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Community Based Healing

Group Ketamine

The Psychedelic Access Fund partners with providers who wish to donate scholarship slots to a qualifying scholarship recipients.

A therapy room example

Previously Incarcerated Cohort

NYC

In August 2023, The Psychedelic Access Fund hosted our first group ketamine series for those who had been impacted by the criminal justice system and suffering from depression, anxiety, and/or PTSD. Some researchers and advocates have suggested that psychedelic therapy could be used to support individuals who are transitioning back into society after being released from prison. This could include addressing issues such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD that may arise as a result of the transition. 

 

If you or someone you know has been previously incarcerated and is struggling with symptoms associated with PTSD, please consider applying
for our next group ketamine cohort. 

100% of the program cost was covered by the Psychedelic Access Fund. Please donate to our efforts to make our next cohort possible. 

Qualifications: Must have been previously impacted by the criminal justice system, NYC-based, and struggling with depression, anxiety, and/or PTSD.

The Art of Integration Cohorts

NYC

Our friends Juanita Rivera and Laura Foxx from The Art of Integration have committed to donating slots for their rotating Group KAP offering in NYC. The program includes a medical intake, preparation sessions, several group ketamine sessions, and group integration. 

Juanita and Laura are licensed therapists specializing in KAP, trauma processing, and art therapy. Using our extensive training in trauma-informed therapy combined with expressive arts interventions, they work with clients to develop insight, creative expression, self-esteem, healthy coping tools, communication skills, and healthy relationships with self and others.

The program will run quarterly. Apply below to be considered for the next cohort. 

Qualifications: Must be NYC-based, struggling with depression, anxiety, and/or PTSD, and show financial hardship. Priority is given to BIPOC community members. 

People in a therapy setting

Become a Provider

At this time, we are only accepting partners who wish to donate scholarship slots as an in-kind, tax deductible donation receipt. 

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