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Psilocybin Services

Psilocybin Services

Psilocybin services are *now available* at licensed psilocybin service centers in Oregon.  Sites may vary widely with regard to client eligibility requirements, wait time, types of services offered (e.g., individual sessions vs. group sessions) and cost. Please reach out to individual sites directly to inquire further.  Sequoia Center does not currently offer psilocybin services, is not keeping a wait list for future psilocybin clients, and is not pursuing service center licensure at this time. 

 

A list of currently approved psilocybin service centers (updated regularly) is available here:  https://psilocybin.oregon.gov/license-directory

Important information about Psilocybin Services:

In November 2020, Oregon voters passed Ballot Measure 109, which legalized “regulated adult use” of psilocybin (mushrooms) in the state of Oregon.  Legal use of psilocybin is limited to use within licensed "psilocybin service centers" under the guidance of a licensed "psilocybin facilitator". The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is responsible for licensing and regulating the manufacturing, transportation, delivery, sale, and purchase of psilocybin products and the provision of psilocybin services.

“Psilocybin Services” refers to preparation, administration, and integration sessions provided by an OHA-licensed psilocybin facilitator. Psilocybin services must occur at OHA-licensed psilocybin service centers, and all psilocybin products must be consumed onsite (no retail sales for at-home consumption are allowed).  Services are available to individuals aged 21 or older and clients are not required to have a medical or psychiatric diagnosis to receive services.  Clients also do not need to be Oregon residents to receive services (i.e., travel from out-of-state is permitted). Importantly, psilocybin services are not the same as “psilocybin-assisted therapy” and licensed psilocybin facilitators are not necessarily mental health therapists or healthcare providers.   Some clients with acute or severe mental health issues may not be eligible for psilocybin services (please check with individual service centers for more details).

To view a “fact sheet” about psilocybin services in Oregon, click HERE.  To stay up to date with OHA’s progress, please visit the Oregon Psilocybin Services website.  For a list of OHA-approved psilocybin facilitator training programs, click HERE.

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