how it works

Our goal is to eliminate the financial barriers to psychedelic therapy.
We do this by providing supplemental funds to those in need.

We provide access through a fund that makes psychedelic assisted psychotherapy (PAP) treatment affordable. Once a client is approved for treatment in our program, they will be matched with a therapist with a pricing plan appropriate for their financial situation. The client will pay their therapist or clinic a chosen discounted rate and Thank You Life will send a direct deposit to their therapist for the difference.

We also believe that doctors and therapists who dedicate their lives to relieving suffering deserve to be paid well and in a timely manner.

We do this by reimbursing therapists and clinics 85-95% of their standard rate and send weekly direct deposits to them.

Who It's For

Thank You Life is for anyone who is ready for psychedelic therapy and who needs financial assistance to pay for this expensive treatment.

Primary populations that we serve:

• Veterans with PTSD
• Sexual abuse / incest survivors
• Treatment resistant depression
• At-risk / challenged young adults
• End of life / hospice care
• Athletes with TBI

Medicines and Clinics

At this time, Thank You Life works solely with US-based clinics. 

We work with clinics and therapists who do ketamine-assisted therapy and who are preparing to do MDMA- and psilocybin-assisted therapy when they become legal in the next 12-18 months.

At this time, we do not work with ayahuasca, iboga, or other medicines. If you have a specific need that requires a specific medicine that is not listed, feel free to reach out and we may be able to help you find a solution.

Please note:  We are currently in the funding phase and therefore not able to process applications nor give donations until Spring, 2022.  Feel free to email us to join our waitlist.

Contact Us Today To Learn More

Does this sound like something you would benefit from? Reach out today!

"I believe every person deserves the opportunity to deal with their traumas."

Dr. Dan Engle, A Dose of Hope