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THCF Clinic - California
Clinics & Mailing Addresses

Riverside and *Sacramento/Grass Valley (*Coming in 2010)
CA (951)782-9898
Fax (951)782-9889

THCF Clinic - Colorado
Clinics & Mailing Addresses

Denver, Durango and Glenwood Springs
CO (303)403-9996
Fax (303)403-9998

THCF Clinic - D.C.
Clinics & Mailing Addresses

Washington, D.C.
D.C. (800)723-0188
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Hawaii
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Honolulu, Hilo and Kapaa
HI (808)823-THCF
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Michigan
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Detroit/Southfield, Flint, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Marquette and Saginaw
MI (248)353-2337
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Montana
Clinics & Mailing Addresses

Billings, Bozeman, Helena and Missoula
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Nevada
Clinic & Mailing Address

Las Vegas and Reno
NV (702)202-0249
Fax (702)202-0304

THCF Clinic - New Mexico
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NM (800)723-0188
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Oregon
Clinics & Mailing Addresses

Portland, Bend, Brookings, Eugene, Grants Pass, Medford and Umatilla
OR (503)281-5100
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Rhode Island
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RI (800)723-0188
Fax (503)235-0120

THCF Clinic - Washington
Clinics & Mailing Addresses

Bellingham, Bellevue/Seattle, Kennewick, Olympia, Port Angeles, Spokane and Vancouver
WA (425)869-6186
Fax (425)869-6378

The Hemp and Cannabis Foundation


The Hemp & Cannabis Foundation is working to end adult marijuana prohibition, restore industrial hemp and help medical marijuana patients. Our goal is to educate people about the medicinal, social and industrial uses for cannabis in order to restore hemp cultivation and end adult cannabis prohibition.

Hemp may be the plant that started humans down the road toward civilization with the invention of agriculture itself. All archaeologists agree that cannabis was among the first crops purposely cultivated by human beings more than 6,000 years ago, and perhaps more than 12,000 years ago, and that hemp may well be the first "crop."

Hemp, marijuana or cannabis grows more rapidly than any other plant in temperate and cooler climates, and grows well in the tropics too. Hemp or cannabis produce more energy, oil, protein, fiber and medicine than any other plant.

Hemp or cannabis where made illegal based upon a racist misinformation campaign to protect and enrich the petro-chemical industries. We call this misinformation campaign "reefer madness," after the title of a 1937 film that purported to show how "a deadly new drug called marijuana" caused people to go insane and kill their family and friends.

While marijuana is prohibited, industrial hemp will be economically prohibitive due to the artificial regulatory burdens imposed by the prohibition of marijuana. When marijuana and cannabis are legally regulated, industrial hemp will return to its rightful place in our agricultural economy.

Restoring industrial hemp to its rightful place in agriculture today will return much control to our farmers, and away from the multinational corporations that dominate our political process and destroy our environment. These capital-intensive, non-sustainable, and environmentally destructive industries have usurped our economic resources and clear-cut huge tracts of the world's forests, given us massive oil spills, wars, toxic waste, massive worldwide pollution, global warming and the destruction of entire ecosystems.

Prohibiting the cultivation of this ancient plant, the most productive source of fiber, oil and protein on our planet, is evil. In its place we have industries that give us processes and products that have led to unprecedented ecological crisis and worldwide destruction of the biological heritage that we should bequeath to our children, grandchildren and future generations. Restore hemp!


THCF has a variety of programs to educate and assist the community.

Perhaps most notably, THCF Medical Clinics has offices in 9 states and has helped over 100,000 patients obtain their state's permit for medical marijuana. Our physicians help qualified patients get a state permit to legally possess, use and grow medical marijuana. Our clinics help patients learn to cultivate cannabis and teach the about alternatives to smoking, such as vaporization and making cannabis foods and extracts with oil, butter, alcohol and glycerine.

THCF has produced over 500 episodes of our live weekly TV show, Cannabis Common Sense. Our show is on cable television in Oregon, Washington, California, Colorado and Michigan, and is available, now, on demand on our websites.

THCF publishes a periodical called Hemp News. Hemp News is the oldest online ezine, which began posting in 1991 on Usenet newsgroups, the predecessor of today's world-wide web.

THCF Museum has a diverse collection of cannabis and hemp artifacts and items. THCF has over a hundred antique medical cannabis containers, bottles and packaging, with multiple items from Eli Lilly, Parke Davis, Johnson & Johnson, Sharpe & Domme, to name some of the pharmaceutical companies still in existence today. THCF Museum has over 400 different books on marijuana and hemp, and many cannabis-related photos, paintings, videos and works of art.

THCF Medical Gardens has, with state permits, helped medical marijuana patients obtain medical marijuana and seeds and cuttings to start their own garden. THCF Medical Gardens is proud to announce that we won the top 4 awards in Oregon NORML's 2008 Oregon Medical Cannabis Awards, a doubleblind barcoded judging of cannabis based on six criteria, potency, aroma, taste, smoothness, appearance and medicinal effect.

THCF also purchases advertising to educate the public and tell the truth about hemp and cannabis.


The Hemp & Cannabis Foundation was founded by Douglas Paul Stanford in August 1999. THCF has an affiliated political committee that was founded in 1990, CRRH or the Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp. CRRH has developed a legislative model to legally regulate marijuana production and sales to adults called the Cannabis Tax Act.

THCF has helped 100,000 patients obtain their state's permit to legally possess, use and grow marijuana. THCF has produced 500 episodes of our TV program, Cannabis Common Sense. THCF's Hemp News is the oldest on-line ezine, since 1991.

State Medical Marijuana
Laws and Information

State of California
Medical Marijuana County Programs, Fees, Forms, FAQs, Legislative History, Responsibilities, Contact Info

State of Colorado
Medical Marijuana Rules, FAQs, Application forms, Updates, Amendment 20

District of Columbia
Coming Soon: Medical Marijuana Rules, FAQs

State of Hawaii (PDF)
Medical Marijuana Patient Info, Prohibited Areas and Activities, FAQ, Conditions, Contact Info

State of Michigan
Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMMP), MDCH, Forms, FAQS, Contact Info

State of Montana
Patient/Caregiver Application, Attending Physician's Statement, Attending Physician's Renewal, Renewal Application Letter, FAQs

State of Nevada
Nevada Administrative Code, Medical Use Of Marijuana, FAQs

State of New Mexico
Participant Application, Medical Provider Certification, FAQs

State of Oregon
Application Instructions, New Applications, Renewal Applications, Legal Advice on Oregon Medical Marijuana Program

State of Rhode Island
Requirements, FAQs, Applications, Guidelines

State of Washington
Medical Marijuana FAQs, Medical Marijuana Public Meetings, Patient Safety, Contact Info

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