Program to offer free marijuana to Michigan veterans coping with PTSD, TBI
Many veterans use marijuana as a way to cope with post traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. A program that provides free cannabis to vets who are suffering will begin next year.
Annamarie Buller is a spokesperson withJars Cannabis, a retail dispensary that has a location in Ann Arbor. They are one of the companies taking part in the program.
“We’re just so excited to be a part of the solution of managing debilitating conditions that are preventing folks from living comfortable lives.”
To qualify veterans need to have a valid Michigan medical marijuana card along with a diagnosis for PTSD or TBI. The program will begin in 2023.
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