Thank You Life could not exist without the support of our amazing partner organizations.

We are honored to partner with such renowned and heart-forward organizations as we embark on this mission of solving the access problem in psychedelic therapy. The collaboration between Thank You Life and our partners is creating something bigger than the sum of its parts as we synergistically work together to build a better world.

We’re excited for what’s to come. Keep scrolling to learn more about our partners.

New Earth is a nonprofit organization in Culver City, CA that provides mentor-based arts, educational, vocational programs and wrap-around services that empower at-promise youth ages 13-25 and their families. They support youth to reimagine their lives, move towards positive life choices, and discover their genius as future leaders of tomorrow.

“New Earth is behind the Thank You Life mission because it is our lives’ work to ensure that all people have equal opportunity and access – especially when it comes to integrated medicine, healing, and therapeutic services.”

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Located in San Francisco, CA, Polaris Insight Center is dedicated to helping people find healing and growth through the compassionate and ethical use of expanded states of consciousness.  Polaris is committed to training the next generation of psychedelic therapists and clinicians, as well as contributing to the ongoing development of clinical practice and research in the field of psychedelic-assisted therapies.

Thank You Life has partnered with Polaris to establish a scholarship fund for those who wish to become certified ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) facilitators but otherwise could not afford it. We see this as another major piece of the global healing movement, because currently there are very few BIPOC KAP facilitators, and same goes for LGBT, veteran, and other historically marginalized groups.

By donating to the Polaris KAP Trainee Scholarship Fund, you are helping to make this training available to more therapists and clinicians, particularly those who are members of the aforementioned marginalized communities.