A Road Less Traveled in the Cannabis Industry --
MCC is approved by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) to teach California SB 94 Regulations for the medicinal and adult use of cannabis under the CDSS Continuing Education Program for Health Care Facility (HCF) Licensees and Administrators.
The MCC serves on the Advisory Board for the first federally funded Study on cannabis.
ON-LINE Cannabis Approval
MCC teaches an easy to learn, 6-Plant Indoor Cultivation System that uses soil and hydroponic mediums
compares the safety and efficacy of a cannabinoid-based medicine, with the standard therapeutic treatment for Pressure Injuries
Learn how to provide services and products as a Medical Cannabis Practitioner
OVERVIEW OF CALIFORNIA SB 94 REGULATIONS for the medicinal and adult use of cannabis
2-hour ON-LINE Course
The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) has approved this Course for Continuing Education Units for health care facility licensees and administrators
The MCC is a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 for the purpose of providing education and resources that support the advancement of healthcare services provided to patients who have a physician’s approval for the use of cannabis.
The MCC is located at 52 North Mentor Avenue in Pasadena, California. Over 3,000 participants including physicians, patients, attorneys, dispensary operators, cultivators, law enforcement officers and municipal officials have attended classes and workshops provided by the MCC.
Medical Cannabis Information and Resource Center
Although many cities still have an Ordinance prohibiting a “retail license” for the sale of cannabis products, the Medical Cannabis “Information and Resource Center” is a viable option.
The Information and Resource Center can include a cannabis bookstore, cultivation classes, physician medical cannabis approvals, information services regarding the medicinal use of cannabinoids, the Department of Public Health ID Card Program and the SB 94 Regulatory Information.
The Information and Resource Center can be used to effectively generate community support for the City’s approval of a Medical Cannabis Retail License.
MCC Approved by California Department of Social Services (CDSS) to Teach SB 94 Regulations
January 2018 the CDSS approved the MCC to teach a course on Senate Bill 94 for Licensees of Health Care Facilities. The course is currently taught under the CDSS Continuing Education Program for the Re-certification of Health Care Facility Licensees and Administrators.
National Institute of Health (NIH) Cannabis Study
The MCC is represented on the Advisory Board for the National Institute of Health, 5-year, longitudinal study on the Use of Cannabis Among Young Adults in Los Angeles County.
Medical Cannabis Practitioner Program
In a clinical setting, program participants learn how to provide patient information and services as a Practitioner specializing in cannabinoid therapeutics.
MCC Practitioners use a HIPAA Compliant ON-LINE Tele-Health platform to assist non-ambulatory patients by providing the information that is needed in order to use cannabis effectively and safely as a complementary treatment option.
The MCC Physician Orientation is an on-line class for physicians who approve a patient’s use of cannabis.
The Orientation focuses on compliance under federal law and Medical Board guidelines, including liability issues related to the approval of a patient’s use of cannabis.
Patient Cultivation Workshop
Under Senate Bill 94, California residents are permitted to cultivate up to six (6) plants. The MCC Cultivation Workshop uses live plants to teach participants how to produce up to 1 pound of cannabis every 6-8 weeks.
The cultivation system is in-door and easy to learn. The MCC has taught the Cultivation Workshop since 2011.
Clean Green Organic Certification Program
The Clean Green Program, founded by Chris Van Hook a USDA Organic Certifier, is based on the USDA Organic Program. The MCC 6-Plant In-door Cultivation System is Clean Green Certified.
DJ Short Genetics
In association with DJ Short, the MCC initiated the “Blueberry Project” for the purpose of identifying the genome for an optimum phenotype and standardizing the key genetic markers in a pharmaceutical grade product.
The MCC was established in 2006 for the purpose of providing an educational program to support the advancement of healthcare services provided under State approved Medical Marijuana Programs.
52 North Mentor Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91106
11AM to 5PM Monday – Friday
Closed Saturday and Sunday