Trip Sitters & Psychedelic Guides in Vermont

We Provide Trip Sitting & Guiding Services in Every Major City

This list is not meant to be exhaustive. We provide our trip sitting and guiding services in all major cities in Vermont, including those which are not listed above. If we can physically get ourselves to you, we will sit for you. If you are curious whether we are able to service your area specifically, please contact us.

Substances We Sit With

The one caveat to us being able to provide trip sitting and guiding services is that we cannot provide your substance of choice for personal consumption—we are unable to help with sourcing. Please understand that psychedelics are still federally controlled substances and you assume all the risk associated with possessing and consuming these medicines.

We are here to facilitate intentional psychedelic experiences where you feel supported along the entire journey—from preparation to sacred ceremonial experience to integration. We facilitate your inner healing by holding a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental space.

**Psychedelic Passage does not provide psychoactive or controlled substances nor are we licensed therapists, counselors, or medical professionals. We are a harm reduction company offering trip sitting & integration coaching services.**

Psychedelic Reform in Vermont

We are in the midst of a psychedelic renaissance and the legal status of psychedelic substances is evolving rapidly. Though there are no currently decriminalized municipalities in Vermont, there have been some state-level legislative psychedelic decriminalization initiatives. 

In January 2020, Rep. Brian Cina and 3 other co-sponsoring representatives introduced H.878 to the Vermont General Assembly. That bill aimed to decriminalize psilocybin, ayahuasca, peyote, and kratom for “medicinal, spiritual, religious, and entheogenic purposes”. The bill was referred to the Judiciary House Committee.

In February 2021, Rep. Brian Cina, backed by 8 co-sponsors, introduced H.309, a bill that seeks to decriminalize plant- and fungi-based psychedelics such as psilocybin, mescaline, ibogaine, and DMT. This bill was also referred to the Judiciary House Committee, where a review has yet to be scheduled.   

In March 2021, Reps. Colburn, Nicoll, and 12 other legislators introduced H.422, which would further previously introduced bills by not only decriminalizing the possession and dispensing of regulated drugs, including psychedelics, but also create a Drug Use Standards Advisory Board, which would give guidance to personal use and dosage standards as well as support drug treatment centers. We will continue to update this section as new developments arise.