CCC to Host Grand Opening for New Kittanning Location at The Rehab Centre Chiropractic Group

CCC to Host Grand Opening for New Kittanning Location at The Rehab Centre Chiropractic Group

The Kittanning office will provide medical cannabis evaluations and certifications, as well as THC-free, CBD products available for purchase by medical cannabis patients and non-cardholders.

Compassionate Certification Centers™, a U.S. medical cannabis healthcare system, today announced it will host a community ribbon cutting ceremony at its new Kittanning office, located inside chiropractic group The Rehab Centre, from 9 to 10 a.m., Friday, March 15th, at 301 Arthur St., in Kittanning.

The new office will provide medical cannabis evaluations and certifications with walk-ins welcome from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Wednesdays and Fridays. In addition, Compassionate Certification Centers’ THC-free, CBD product line will be available for purchase by medical cannabis patients and non-cardholders.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 888-316-9085 or visit compassionatecertificationcenters.com.

The Kittanning facility is located near Armstrong County Memorial Hospital and will provide valuable medical cannabis services to a rural enclave of the county. Compassionate Certification Centers has helped thousands of patients in Pennsylvania receive alternative treatment options, including those suffering from opioid addiction.

“We are seeing more and more patients desiring cannabis as a natural treatment option for opioid reduction therapy,” commented Darlene Geppert, RN, Director of Clinical Cannabis Operations and Training.

Pennsylvania was one of the first states to approve medical cannabis for opiate therapy along with New York and Illinois. The National Institute on Drug Abuse is currently implementing a large study of more than 10,000 New York medical cannabis patients to see if their opioid use decreases over the next two years.

“I spent over a decade as an emergency room RN and in my experience, nothing has been as successful as medical cannabis for opiate therapy, not Suboxone, Methadone, or Vivitrol,” stated Aimee Faiella, RN, Senior Executive Nurse at Compassionate Certification Centers.

According to the Armstrong-Indiana Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission, the county saw a significant decrease in opioid overdose deaths in 2018, versus 41in both 2016 and 2017.

Compassionate Certification Centers has educated the communities of Kittanning, Butler, Clarion, and Natrona Heights with over 30 events in the past two years. In July 2019, the organization will host its 3rdAnnual World Medical Cannabis Conference & Expo in Philadelphia.

For more information visit compassionatecertificationcenters.com.

About Compassionate Certification Centers

Compassionate Certification Centers is the first United States Medical Cannabis Healthcare System, specializing in cannabis medicine. The company is devoted to assisting U.S. citizens discover medical cannabis treatment options in a way that respects the laws of each state with proof of compliance for the respective governing agencies.

Compassionate Certification Centers employs a team of medical cannabis doctors from different specialties who inform, educate, and guide patients on how to obtain a Medical Card and different treatment options to potentially improve quality of life. Its network of convenient healthcare centers offers CBD and THC consultation and care, as well as a full spectrum of CBD products to purchase onsite or online. Compassionate Certification Centers provides a patient-friendly experience in a comfortable and supportive environment. The organization is able to operate its centers with a retail component in every medical region in the country.

Compassionate Certification Centers is involved in expanding medical cannabis education and is currently conducting a clinical trial on CBD. The organization annually hosts the World Medical Cannabis Conference & Expo, a multi-day event that features industry experts in the fields of business, science, medicine, technology, policy, and more. For information, visit compassionatecertificationcenters.com or join the discussion at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Google+.