Event Category: Expo
Cannabis is medicine.
If you’ve considered using cannabis to treat your medical conditions, let us help you get approved for your medical cannabis card! Qualifying conditions include PTSD, chronic pain, cancer, and others.
During your visit, you will meet with a cannabis-friendly doctor to discuss your medical needs along with a cannabis consultant to begin the process of obtaining your medical cannabis/ cannabidiol card!
The time to get well is now! Don’t wait.
Call us at 815-208-7703 or message us directly to get started now!
Monday – 11:00am- 4:00pm
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday – 9:00am- 4:00pm
Thursday – Closed
Friday – 11:00am- 4:00pm
Saturday – By appointment only
Sunday – Closed
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION:
Question: What days are you open?
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday
Question: Do I need to be an Illinois resident?
In order to qualify for Illinois’ medical cannabis program, you must be an Illinois resident, but we also help Iowa residents qualify for Iowa’s program.
Question: Will I see a doctor at my first visit?
Yes, you will see a doctor on your first visit.
Question: Do I need a prior diagnosis?
Previous medical records relating to your qualifying condition are always accepted, but we can diagnosis-specific medical conditions or refer you to someone who can.
Question: I need to renew my card, but I originally went to another doctor. Will your doctor re-certify me?
Yes, of course! First, we will need to establish a relationship.
Question: If I am a qualifying patient or designated caregiver in Illinois and hold a valid Medical Cannabis Card, are my Firearms Owners Identification Card and Concealed Carry License still valid?
According to the state police website: “Marijuana cardholders will not have their FOID or CCL cards revoked, or be denied issuance of a FOID or CCL card, due to their status as a medical marijuana cardholder. Such cards are State-issued, governed by State law, and State law requires that a person’s status as a medical marijuana cardholder not result in the denial of any right or privilege.”
Question: Can I submit a paper application?
No, you must submit your application online, but we will help you with this free of charge.
Question: I have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Do I qualify?
Yes. Also, there is no state fee for terminal patients.
Question: Are you required to get your fingerprints taken in order to get your medical cannabis card?
No. The state removed background checks on August 28, 2018.
Question: How long will this visit last?
Visits usually take an hour to two.
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