Press Release: Maya and National Psychedelics Association Announce Partnership to Support Psilocybin-Assisted Services in Oregon

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Today, Maya (Maya PBC) and the National Psychedelics Association (NPA) announced their partnership in support of the implementation of Oregon’s Measure 109, the first state-approved policy to allow the regulated use of psilocybin products in a facilitated setting. Through the partnership, Maya’s Real World Evidence Platform will be one of the core services offered to the association’s members when it officially launches in Q4 of 2022. According to a recent report released by the Psychedelic Science Funders Collaborative, “Oregon’s psilocybin therapy program provides a high-quality model for psychedelic healing in a non-prescription context that could be replicated in other states.” With Oregon serving as a testing ground for legal psychedelic services, and FDA clinical trials of psilocybin-assisted therapy still several years from completion, policymakers and practitioners urgently need reliable insights into the safety, efficacy, and accessibility to implement and optimize non-prescription models of psychedelic-assisted services. As Oregon prepares to roll out the nation’s first legal psilocybin-assisted services program, there is a recognized need for the community to track adverse events and measure efficacy. This level of understanding can inform best practices, improve outcomes, and contribute to sensible policy-making both in Oregon and beyond. Through this collaboration, the NPA and Maya will offer both the education and the technology infrastructure needed to make this possible, ensuring accessibility and safety to all communities. “We see our role as being ethical guardians of information in this emerging field of healing,” says Maya CEO David Champion. “As a technology platform, Maya is nonpartisan to the specific styles and methodologies any individual or group may choose. Our desire is to give practitioners the tools to enhance their capacity as healers, and demonstrate safety, effectiveness, and legitimacy in a rapidly expanding field. We’re proud to partner with NPA on this mission, and excited to begin work together with their team and with…

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