Maine Medical Cannabis and Marijuana Dispensaries

Wellness Connection of Maine

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Established in 2011, Wellness Connection of Maine operates four medical cannabis dispensaries which are safe, inviting, clean and accessible wellness centers fusing the best features of a pharmacy, community center and wellness practice in one convenient location. Here you can confidently obtain quality, safe medicine from compassionate experts who care about you, in a form that fits your needs and budget.

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Opening Hours:

BREWER, HALLOWELL, PORTLAND and THOMASTON :
10am to 7pm – Monday through Friday
10am to 4pm  – Saturday

Maine residents, please bring a valid Maine Driver’s License or ID (with photo), and either 1/ your original doctor’s certification on tamper-proof paper, OR 2/ your DHHS-issued medical marijuana program card, to EVERY visit.

 NOW ACCEPTING OUT-OF-STATE MEMBERS (VISITING QUALIFYING PATIENTS)
A visiting qualifying patient is a patient with a debilitating medical condition who is not a resident of Maine or who has been a resident of Maine less than 30 days who is qualified by another jurisdiction for the medical use of marijuana.

A qualifying patient visiting Maine from another jurisdiction that authorizes the medical use of marijuana pursuant to a law or regulation of another state or political subdivision may engage in conduct authorized for a qualifying patient by these rules if the following 3 criteria are met:

  • Maine certification: The visitor shall possess a valid Maine-approved written physician certification form completed, signed and dated by the visitor’s home-jurisdiction treating physician. The Maine form is available on the division’s webpage . It must be on tamper proof paper and feature a one year certification . It cannot display any stickers, pictures or pot leaf symbol..
  • Home-jurisdiction certification: The visitor shall possess a valid medical use of marijuana certification issued by the visitor’s home-jurisdiction.
  • Photographic identification. The visitor shall possess a valid photographic identification card or driver’s license issued by the visitor’s home-jurisdiction. 

 

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