Veterans for Compassionate Care

Spokane, Washington
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About this Organization

Veterans for Compassionate Care’s mission is to provide medical cannabis to approved patients in a safe, compassionate, professional, and courteous manner. To raise the quality of care for our patients while decreasing their cost. To insure legal, safe and secure use of medical cannabis. To improve the quality of life of our patients their family and friends. To promote awareness about the medicinal benefits of cannabis. To provide a professionally controlled and monitored study program focusing on veterans treatment for PTSD and other critical maladies unique to the population. The state-of-the art facility site(s) will provide patient education, privacy, and products in a service-oriented manner that is responsive to the needs of the patients and caregivers.

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