Welcome to The Healing Clinic
Chicago's very own Medical Cannabis Patient Advocacy Center - now offering Integrative Primary Care!
At The Healing Clinic, we assist qualifying patients in obtaining a “Medical Cannabis Registration Card” which allows them to purchase, possess and use medical marijuana in the state of Illinois. We provide a safe, professional, and state-compliant facility where qualifying patients can be seen by compassionate doctors in a comfortable, and non-judgmental setting.
We also provide our patients with medical marijuana patient advocacy services. Each patient is assigned a Patient Advocate who will make the application process easy and will be available to answer questions about the “Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program”. Our Advocates will provide patients with the most up to date and comprehensive information about the law and their rights as registered patients.
We realize the responsibility that we have, being on the forefront of this movement, to educate both qualifying patients and the public about the therapeutic and palliative benefits of medical marijuana. By promoting awareness through our educational services, we hope to eliminate the stigma attached to using marijuana for medicinal purposes.
The Healing Clinic will be the first to provide advocacy, education, and certification for qualifying cannabis patients in Illinois.
Great staff, free for patients, and incredibly informative. I highly recommend stopping by and sitting for one of there great seminars.
The advocates here genuinely care, to more readily provide support for those suffering; however that suffering may manifest itself.Genuine people work here for honest reasons.5/5
As medical cannabis in Illinois moves closer to becoming a reality, it will be increasingly important to have patient advocates and a network of guidance and support to help terminally ill patients get the care and therapy they need.The Healing Clinic has already begun to position itself as a premiere resource for Medical Cannabis information and assistance in Chicago.