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Gardiner help needed

Discussion in 'Maine Patients' started by tomi mincihin, Apr 7, 2016.

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    tomi mincihin

    tomi mincihin Member

    Hello I have posted that I'm from Gardiner maine I don't have transportation and unfortunately I don't have caregiver because unfortunately I went threw couple caregivers and unfortunately they treated me terrible and no communication. I'm disabled and on low income and have alot of medical conditions.
    I'm in gardiner and would like a reliable caregiver.
    I'm currently been out of product and no help with my disorders because medical flower helps with that. I'm interested in signing with caregiver and have the cards as proof also looking for possible donation or sample of what caregivers have to offer there clients. I hope you understand my post
     
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    jujubee

    jujubee Active Member

    I may be able to help.
     
    Last edited: Apr 7, 2016
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    Jesse The Cook

    Jesse The Cook Member

    Did you end up getting any help with your problem?
     
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    tomi mincihin

    tomi mincihin Member

    Do you do samples or donations of your products
    Unfortunately I had problems with caregiver not reliable or returning cards and screwed me over.
    I called another person but will be awhile in he restocks products. I'm from augusta.
     
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    Tangerine_

    Tangerine_ Well-Known Member

    Just google dispensaries in your area. You're in central Maine so you should be able to find several. I'm in the downeast/northeast area so I wouldn't be much help. You're at least 4hrs from me.
    Also many places like Cannadocs have those monthly newsletter booklets available with several lists of personal caregivers.
    Or you could do as another member suggested and grow your own?
    I'm not sure what your conditions are but growing your own meds not only ensures you know what your getting but its much more economical and extremely therapeutic for most.
     
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    mdanforth

    mdanforth Well-Known Member

    If your caregiver kept your card report him...he'll lose his ability to be a caregiver...as he should
     

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