Medical Cannabis Clinic Takes Strides to Become LGBTQ+ Safe Space
With the help of companies like Encircle.org, The Safe Zone Project, and Utah Pride.
SALT LAKE CITY, May 27, 2021 (Newswire.com) - To show support for the Utah LGBTQ+ community, local Medical Cannabis clinic, Utah Therapeutic Health Center, makes donation to Utah-based LGBTQ youth organization, provides ally training to employees, and participates in Utah Pride's 2021 Rainbow March & Rally.
"By offering our staff sensitivity training, we hope to give them a space to be vulnerable and ask questions about the LGBTQ+ community — similar to the space that they give patients new to or afraid to discuss Medical Cannabis every single day in our clinics. When you enter a UTTHC facility, rest assured that you're entering a safe zone where you'll not be judged for who you love or how you medicate," says Tim Pickett, PA-C, founder of Utah Therapeutic Health Center and utahmarijuana.org.
UTTHC's goal is not only to reduce opioid deaths, treat those in need, and destigmatize the plant, but to create safe spaces and judgment-free zones for all. UTTHC has loads of friendly, compassionate, open-minded medical professionals ready to help you improve your quality of life, rather than judge your lifestyle. Learn more at utahmarijuana.org. Live proud and feel better.
About Utah Therapeutic Health Center
Pioneers in the Utah Medical Cannabis space and big believers in the de-prescribe movement, Utah Therapeutic Health Center, in association with utahmarijuana.org, makes great efforts to innovate, educate, and destigmatize. Founded in 2020 by Utah-native physician assistant Tim Pickett, UTTHC actively works to educate patients, providers, and pharmacists alike. With a long roster of qualified medical providers and clinics all over the state, UTTHC is dedicated to helping Utah patients navigate the program and feel better. Utahmarijuana.org. Feel better.
Source: Utah Therapeutic Health Center