The Wireless Resilience Project

Depression, loneliness, suicide, random acts of violence, opiate addiction, and more are sweeping the nation at an alarming rate. People without any history of mental disorders are seeking psychiatric care in unprecedented numbers. We are in the midst of an undeniable mental health crisis.

In 2016, Dr. Sagan established the Wireless Resilience Project as a direct response to this crisis.

Having witnessed the impact firsthand from the frontlines of the mental health and residential treatment world, Meredith Sagan, MD, MPH has reason to believe that our societal collapse is directly related to the impact of 5G radiation, electrosmog, our rising addiction to technology and social media, and artificial intelligence. Patients shared their stories relating their physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing to the pollution of their inner and outer environments.

As our inner and outer environments becomes increasingly polluted, we are at risk of losing the very thing that gives us our humanity: our Human Intelligence; our social and emotional intelligence that makes us human.

Recognizing the urgent need for action, Dr. Sagan established the Wireless Resilience Project for the study and preservation of that which makes us human.


We are creating a new culture and community to experience, learn and promote Human Intelligence. We experientially study what makes us human, both separate and together, and seek to preserve these gifts so that our youth are prepared with the tools they need to survive and thrive in our rapidly changing times.


The Wireless Resilience Project is leading the movement toward environmental protection and community mental health. Our core initiatives are:

  • A documentary film to raise awareness of the problem and solution,

  • Workshops, online videos, & live events teaching Human Intelligence (i.e. the MindAlign Method),

  • Research examining the cultivation of Human Intelligence and the interaction of biology with technology, and

  • A brick and mortar site to house the Wireless Resilience Project team & community.

We are currently a privately-funded organization, but in order to expand our mission to preserve Human Intelligence we are now asking the public for donations. Please reach out to us here to learn more.