into their mechanisms to promote evidence-based drug policy reform and harm reduction for the public. We host speaker series, film screenings, networking events, and discussion circles to provide education and outreach for those who want to learn more about psychedelics. Our group doesn’t engage in or promote illegal activities during our events, and anyone trying to do so will be asked to leave.”
Seattle Psychedelic Society Welcome to the Seattle Psychedelic Society! We are part of a global network of psychonauts, artists, healers, and scientists. We explore benefit maximization, risk reduction, consciousness, spirituality, and therapeutic applications. We aim to be a reliable source for information based on empirical data, best practices, and direct experience.
PsyAtlanta is a psychedelic education and support community in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. We hold weekly integration circles and social events, as well as occasional retreats and other events
The Psychedelic Education and Continuing Care Program is designed to assist people who have had psychedelic experiences and are seeking support in connection with those experiences, as well as people who would like to learn more about psychedelics. Our overarching intention for the program is to increase awareness and reduce risks of psychedelic use. Affiliated Psychedelic Support Providers: Ingmar Gorman, PhD and Elizabeth Neilson, PhD
We are a simple and sweet community group founded with the intention of offering psychedelic integration events and spiritual support. Mt. Tam’s integration circles and educational events seek to be a welcoming space for people who want to discuss entheogenic use in a healthy way.
ERIE is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the sharing of entheogenic and transpersonal knowledge in a non-hierarchical, community based format. We host peer integration circles and monthly educational events to facilitate meaning-making and community building.
InnerSpace Integration recognizes that persons on their mission to integrate other states of consciousness can benefit from having a supportive ground crew. We provide counseling services and intensive personal/group work to individuals that have experienced or that are curious about non-ordinary states of consciousness.
We aim to balance the public conversation about psychedelics, spread accurate information, and give a new face to psychedelia. We gather in community, as individuals from all walks of life, to learn, grow, and share. Join us at an event, share your voice, and contribute to this budding psychedelic renaissance.
Psychedelia is a collective of professionals and peers interested in the potential psychological and spiritual healing properties of psychedelics. Psychedelia events are intended for the purpose educating about mindful & safe integration of entheogenic experiences, offering emotional support and creating meaningful connections between community members.
This group is focused on building community around psychedelics in Chicago, for the sake of promoting safety, support, and integration of experiences. Anyone with an interest in psychedelics is welcome, regardless of personal history of use or non-use. Affiliated Psychedelic Support Provider: Geoff Bathje, PhD
We host regular meetings and meetups to discuss various facets of psychedelics — microdosing, macrodosing, therapeutic use, integration, science, arts, culture, spirituality, and more. Portland Psychedelic Society is dedicated to creating community and raising awareness around psychedelic science.
We are a diverse, multidisciplinary community of academics, students, researchers, artists, therapists, teachers, counselors and others with a shared interest in psychedelics. We seek to provide more opportunity for our members to learn more about the multifaceted aspects of psychedelics.
We provide a safe, non-judgmental and confidential space for those who have used psychedelics or are considering using them. The group is for people who are struggling to make sense of a challenging psychedelic experience, wishing to share a meaningful one or simply interested in learning more about psychedelics and meeting like-minded people.
Being at the heart of the Amsterdam psilocybin movement, Tripsitters is dedicated to educating the public on the safe use of psilocybin truffles; organizing integration circles, psychedelic therapy discussion groups, community potlucks, and conscious gatherings; and training those who wish to offer psychedelic integration services.
Truffles Therapy organizes large scale conscious community gatherings and psychedelic therapy conferences, along with smaller psychedelic discussion groups, potlucks, book clubs, and integration circles.