Supporting Community Programs for Access
In addition to serving QT/BIPOC communities with our initiatives, ensuring access means sharing the opportunities a non-profit can offer. In the true spirit of “Access for all of us”, we offer support to QT/BIPOC led projects focusing on psychedelics for Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Queer, Non-Binary, Gender Non-Conforming and Two Spirit communities.
A Table of Our Own
Kufikiri Imara and Ayize Jama-Everett’s goal is to create a documentary about a gathering of Black luminaries that do work in the psychedelic space. They’ll join 35 key members from all around the country in a safe place and give participants the chance to share their strengths, experience, hopes, and challenges within the psychedelic space.
This project aims to de-stigmatize these substances so that they’re no longer seen as “White people stuff” and more as the natural balms and salves to Black people’s psyches that we’ve been using for millennia.
Therapist and Training Directory
Whether you’re a client looking for a QT/BIPOC therapist or you are a therapist looking for a training program, we want to help you find what you need not just by offering you subsidies, but also by connecting you with resources.
Access to Doorways is doing just that! We have created an online directory for QT/BIPOC clients and providers to connect for legal psychedelic services. Find a provider you like and see if they accept our subsidies today!
Interested in being listed in our directory? Your membership fees support Access to Doorways client and training subsidies!! Let’s make a real impact in the psychedelic field.
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