QUINTE WEST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESS RELEASE
DATE: September 28, 2015
RE: You are invited to the official opening of MFT Trenton office helping injured soldiers access legal medical marijuana
Trenton, ON: Marijuana For Trauma (MFT) has opened up a new office in Trenton to provide alternative medical solutions to veterans, first responders and civilians. They have been providing this service for well over one year from its base in New Brunswick and this will be the 6th office they have opened. “MFT CEO and founder Fabian Henry's primary objective was to reach out to as many veterans with PTSD and chronic pain as possible,” said Robert Kennedy manager of the Trenton office. “We want to assist them in getting legal coverage for medical marijuana through the Ministry of Veterans Affairs and other sources”.
To date MFT has assisted over 500 patients’ access a natural choice medication and treatment for their injuries. MFT has been profiled widely in media in the Maritimes where they already have four offices and is featured in the current June, 2105 Edition of High Times magazine.
MFT is ready to expand in Ontario after opening an office in Markham in May of this year and now this one in Trenton. This is going to allow many more veterans to be reached as many of them live in the province. The Marijuana For Trauma - Trenton office is located at 255 Glen Miller Road, unit 9 in the Riverside Plaza featuring lots of free parking and easy access off the 401. The grand opening of our new Trenton office will also showcase areas for peer support meetings, Yoga and meditation on a weekly basis. There is a website where you can find out more about the support and services being offered, go to www.mftontario.ca To contact the local office to find out more call (613)965-6780 or email Rob Kennedy at email@example.com
“MFT staff are all volunteers aside from the administration positions”, said Mr. Kennedy, “and all monetary gains are rolled back into veteran programs to which we will be organizing. We believe (and facts show) that Medicinal Marijuana provides great relief alternatively to traditional pharmaceutical. Many of the drug regimens have side effects which can include suicidal ideation, erectile dysfunction, numbness, etc. Marijuana shares none of these, and with so many veterans committing suicide, we believe that cannabis has its place in our treatment plan.”
'Veterans Helping Veterans'