Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana 815 Almar Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95060 The Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana (WAMM) is an organization that offers safe and organic medical marijuana on…More a donation basis to patients with a doctor's recommendation for the treatment of chronic and terminal illnesses. WAMM is comprised of patients and caregivers which functions in compliance with HS11362.5 and acts in accordance with Santa Cruz City Ordinance SC 2000-06 and 2000-12.
Ben Rice 331 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95062 Ben Rice is a criminal attorney who handles a variety of cases including medical marijuana and DUI cases. Call for more…More information.
Santa Cruz Patients Collective 115 Limekiln St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Santa Cruz Patients Collective is a medical marijuana dispensary for patients with a prescription.
Greenway Compassionate Relief 140 Dubois St, Santa Cruz, CA95060 Greenway Compassionate Relief is a medicinal marijuana distributor in Santa Cruz. To learn more about the distributor's…More services and medical applications, visit the website listed.
New Life Community Services 707 Fair Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95060 New Life Community Services calls itself the oldest family shelter program in Santa Cruz County. Launched in 1972, New…More Life primarily focuses on drug and alcohol 12-step treatment programs, regularly visiting the regional detention facilities to let inmates know about the programs. Regular Narcotics Anonymous, Marijuana Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous and Cocaine Anonymous meetings are held on the premises. The goal of New Life is to help people transition into healthy, productive lifestyles.
Douglas Fox 331 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz, CA95062 Douglas Fox has been a criminal defense lawyer in Santa Cruz since 1991. Mr. Fox is originally from New York, but…More studied law and passed the bar in California. Mr. Fox handles cases including DUI, crimes of violence and medical marijuana. For a full list of his specialities and to learn more about Mr. Fox, check out his website.
Raha Kudo Design for Dying Project is an extension of Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana, an organization…More started by Valerie Corral in 1993. The nonprofit organization works primarily with WAMM members who are terminally ill.
"They design their desires and their approach to their own death," says Corral, describing the business's mission for its clients.
Raha Kudo trains family members and friends to be caregivers in the late stages of their love ones' lives. According to Corral, about a third of the group's clients are HIV/AIDS patients and about two-thirds are cancer patients.