Real Healing. Real Change.

The Measure

A growing body of evidence demonstrates that psilocybin assisted therapy is uniquely effective and has an excellent safety track record. We think that this novel approach could help alleviate the mental health crisis here in Oregon by addressing epidemics like suicide, treatment-resistant depression and anxiety, PTSD, and addiction to drugs, alcohol, and nicotine. Additionally, the measure would open doors for new research and create access to services for those interested in personal development. ~ PSI Chief Petitioners Tom & Sheri Eckert


Highlights of the Oregon Psilocybin Services Act of 2020

  • A framework for legally accessing psilocybin assisted therapy in Oregon
  • A science-based therapeutic modality including preparation, facilitation, and integration
  • Risk assessment for contraindications
  • Independent licenses for facilitators, service center operators, and producers of psilocybin mushrooms and products
  • Safety, practice, and ethical standards for trained and competent facilitators
  • No home use, no driving while altered, no retail psilocybin
  • No diagnosis required to receive psilocybin services
  • No big corporate incentives
  • Framework positioned outside of the conventional medical system
  • An advisory board of experts from relevant disciplines
  • Regulators cannot exclude mushrooms in favor of synthetic psilocybin
  • Transactions will not parallel the cannabis industry; no product branding and marketing
  • Limits on business entities – no big chains, no big manufacturers
  • Residency requirements for licensure, limits on outside money
  • An extended development period to protect successful roll out of the program