Canada House Wellness Center is dedicated to creating a world-class multi-discipline medical Cannabis service that not only educates and prescribes Cannabis but also collects data for continuing better health outcomes. The mission at Canada House derives from the fundamentals of an original Canada House location similar to installations in the midst of military combat environments where support was sought and offered, and that has become the building blocks of our patient-centered approach. We now have 10 locations to support both Veterans and Civilians. Behind the scenes of our clinics we have technology that supports our prescribing of Cannabis by way of tracking several different aspects of a patient’s health, and do so to always improve our medical services as we set the precedent in the cannabis patient health industry.
Our socially responsible goal is to provide patients with a safe place to turn to, with helpful advice at one of our existing locations. Further to that goal, we understand the importance of being available to the public and we plan on expanding our locations from 10 to 17 within the next 1.5 years. Another vital aspect to our goal of a patient centered approach is creating our own grow operation where we can truly match the patient’s needs and information from our technology to the appropriate strains. Abba Medix has been part of the plan from day one and is a late stage pending Licensed Producer. We believe that if we have the technology to suggest what a patient needs, then we should be also able to offer the prescribed strain without shortage and delay, our patients health is our priority. Canada House is a support system that can offer advice and support for a transition from pharmaceuticals – Abba Medix is a key contributor to that support system.
The founding of Marijuana for Trauma derived from Veterans themselves, and they remain our largest clientele at 55% vs. 45% Civilians. As we move forward, we continue to support Veterans causes in a few dimensions, such as Veterans for Healing, which is an organization of Veteran volunteers who assist other Veterans, their families and caregivers. Some of the community outreach done by VFH involves supporting various research activities, developing social programs and innovative treatments. Peer Support groups add to the fundamentals that Canada House was built on and those groups provide Veterans with an opportunity to relate to other Veterans while taking part in activities such as art therapy, music therapy and yoga, not just for the Veterans but spouses and children as well.
We are committed to our patients’ health and strive to be an excellent resource in many communities from all facets of our organization, including those involved with building our technology for data analysis, those we associate with, and our staff including volunteers. Our stakeholders help inspire us to continue working to the highest ethical standards, continuing the facilitation of research and encouraging the people we work with to continue to do so at the highest standards as this is part of our mission and is maintained by our governing principles and those who created them – our Corporate Governance team.