William Noyes Webster Foundation has a team of medical marijuana experts, dedicated to providing our patients with the professional support, resources and products necessary to benefit from the clinical applications of medical marijuana to build healthier lives.
We look forward to the opening of our South Dennis, MA location in spring 2017!
Until then, take advantage of these online resources or contact us directly to start learning about the therapeutic value of medical marijuana.
Please click below for step-by-step instructions on registering as a patient with the state's Medical Use of Marijuana Program.
Is WNWF hiring at this time?
We will begin the interviewing process in August. Please Click here to
submit your resume.
How do I become a medical marijuana patient?
Click here to follow the DPH step-by-step guide to become a patient.
How do I update my personal patient or caregiver information after I register?
Click here for instructions to log in to the DPH Virtual Gateway system.
Are there any fees to become a medical marijuana patient?
Click here for a complete list of DPH medical marijuana fees.
Do patients and caregivers need to get medical marijuana IDs?
Yes, Click here to see samples of patient and caregiver cards.
Are all doctors in Massachusetts allowed to issue certifications to patients?
Click here for information about the physician certification process.
Where can I find information about preventing marijuana abuse?
Click here for information on preventing substance abuse.
I have a disability. Can I speak to someone at DPH by phone?
Yes, you can call or email the DPH Medical Marijuana Program.
Phone: 617-660-5370 or Email DPH at: MedicalMarijuana@State.MA.US
Will WNWF offer discounts to patients with limited income?
Yes, we are working out those details and we will post them when we get closer to opening.
On other matters not covered above, Contact us on our web form below
William Noyes Webster Foundation
IMPORTANT: All information contained on this website is for educational purposes only. None of this information should be construed as medical or treatment advice for any specific person or condition. Cannabis has not been analyzed or approved by the FDA, and there is limited information on the side effects of using cannabis as a medication. You should always consult a licensed physician in all matters related to your health
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