The Apothecarium’s Cannabis Compassion Program is an in-kind donation program created to support our most critically ill population through subsidizing a portion of their medical cannabis needs. Generously supported by the philanthropy of our greater California medical cannabis community, our program will distribute products every month to patients in need.
Patients, or their caretakers, who are interested in the Cannabis Compassion Program may apply in person at one of our four stores or electronically through our website.
The Apothecarium’s Program Facilitator and Public Education Officer, Sara Payan is the administrator of this program and will conduct a thorough review of each participants’ medical and care needs to be considered for enrollment.
By utilizing a survey-based research protocol, participants will communicate their medical issues and what they’ve found to be effective methods for medication.
Participants’ boxes are available on the second Wednesday of every month.
Each Cannabis Compassion Program participant will receive curated product(s) that meets the criteria of their needs.
This may also include new items for participants to try that may prove useful for their condition(s).
Additionally, each month’s offer will include educational cards that contain descriptions and uses for the products, health and wellness tips, cannabis facts, recipes, resources, and tips on storage.
Each participant will be asked to submit feedback on products so that we may better serve them and our larger member community as well as provide important feedback to our vendors.