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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) won’t officially become a medical marijuana qualifying condition in Arizona until Jan. 1, 2015. But Southwest Medical Marijuana Evaluation Center (SWMMEC) is already set to help expedite PTSD candidates’ medical marijuana evaluation process which will allow the qualifying candidates to get their medical marijuana cards as soon as it is legally possible.
SWMMEC has three valley locations that are pre-qualifying PTSD candidates for medical marijuana cards for free. Candidates can also pre-pay for an appointment with SWMMEC in the first week of January, when the doctor will finalize the paperwork needed to make the PTSD candidates medical marijuana patients.
PTSD candidates will receive a discount for pre-paying and scheduling their January 2015 appointment at SWMMEC. Typically, medical marijuana evaluations cost $125 at SWMMEC, but pre-paying will only cost $60.
The Arizona marijuana advocacy group, Arizona Cannabis Nurses Association, is appealing the Arizona Department of Health Services’ terms and delays to implement PTSD as a qualifying condition. So it is possible that the Department of Health Services will be forced to make PTSD a qualifying condition before January 2015.