Erowid Center

Rating: 4.92 stars   921 reviews

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PO Box 1116 Grass Valley CA 95945 USA


Erowid Center's mission is to provide and facilitate access to objective, accurate, and non-judgmental information about plants, chemicals, technologies, and related issues that affect the mind, body, and culture. Erowid Center supports and trains libraries, publishers, and other information distributors on issues related to these fields. It is Erowid Center's goal to support medical, legal, scientific, academic, and independent experts in developing and publishing related resources.

Target demographics:

Students, educators, researchers, medical professionals, and anyone seeking facts and information about psychoactive plants and drugs.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

18 million visitors to our online information.

Geographic areas served:

World-wide, Internet

Programs:, Experience Reports, New Drug Tracking & Monitoring, Drug Education, Research Improvement, Ecstasydata Laboratory Testing, Wisdom Cycle Project, Document Library & Archiving.

2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Reviews for Erowid Center

Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

SInce I have known of the organization, I have watched Erowid act as a positive influence in lives of many experimental teenagers . For young people who are set on experimentation, having this information available to them allows them to make far better decisions than they would otherwise.

Today, as an adult with an interested in drug policy and harm reduction, the organization continues to provide me with valuable information relevant to the work that I do.

Erowid is an invaluable self-help, harm reduction and informational resource, and it deserves recognition for the important contribution it makes.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

try to make sure more people are aware of its existence as a resource.

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