From May 8-13, 2019, Zendo Project staff and volunteers traveled to the Lightning in a Bottle festival at the Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area in Bakersfield, Calif., and provided psychedelic peer support for 164 attendees in need of compassionate care. The Zendo Project created comfortable spaces in two separate locations across the festival. The Zendo Project worked alongside RGX Medical, DanceSafe, Lightning in a Bottle Rangers, and High Rock Security to help maintain a safe environment for attendees. We would like to extend our gratitude to all of our volunteers and community for making our work possible.
From May 30 through June 27, you are invited to join the Zendo Project and harm reduction experts for Beyond Therapy: Psychedelics in Everyday Life. This 5-part weekly webinar series explores the topic of navigating psychedelic experiences beyond a therapy setting. In this unique online education series, you’ll learn how to provide support for people having difficult psychedelic experiences, how to access resources for safer partying and drug testing, and how to reduce the risks associated with psychedelics through preparation, integration, and ethics. Video recordings of each webinar will be provided to all registered attendees after the series concludes. Tickets are available for individual sessions or the full series. • Learn More
Zendo Project volunteer applications for Burning Man 2019 are now open! Interested applicants must secure their own Burning Man ticket. Our application pool is competitive, so please make sure your profile is as thorough and up-to-date as possible! • Apply Now