In this interview, Psychedelic Spotlight’s Swati Sharma and Fireside Co-Founder Hanifa Washington discuss why risk reduction, harm reduction and education are essential components for the growth of psychedelics space.

Fireside Project is a non-profit psychedelic support line helping people trip better while minimizing the risks and fulfilling the potential of people’s psychedelic experiences. They do that by providing compassionate, accessible, and culturally responsive peer support, educating the public, and furthering psychedelic research, while embracing practices that increase equity, power sharing, and belonging within the psychedelic movement.

Fireside Project’s Psychedelic Peer Support Line offers free, confidential peer support by phone and text message to people in the midst of psychedelic experiences, people holding space for others who are in the midst of psychedelic experiences, and people integrating past psychedelic experiences. We do not provide medical care, medical assessment, or psychotherapy.

0:47 – Fireside’s latest involvement in the psychedelic space | How is the Fireside project a safety net for psychedelic users?
3:50 – The Fireside Project’s origin story
7:05 – Fireside is a resource for people who are under a psychedelic state. How is Fireside involved with the callers after their psychedelic experience?
8:33 – What is The One Village Healing?
13:54 – How can we help destigmatize the use of psychedelics as healing agents?
17:46 – The importance of psychedelic Integration for diverse communities in the psychedelic space

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