Compassion Associates – People Helping People Feel Better

Buds are removed from a container at the “Oregon’s Finest” medical marijuana dispensary in Portland, Oregon April 8, 2014. Over 20 Oregon cities and counties are moving to temporarily ban medical marijuana dispensaries ahead of a May deadline, reflecting a divide between liberal Portland and more conservative rural areas wary about allowing medical weed. Portland, Oregon’s largest city, already has a number of medical marijuana clinics and has not moved to ban them. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola (UNITED STATES – Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY POLITICS HEALTH) – RTR3KMHE

Compassion Associates is a patient-based, New Jersey not-for-profit organization that was formed to help “qualified” patients understand their rights and obtain medical marijuana as authorized by CUMMA. Our group will help educate the public about the status of the new law; we will inform and help “qualified” patients under the law to obtain their Medical Marijuana Registry Identification Cards and register with Alternative Treatment Centers in New Jersey; and — using our “Nobody Gets Left Out Campaign” — we will help all qualified patients under the new law, including low-income individuals, gain access to medical marijuana in New Jersey.


Our organization’s slogan is “People Helping People Feel Better” because we believe that every person is fundamentally entitled to personal happiness and comfort, and that the best way to help achieve this for all of us is to join together as a Community to support and provide compassion and comfort to those patients in need.


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