Sun, Oct 06 | Lory Student Center Room 300

Psychedelic Harm Reduction with Mitchell Gomez

The psychedelic revolution is here and it is only a matter of time until these powerful substances are normalized and integrated into our society. The time is now to learn how to use them safely and responsibly. Learn about DanceSafe and how to test your drugs for harmful adulterants.
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Psychedelic Harm Reduction with Mitchell Gomez

Time & Location

Oct 06, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM MDT
Lory Student Center Room 300, 1101 Center Ave Mall, Fort Collins, CO 80521, USA

About The Event

Mitchell Gomez is a graduate of New College of Florida (whose Alumni included the founders of Erowid, MAPS and the Zendo Project), and has his Masters from CU Denver. Although his research interests are extremely diverse, he is particularly interested in program evaluation and policy analysis as it pertains to the non-profit sector. Mitchell has been a part of the electronic music community since the late 90’s, when he first started attending underground breaks shows while still in high-school. In 1999 while living in Israel, he became one of the earliest full time professional fire spinners, eventually performing at some of the biggest electronic music events on four continents. Mitchell joined Dancesafe as their National Outreach Director in 2014 and was responsible for all volunteer coordination, the development, implementation, and evaluation of new training curriculum and outreach initiatives, and administrative tasks. He has volunteered with the Burning Man organization, SSDP and other small harm reduction projects for many years, and is a passionate advocate for reality-based drug policy and harm reduction. In addition to his work with DanceSafe, Mitchell also sits on the Advisory Council of Psymposia, a media and events group that shares stories and fresh perspectives about the emerging science and social issues of psychedelics, psychoactive drugs, policy reform, and harm reduction, and is a harm reduction consultant to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies - MAPS. In March of 2017 he was promoted to Executive Director of DanceSafe, and continues to remain active in outreach activities.

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