Grateful Veteran of Fort Myers and Cape Coral
The Grateful Veteran is a non-profit that advocates for medical cannabis for veterans to treat pain and PTSD. Their goal is to educate and support alternatives to pharmaceutical-based treatments.
To help facilitate medical cannabis for veterans the Grateful Veteran finds local Fort Myers and Cape Coral medical marijuana doctors who are willing to see veterans at reduced or no cost. In addition, The Grateful Veteran raises money to pay for the state fee for all veterans.
Why does an in-home caregiver service like Abby Services talk about medical cannabis for veterans?
Abby Services has a mission to support the seniors in Fort Myers and throughout Lee County. We accomplish that by helping to find the best private caregivers in Lee County. Abby Services works with many seniors who are veterans, as does the Grateful Veterans Group.
The Grateful Veteran is an SWFL nonprofit organization that has a simple goal; to help veterans to heal. They believe medical cannabis for veterans has the potential to change the lives of those who have sacrificed everything.
Through their education and guidance, The Grateful Veteran has helped many veterans on their own journey of healing.
If you or someone you know is a veteran who could use their help please reach out to them and be sure to follow The Grateful Veteran on Facebook.
You can also do your own part to help remove the stigma medical cannabis for veterans has by educating yourself on the benefits of this beneficial medicine.
Abby Services Supports seniors who are considering medical marijuana.
In his work with local seniors in Fort Myers and Cape Coral, Scott Strachan RN saw a trend. Many seniors were suffering from pain, anxiety, insomnia, and other afflictions commonly treated with medical marijuana. Through his discussions, he was finding routinely that seniors were curious about the benefits of medical marijuana but were either intimidated about the process and stigma of marijuana as medicine or had tried and failed to use marijuana as medicine.
Abby Services saw this as an educational opportunity and began meeting with seniors to help them through the process of obtaining a medical marijuana card and supporting them through their journey. This was accomplished through free support groups and personal consultations.
Scott Strachan RN had professional clinical experience with hospice, oncology, and general home care. He saw the many opportunities where medical marijuana would help seniors.
Unfortunately with COVID the in-person medical marijuana consultations and support groups were put on standby. However, Abby Services recommends anyone considering medical marijuana contact Dr. Sonn and his team at The Iona Cannabis Clinic. They have a well-informed staff who are there to help. AARP also has some informative articles on medical marijuana.