Here you will find links to resources for individuals and families struggling with cancer, as well as information about mind/body education and research into the risks and benefits of psychedelic therapy.

Cancer Resources

  • National Cancer Institute (NCI)
    A division of the U.S. National Institutes of Health that supports and coordinates research into cancer causes and treatments.
  • American Cancer Society
    A nationwide, community-based cancer support organization for cancer patients and their families providing comprehensive information about cancer treatment options and support services.
  • Cancer Hope Network
    A nonprofit organization offering free, confidential, one-on-one support to individuals and families dealing with cancer.

Mind/Body Education and Medicine Resources

  • The Benson-Henry Institute for Mind/Body Medicine
    A nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to research, teaching, and clinical applications of mind/body medicine and integrating mind/body medicine into health practices.
  • The University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness
    A division of the University of Massachusetts Medical School focusing on Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and working to integrate mind/body healing into mainstream medical treatment programs.
  • Bent on Learning
    An example of a successful mind/body education program for New York City youth in grades K through 12 focusing on encouraging creative activity and healthy practices through yoga and meditation.

Psychedelic Science Resources

  • The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS)
    A nonprofit research and educational organizations founded in 1986 that sponsors, designs, and conducts clinical trials into the safety and effectiveness of psychedelics for hard-to-treat illnesses, such as anxiety associated with terminal illness, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, pain, and drug addiction.
  • Heffter Research Institute
    Another nonprofit research organization exploring the neuroscience of psychedelics as well as their uses in specific therapeutic settings.
  • The Beckley Foundation
    A UK-based charitable trust promoting the scientific investigation of consciousness and working to reform European drug policy.
  • Erowid
    A member-supported educational organization providing free access to honest and reliable information about the risks and effects of psychoactive substances in order to help minimize the harms associated with recreational use.