HopeNet takes care of over 100 seriously ill patients that have a hard time getting outside, the new Delivery service gives these patients a new way of finding Hope and Compassion.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 02, 2011
HopeNet, a Medical Marijuana Provider in San Francisco, California has announced a New Medical Marijuana Delivery Service that is available to all San Francisco Medical Patients. Current HopeNet members can now call, email or fax their order for Medical Marijuana from the convenience of their home.
Patients new to HopeNet can quickly sign up online anytime or via telephone (415-553-4195) between 12pm-7pm Monday thru Friday and Saturday 12pm-5pm. HopeNet is closed on Sundays.
The Delivery team at HopeNet is knowledgeable, friendly, discreet and fast with delivery. Medical Cannabis Menu is updated daily with various specials emailed to patients on a weekly and monthly basis.
HopeNet operates in the heart of SOMA district as a Medical Cannabis Dispensary where patients can purchase High Grade Cannabis, Hash or Edibles from an experienced Budtender and ingest, smoke, or vaporize their medicine comfortably in the 420 Lounge, Zen Den or Vapor Bar.
223 9th Street, San Francisco CA 94103
About HopeNet Northern California
Helping Patients Find Hope Through the Compassionate Use Act
Established by Catherine and Steve Smith in 1999 as a Doctors Referral Clinic and converted into a Medical Cannabis Dispensary (MCD) in 2002 to serve the needs of patients around the Bay Area, HopeNet has led the way in cannabis legislation, patient services, and neighborhood outreach.
HopeNet became politically active to better serve our patients and help other MCDs and community resource centers serving the medical community by crafting fair legislation which looks out for the best interest of all.
San Francisco was one of the first cities to adopt formal regulations and came to HopeNet for guidance in crafting guidelines for the rest of the MCDs of the city. Steve and Cathy Smith worked closely with the Board of Supervisors during 2004 in writing the legislation for these regulations, eventually including other city departments in the process. This included working groups, one-on-one meetings, and town hall discussions with various aspects of city government; from the Police Department, to the Fire Department, Planning Department, Department of Building and Inspection, District Attorneys Office, Mayors Office for Disabilities, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, and the Health Department which oversees the MCD program.
The regulations became official in 2005, and HopeNet was the first MCD to go through the newly crafted permitting process; again working hand in hand with the Health Department and other assorted San Francisco city departments in hashing out the practical difficulties of implementing the permitting process.
HopeNet still works closely with the Police Department and District Attorneys Office through working groups and aiding officers and command staff with staying current with cannabis legislation. We also continue to work with the San Francisco Fire Department on cultivation guidelines to help the city continue to be a safe place for both growers and residents to live and work.