Meet Kavan Peterson

Our Founder

Kavan Peterson

President & CEO

A nationally renowned community builder and serial entrepreneur, Kavan Peterson has successfully built a half dozen businesses and launched innovative new models for housing, care and community. In collaboration with Dr. Bill Thomas, Kavan helped co-found Kallimos Communities and the “M.A.G.I.C.” multigenerational housing model recognized by the Wall Street Journal and New York Times as a critical new solution to combat isolation and housing insecurity.

Kavan is proud to join the cutting-edge of mental health transformation and trail-blaze one of Montana’s first centers for psychedelic therapy through the Harvest Wholeness Center. Kavan is a facilitator in Core Competencies in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy with Seattle based Telos Transformational Therapies and is a leader in the global Liberating Structures participatory design and complexity science movement.

Kavan is also co-founder Harvest Home Care and ChangingAging.org, and co-created and directed the international ChangingAging Tour. An avid hunter and gathering and Aikido practitioner, Kavan splits time between Missoula and Seattle with his wife and two children.

In the News:

Psychedelic treatment center opens in Missoula
Psychedelics come to Missoula — legally this time
As Montana ages, community can help combat loneliness
‘Magic’ Multigenerational Housing Aims to Alleviate Social Isolation
Intergenerational Model for Dementia Care Taking Shape
Grateful Changemakers: ChangingAging
Disrupting Dementia and Creating Dementia-Friendly Communities
Why the future of elder care may be fewer nursing homes
Aging Revolution Comes to Missoula
As Montana ages, community can help combat loneliness
‘Magic’ Multigenerational Housing Aims to Alleviate Social Isolation
Intergenerational Model for Dementia Care Taking Shape
Grateful Changemakers: ChangingAging
Disrupting Dementia and Creating Dementia-Friendly Communities
Why the future of elder care may be fewer nursing homes
Aging Revolution Comes to Missoula

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