Advocate Alley

Co-Founder, Bridget Seritt testifying at a bill hearing at the Colorado State Capitol. Using visuals can help Legislators relate.

Right now, access to cannabis is still not federally legal, and many states still haven’t passed viable medical programs. As patients, it is our job to help educate policy makers so that access for the sickest of patients is legal and attainable. Here is some downloadable material you can use to help educate yourself and your community.

CPRC also has five different educational curriculum sets to help you as you educate your patients, the general community, and your policy makers. Each subject has a slide show, a sharable pdf of the slide show, a Teacher’s Guide, a class handout, and several social media graphics.

Not sure how to get started with advocacy? No worries! Canna-Patient Resource Connection’s Patient Advocacy and Leadership classes will help get you on your way! Download these publications then read more about the political side of medical cannabis here.

Many states are encountering pushback from legislators claiming that crime rates and road fatalities have increased dramatically in states that have regulated cannabis. Canna-Patient pulled data from all of the states that regulated both medical and recreational, and after analysis – no correlation could be found between cannabis laws and road fatalities/crime. Download the report below for more information. Check out the report below or here.

Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.

J.R.R. Tolkien

It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.

J. K. Rowling

Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.

Dr. Seuss

Why should we choose leadership?

%d bloggers like this: