Returning guest, combat vet Dan Schmink, has been dangerously close to suicide with PTSD and combat wounds. He shares insights about coping and finding joy.
Help Me PTSD is an Arizona-based advocacy dedicated to helping veterans learn about cannabis and provide resources for people with post traumatic stress.
VA Directive 1315 pertaining to its policy regarding veterans using medical marijuana bars the VA from penalizing or denying services to veterans who participate in state-approved medical marijuana programs
Mission Zero is a Florida-based organization founded by United States Army Combat Veteran Jose Belen and his wife Danielle to end the PTSD and veteran suicide epidemic.
Santa Cruz Veterans Alliance is a nonprofit advocacy group that provides free medical marijuana to veterans who need it
Weed for Warriors Project provides Veterans with medical marijuana information, a safe place to fellowship with other Veterans and safe access to free medicine with proof of service/ current medical recommendation.
Leo Bridgewater, an Army veteran/cannabis activist describes his experiences at war and why he devotes his time advocating for cannabis policy change.
Filmmaker Korey Rowe talks about his new documentary on the devastating impact of PTSD and ways in which cannabis helps veterans cope upon return to civilian life.
Veteran Joshua Lee and his wife Julia, a trauma counselor, are showing up to advocate for cannabis policy reform in the Show Me State of Missouri
Snowden Bishop interviews Veterans and PTSD Specialist Dr. Jordan Tishler on why VA policy causes more harm than good.