Zendo Project and Clinical Support Officer Chelsea Rose, L.M.F.T., and Wesley Bellanca of the Fireside Project are interviewed about psychedelic peer support on the Clarity Project podcast for “Harm Reduction and Intentional Journeys.” Several educational resources about psychedelic harm reduction are available in the caption of the video.
Zendo Project To Attend Burning Man 2022
The Zendo Project is excited to provide psychedelic peer support services for the 9th year at Burning Man 2022 in Black Rock City, Nevada! Zendo Project volunteer application details will be announced later this month. All volunteers will need to purchase their own Burning Man tickets. Stay tuned to the MAPS Newsletter or the Zendo Project Email Newsletter for future details. We are looking forward to reconnecting with the amazing volunteers that make this project thrive!
Mark your calendars to register for the next round of Burning Man 2022 ticket sales by visiting the Burning Man Ticket Sale Webpage.
Zendo Project and Lightning in a Bottle
After a long break from in-person events, the Zendo Project has decided to focus all our efforts toward Burning Man 2022. Therefore, the Zendo Project will not be attending Lightning in a Bottle (LIB) this year. This is the first time the Zendo Project will not provide peer support services at LIB since 2014. We are incredibly grateful to all the Zendo Project volunteers who provided compassionate care to guests at LIB over the years. Thank you for being a leader in festival peer support and for your amazing work!
It is our understanding that Harm Reduction and Sanctuary services at LIB in 2022 will be provided by RGX Medical. If you are interested in getting involved, you can visit their website and apply to volunteer.