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Illinois has now joined other states that have effective medical marijuana laws benefitting seriously ill patients. On Thursday, August 1, Gov. Pat Quinn signed “The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act,” which will provide much-needed relief to patients in the state.
Chicago Compassion Club is here to help you. Call us today and find out if Medical Marijuana may be right for you. We have experienced staff in Illinois to meet you in person and guide you through the process. If you live anywhere near Chicagoland or the surrounding suburbs we have staff willing to meet with you to get the process started. The Illinois medical marijuana program began January 1, 2014. The process to get certified can be rigorous…please don’t wait until the last moment. Contact us to get pre-qualified today. At Chicago Compassion Club, it is our philosophy to offer a safe, confidential and compassionate experience for our clients seeking palliative benefits from the use of medical cannabis. Our medical marijuana compassion club strictly adheres to all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guidelines that protect the privacy and health information of our clients.
There will be wide range of conditions approved by the State of Illinois that allow an individual to qualify for a Illinois registry certification from a physician to obtain medical marijuana. Our medical marijuana information and certification process outlines these conditions and ensures that each client gets the information, support and care that they need and deserve for quality of life.
If you have any questions about the State of Illinois Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act Medical Marijuana Laws (Cannabis Control Act), our services, the registry process or medical marijuana information in general, please don’t hesitate to email us at ObscureMyEmail
We at Chicago Compassion Club believe that benefits can be found in the best practices from many alternative health disciplines, and consider medicinal marijuana to be a best practice. Our goal is to help clients live more comfortably and become more independent.
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We are dedicated to healing and wholeness, strive to be faithful to the best interests of our clients, staff, associates and the community. If you suffer from any of the following conditions listed below, you may be eligible for an Illinois Medical Marijuana Card.
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Qualifying Conditions Currently Include:
Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome)
ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
Arnold-Chiari malformation and Syringomyelia.
Cachexia or wasting syndrome
Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type II)
Positive status for HIV (human immunodeficiency virus)
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Residual limb pain
RSD (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type I)
Severe fibromyalgia or any spinal cord disease including but not limited to: arachnoiditis
Spinal cord injury
Spinocerebellar Ataxia (SCA)
Traumatic brain injury and post-concussion syndrome
Watch for Updates!
The Illinois Medical Cannabis Advisory Board recommended adding several disorders to the list of conditions that qualify for treatment under the state’s medical marijuana law. The board was petitioned to consider adding anorexia nervosa, anxiety, chronic post-operative pain, diabetes, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, essential thrombcythemia with a JAK 2 mutation, irritable bowel syndrome, migraine, Neuro-Behcet’s autoimmune disease, neuropathy (peripheral and diabetic), osteoarthritis, polycystic kidney disease, PTSD, and superior canal dehiscence syndrome to the list of debilitating conditions that might be treated with marijuana under the Illinois Medical Cannabis program.
The board met in Chicago on Monday, May 4, 2015, to review – and hear testimony on – possible additions to the list of conditions which may be treated with medical cannabis. They voted in favor of approving conditions including anorexia nervosa, osteoarthritis, diabetic neuropathy, periphery polyneuropathy, migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, and post-traumatic stress disorder to the list.