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At Utah Therapeutic Health Center (UTTHC), we believe every patient who needs it should have access to Medical Cannabis. That’s why we launched the Uplift program—to help provide access to those who can’t afford vital cannabis treatment on their own.

As a new initiative, we aim to raise enough money to subsidize clinic costs for at least 10 patients per month. We also work to coordinate discounted product prices for qualified Uplift patients at our sponsoring pharmacies. No one should be left suffering simply due to low income. Learn more about Uplift below or more about UTTHC here.

$1,839

raised from donors like you

$8,874

total raised after donation match

as of Tuesday, January 18

22

patient visits subsidized

Uplift Co-Sponsors

These five co-sponsors match every donation made to the Uplift program (up to $1000 per month each), altogether magnifying donations by 6x.

Community Donations

The Uplift program is made possible by donations from the community. Thanks to donation match pledges from UTTHC and our co-sponsors WholecomeCo Cannabis, Deseret Wellness, Beehive Farmacy, and Zion Medicinal, every dollar you donate is magnified by 6x. That means it only takes $42 in donations to help someone in poverty get their first Medical Cannabis Card and gain access to life-changing medicine for up to 9 months.

Donations to Uplift are tax-deductible. View donation terms & conditions here.

Reduce Your Medical Cannabis Costs

Uplift can currently support patients who earn less than 138% of the federal poverty threshold or have terminal medical conditions. In order to receive an Uplift clinic subsidy, a prospective patient must

  • Be 21 years of age or older,
  • Have a qualifying condition according to the Utah Medical Cannabis Act,
  • and EITHER
    • Have medical records indicating terminal condition (i.e., a diagnosed life expectancy of less than six months), OR
    • Currently qualify for Medicaid and have an active Medicaid ID. If you qualify for Medicaid but do not have an active account, you can apply through the Department of Health. Once you are approved, come on back so we can help you get your Medical Cannabis Card!

We hope to expand the requirements for Uplift in the future to include more prospective Medical Cannabis patients who need financial assistance. If you don’t meet the current qualifications, you can also reduce your Medical Cannabis costs with this guide to help you lower your tolerance to THC.

Applications for Uplift are now open.

The Uplift application takes about 5–10 minutes. We’ll ask you to answer a few medical questions, to provide documentation of your Medicaid coverage or terminal illness, and to determine the amount you can currently contribute to your Medical Cannabis Evaluation, if any.

It may take us up to 2 weeks to review your application. If you meet the qualifications, you will be approved for a subsidized clinic visit. This does not guarantee that your QMP will approve you for a Med Card. Patients’ appointments will be scheduled in the order they apply, as long as funds allow.

Contact Us For More Information

Call us at:

(801) 851-5554

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