Seekonk Clinic Info
Our cannabis physician will review your medical condition and certify you to obtain a medical marijuana card. Apply online and visit our clinic in Seekonk, MA.
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Veterans Discount (10% with proof)
- Wheelchair Accessible
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How much does it cost?
Clinic Fee - $195
MMMP Fee - $50
Waived with proof of hardship MassHealth SSI Income < 300% of poverty
MassHealth: $0 SSI: $0 Income < 300% of poverty: $0
How long does it take?
After being registered in the online system, it will take about 10 days from your appointment.
How do I qualify?
- You have to be formally diagnosed with a qualifying condition by a medical professional
- You must have corresponding medical records confirming your diagnosis
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See What Our Patients in Seekonk Are Saying
After using prescription pain pills for over five years, I just couldn’t take it anymore. Everyone around me could tell that I was more and more drained and not acting like myself. My friend told me that he was able to stop using prescription medication altogether, and that was enough for me to give it a try. I have slowly weaned down my narcotics and only use them in extreme situations. Not only does it help with my pain, but I am in a much better mood all the time periods you are tired of taking oxy, I would recommend trying medical marijuana.
I had heard a lot about medical marijuana in the news lately, so I decided to do some more research on getting a card for my epilepsy. I thought like for most government programs it would be a ton of work, but I was pleasantly surprised. I had one of the qualifying conditions and simply filled out the application online. The physician in my appointment was very helpful, and I got my card right away. I am very happy with your service and would recommend it to other patients. Thanks again.
I started using cannabis illegally some of my friends from the VA when I got back from Afghanistan. I noticed it helped with my depression and anxiety that I was having at night. I am using a strain called train wreck that helps me sleep through the night. Eventually, my girlfriend said that if I continued to use cannabis that I needed to get a medical card and be legal. I filled out the application online I meant one thing to get my card after clinic. I would recommend medical cannabis to other vets and PTSD patients.
Admittedly, I was very apprehensive about trying medical marijuana. I grew up in the reefer madness days and thought it was a dangerous drug. My perception changed once I saw the CNN documentary showing how it helped with muscle spasms. It took me a little while to get used to it, but now I love it, and I’m sleeping great again. The only negative side effect for me is that sometimes I eat too much. I’m not sure if I was losing my appetite before or of this just strongly enhances it. Overall, all take that side effect over prescription pills I was taking any day. I’m looking forward to seeing the doctor again next year and updating him on my progress.