Michael Scott

Michael Scott

Chairman - Founder

E-mail: michael.scott@projectpc.org

Brief info

I live in northern Washington state and have run for state legislative office twice as a Libertarian. My passion for grassroots lobbying for veterans' rights and human rights led me to found Project Positive Change (Project PC), a nonprofit 501(c)(3), nearly a decade ago. My mission is to share the truth about plant medicines and other healing modalities. Over the past several years, I've traveled nationally and internationally, meeting and documenting the work of doctors, scientists, researchers, and patients. I have spoken at conferences, helped create discussions, and presented at universities.

My concern for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) inspired the creation of the Positive Change Tour. As the past SAL commander of American Legion Post 92 and a voluntary service officer, I understand the urgent need to address the loss of at least twenty-two veterans every day, and potentially more according to recent data. This crisis also affects our first responders.

At Project PC, we recognized the importance of reaching out to those in need. The Positive Change Tour is our initiative to spread hope and positivity across the United States and Canada. We aim to connect communities, canvass areas to find support resources, and demonstrate alternative ways to find help and heal. It is heartening to see so many people standing up and joining us to make these changes a reality.

A great deal of energy is currently being invested in the creation of Positive Change Centers, where we can help folks in our neighborhoods as we branch out to everyone's neighborhoods. These centers foster natural ways of healing, including breath work, sound healing, gardening, mentoring, and much more.

Thank you!

Michael Scott
Founder – Director
Project Positive Change
American Legion Post 92
Former SAL Commander - Service Officer


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