"For millions of veterans facing debilitating conditions, federal law makes it illegal for Veteran Health Administration physicians to recommend cannabis as a treatment option, and that’s something we urgently need to change."

-Doug Distaso
Veteran Cannabis Project

Curaleaf & Veterans Cannabis Project

The Veterans Cannabis Project is the leading organization that advocates for unrestricted and supported access of medical cannabis for veterans. Curaleaf is launching a nationwide initiative with the VCP to help bring additional visibility to this important issue and help the millions of veterans dealing with chronic pain and other conditions have better access to quality medical cannabis.

This program will roll-out at Curaleaf dispensaries and our retail partners starting with the state of Maryland and then across the country in states where we operate. $1 will be donated to the Veterans Cannabis Project for every box sold. Other cannabis operators are welcome to contact the VCP for more information on participating as this program rolls out in additional states later in the year.

FInd VCP Pre-Rolls Near You
Each box includes five pre-rolls, totaling two grams; prices will vary by state.

Veterans Cannabis Project Art Therapy

Doug Distaso is the Executive Director of the Veterans Cannabis Project. Having experienced the plight that millions of veterans face daily in the United States, Doug has dedicated his post-military life to ensuring a better future for veterans in our country. At VCP, he works to increase access to safe medical cannabis for veterans. In his spare time, Doug is dedicated to helping veterans through art therapy. His artwork is inspired by the unique vantage point he experienced while serving as a special ops pilot in the U.S. Air Force for over 20 years.

His artwork will be on display in Curaleaf dispensaries and available for purchase at:

The VCP Website

Veterans Cannabis Project Art-Therapy

Doug Distaso, Executive Director of the Veterans Cannabis Project, is a military veteran who served more than 21 years in the U.S. Air Force as a special operations pilot. Doug suffered from chronic pain and PTSD as a result of a plane accident during his tour. After experiencing the medical benefits of cannabis first-hand, he began working to increase access to safe medical cannabis for veterans, while also helping veterans through art therapy.

Veterans’ artwork will be on display in Curaleaf dispensaries and available for purchase soon at:

The VCP Website

About Veterans Cannabis Project

Veterans Cannabis Project is dedicated to advocating on behalf of U.S. military veterans’ access to medical cannabis. VCP is committed to educating policymakers and the public about the value of cannabis to veterans and supporting veterans across the nation with the resources they need to understand the value of medical cannabis, know their cannabis rights, and access the tools they need to encourage federal policy change. We work daily to create a community that can heal our nation’s broken approach to cannabis and provide veterans with safe, legal access.