This page is set aside to list links to organizations that support the use of medicinal marijuana, whether through scientific research, activism (grassroots & otherwise), civil rights, or community support. We hope you find them helpful!

National Organizations
Marijuana Policy Project MPP and MPP Foundation envision a nation where marijuana is legally regulated similarly to alcohol, marijuana education is honest and realistic, and treatment for problem marijuana users is non-coercive and geared toward reducing
Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) is a membership-based, IRS-approved 501 (c) (3) non-profit research and educational organization. Their mission is to develop psychedelics and marijuana into legal prescription medicines for therapeutic applications. They are actively developing and funding clinical trials with human subjects in accordance with guidelines set forth by the United States’ Food and Drug Administration, the European Medicines Agency, and the International Council on Harmonization (ICH/GCP) Raising awareness of the consequences of prohibition through news and activism supporting sensible
MERCY:  The Medical Cannabis Resource Center Pioneering Common Sense Compassion via News, Information and other Resources on Medical Cannabis (Marijuana) in Oregon, across America and around the
Common Sense for Drug Policy Common Sense for Drug Policy is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to reforming drug policy and expanding harm
Medical Marijuana Medical Marijuana presents laws, studies, statistics, surveys, government reports, and pro and con statements on questions related to marijuana as
The 420 Times The 420 Timesis a monthly magazine for information about medical marijuana for patients, caregivers and
Tardive Dyskinesia Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) is a result of damage to the bodily systems that process dopamine, and is typically caused by exposure to certain neurological medications – including Reglan. The symptoms of TD, which are irreversible and incurable, mimic those of Parkinson’s disease. Tardive Dyskinesia victims suffer from involuntary, repetitive movements which often continue after the drug is no longer used. Some patients do report that their use of marijuana relieves their symptoms. This site features the most up-to-date information on TD, its causes and all known treatment options. Additionally, they distribute free support books and informational packets.
420 University 420 University is a medical marijuana training school committed to career development for individuals interested in compassionate
Medical Cannabis University Medical Cannabis University is an on-line educational program offering classes on legal issues, business operations, growing, medical benefits, cloning, POS systems and more.  MCU provides the opportunity for students to learn on-line from home.  They may also have openings for on-line medical marijuana instructors. Medical Cannabis University  
Medicinal Marijuana Advocates Group The Medicinal Marijuana Advocates Group supports the providing of safe and responsible access to medical cannabis for qualifying patients. Their goal is to do so through the employment of peaceful, appropriate protest, and the organization is structured in a manner that covers both national and state wide grass-roots based support.
State Specific Organizations

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