Join with the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) state chapters from Missouri and Colorado including Greater Saint Louis NORML, Springfield NORML, NORML Kansas City, University of Missouri NORML, Mid-MO NORML, and Denver NORML to support NORML’s Project 4-22, an educational experience and documentary.
Twenty-two veterans traveled from Missouri, into Colorado, to attend the NORML Project 22 Summit at the 1st Annual Cannabis Research Conference in Pueblo Colorado to learn about the benefits of medical cannabis.
The experience was recorded and will be shared as a documentary. Other veterans will be able to share in the experience and learn how cannabis therapy alleviates the mental illness symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) caused by exposure to military combat service.
The conference was held on April 28th, 29th, and 30th in Pueblo Colorado. Fundraising for NORML’s Project 4-22 was initiated on veterans day 11/11/16.
A national mental health crises exists among veterans. On average, 22 Veterans commit suicide every day according to a 2012 report from the Veterans Health Administration. PTSD is the leading cause of suicidal tendencies and cannabinoid therapy is emerging as an effective medical counter measure to alleviate the symptoms of this post-combat mental illness as well as other issues such as chronic pain.
This project is a joint effort between Greater Saint Louis NORML, Springfield NORML, NORML Kansas City, University of Missouri NORML, Mid-MO NORML, and Denver NORML
Tax Deductible Sponsorships
NORML’s Project 4-22 tax deductible donations are submitted through NORML Foundation. Please contact NORML’s Project 4-22 for more information.
With a sponsorship you or your company’s name will be proudly displayed on all promotional materials or publications. Your business or organization will benefit from nationwide and regional exposure as a sponsor of Project 22. Inquire here for tax-deductible donations: Dan Viets or Blake Bell
NORML’s Project 4-22 has completed it’s trip for 2017. Please check back for our 2018 planned excursion for next year’s International Cannabis Research Conference in Pueblo, Colorado. Plans will be made later this year. As a veteran, you’ll not want to miss our 2018 trip. Like us on Facebook to keep informed of future developments.
NORML’s Project 4-22 representatives are available for speaking engagements with your group or organization. Contact us for more information.
Please allow 24 hours for a response when contacting NORML’s Project 4-22. We are happy to to respond to your inquiry.
NORML’s Project 4-22 is an initiative supported by state-wide NORML chapters: Greater St. Louis, Mid-MO, Columbia, Kansas City, Springfield, Missouri University, and Denver NORML.
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