Founded in 1986, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational organization that develops medical, legal, and cultural contexts for people to benefit from the careful uses of psychedelics and marijuana.
The Heffter Research Institute promotes research of the highest scientific quality with the classic hallucinogens and related compounds (sometimes called psychedelics) in order to contribute to a greater understanding of the mind leading to the improvement of the human condition, and to alleviate suffering.
The Beckley Foundation pioneers psychedelic research to drive evidence-based drug policy reform, led by the vision of founder and director Amanda Feilding as a UK-based think-tank and NGO.
ICEERS is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming society’s relationship with psychedelic plants. We do this by engaging with some of the fundamental issues reszulting from the globalization of ayahuasca, iboga, and other ethnobotanicals.
The Zendo Project provides a supportive environment and specialized care designed to transform difficult psychedelic experiences into valuable learning opportunities, and even potentially offer healing and growth. In turn, our work reduces the number of drug-related hospitalizations and arrests.
We believe that openness, transparency, and collaboration in the research of therapeutic uses of psychedelics will move this field forward most efficiently and honorably. As a non‑profit medical research organization dedicated to working for the public good, we are pleased to commit ourselves to this approach.
Chacruna Institute provides public education and cultural understanding about psychedelic plant medicines and promote a bridge between the ceremonial use of sacred plants and psychedelic science.