The Zendo Project psychedelic peer support services will be returning to Envision Festival, which will take place just outside of Uvita, Costa Rica from February 28 – March 3, 2019.
Our volunteer profile includes new questions and sections- if you are a volunteer applicant, please update your profile to be considered for this event. Applicant profiles that have not been updated will not be considered.
Accepted volunteers will receive a complimentary ticket to Envision Festival. Volunteers commit to working with the Zendo Project for a total of 24 hours during the event in addition to a 3-hour mandatory onsite training and are responsible for organizing their own food, travel, etc. • Apply to Volunteer
Zendo Project Hosts Successful Training in Chicago
On November 3, 2018, Zendo Project staff facilitated a training in Chicago at the Preston Bradley event center. The 8-hour training brought 140 attendees together in a beautiful venue to learn about harm reduction and peer support. Zendo Project Director Sara Gael Giron and Manager Ryan Beauregard delivered the training. There was an opportunity for many professionals to earn Continuing Education credits for their respective fields. A post-training gathering brought attendees together to connect, network and grow their local community. The event was co-organized with Students for Sensible Drug Policy Drug Education Manager Dr. Vilmarie Narloch and public sector psychiatrist Dr. Paige Lassen. We appreciate the support and hospitality provided by Chicago SSDP and the greater Chicago community. The Zendo Project hosted over a dozen public trainings in 2018 and will be offering trainings in other major cities across the country in 2019. • Learn More