Thu, Apr 06|
Do you believe in a world where psychedelics are accessible to all? The Psychedlelic Access Fund and Cardea believe in this world too. Join us for a night of fun and funding.
Time & Location
Apr 06, 2023, 6:30 PM – Apr 07, 2023, 8:30 PM
New York, 511 Canal St suite 500 511, New York, NY 10013, USA
About the Event
Psychedelic Care—Accessibility for All.
Join us on Thursday, April 6th at 6:30 PM for an evening of networking, mingling, and gathering in community with the common goal of paying it forward and bringing psychedelic healing to those in need. No one is turned away due to lack of funds, so please email us if you can not afford a ticket to attend. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The event is taking place at CARDEA—a one-of-a-kind space designed by celebrated artist Randy Polumbo. The entire space is a work of art featuring hand-crafted reishi mushroom furniture, light installations, and a playful atmosphere that inspires creativity.
Our goal for the night is to raise $2,100
This covers full sponsorship for two individuals to join CARDEA’s Group Ketamine Journey Series.
About The Event:
With your support, we’re bridging the gap between psychedelic care and accessibility.
This event is an opportunity to connect and network with others in the psychedelic space. We’ll have two main pieces of entertainment throughout the night:
- Spontaneous, personalized poetry by Peter Chinman (@TheParkPoet)
- An inspiring dance performance by Madeline Warriner (@MaddieWarr)
You’ll also enjoy lite bites and refreshments from our sponsors:
- Farm-to-Table Ethiopian food by Ras Plant Based
- Crunchy mushroom snacks by Popadelics
- Booze-free cocktails by Ghia
- Relaxing refreshments by Moment
About CARDEA’s Group Ketamine Journey Series:
To honor both community and accessibility, CARDEA created their Group Ketamine Journey Series—a 3-part group ketamine experience.
The sessions are held at CARDEA’s gathering grotto and they’re kept intimate with only 5 to 7 people per group. All experiences are hosted by a licensed therapist and a sound practitioner that guides the hour-long session with live sound and vibrational instruments.
The group meets weekly for four weeks, going through the entire experience together. The series includes three ketamine-assisted journeys and two group dialogic sessions—CARDEA’s unique approach to preparation and reflection.
Meet The Psychedelic Access Fund:
The Psychedelic Access Fund (PAF) is a non-profit organization, determined to remove the financial barriers that prevent a person from experiencing psychedelic healing. We believe that psychedelic healing should be accessible to all, regardless of their ability to pay for it. We accomplish this by sponsoring select individuals for ketamine-assisted therapy, and will eventually move into psilocybin, once it becomes available.
CARDEA is a Ketamine Space that takes a seriously playful approach to psychedelic care. With the ethos of “radical hospitality” at their core, they aim to create a space for growth and expanded awareness from a place of playful creativity. CARDEA goes beyond just a space for ketamine-assisted therapy. They believe in the improvisational nature of personal growth and tap into many different healing modalities like energy healing, art, moving meditation, and more.