Do you have unresolved feelings surrounding your military experience? Would you benefit from support in your transition back to civilian life? Do you miss the comradery found in the military?
Struggles of military life are best understood by those with similar experiences. We invite you to join Releaf Rangers in our mission to support the growth and healing of Veterans through mutual assistance, personal development and community service.
Guided discussion topics include:
Harm Reduction, Trigger Avoidance, Non-Violent Communication, Post Traumatic Stress and more!
For more information please visit: http://www.opevac.org/
For questions, contact facilitator Ryan Miller, USMC
(510) 415 - 2593 / email@example.com
a semimonthy event
a semimonthy event
A BAY AREA EQUITY OPPORTUNITY
The ReLeaf family is so proud to be apart of the San Francisco Cannabis Equity Program in 2019! The program aims to effectively address and respond to the long lasting negative affects of the War on Drugs. Like many of you, the ReLeaf Herbal family is local to the Bay Area and has been outraged by the inordinate amount of injustice that specific communities have experienced because of the War on Drugs.
The ReLeaf Herbal family is offering eligible equity candidates the opportunity to learn how to legally navigate the ever changing cannabis industry from the people who are really out here doing it! During this event, participants will get the chance to engage with Owner and Operator, Heidi Hanley, on various topics that will help them become a successful cannabis operator. Participants are welcomed to medicate in our smoke lounge during the guided discussion.
To sign up, become a verified as a Bay Area equity candidate here. Next, verified Bay Area equity candidates will need to sign up with the ReLeaf Herbal family by clicking on the link below. Meetings happen twice a month and dates are disclosed in the ReLeaf newsletter and online. Space is limited so sign up as soon as possible.
Together we can begin to unpack the years of false imprisonment, disenfranchisement, and discrimination that plagued the Bay Area cannabis community.