Cannabis for Veterans

Cannabis for Veterans

Cannabis for Veterans with Joshua Linney. Joshua is a Florida native, born 1975, in Manatee County where he still resides. He served in the US Army during Operation Vigilant Warrior, and as a result, now advocates with Veterans For Cannabis for legal access to medical cannabis, which he used to end his pharmaceutical dependence and now manages his conditions with. Joshua is currently the Director of Web Development and Fundraising with the VFC Foundation. He also oversees Operation CannHeal outreach to bring medical cannabis access to Florida Veterans to help restore the quality of life and purpose as a way to reduce suicides and accidental prescription overdoses. Other VFCF programs include education, certifications and career training for Veteran entrepreneurship in the cannabis industry, like the VFCUSA product line and other business ownership opportunities.

Cannabis for Veterans
Cannabis for Veterans has a mission and its to reduce deaths associated with accidental overdose from prescription pain medication and overall suffering associated with PTSD and chronic pain in Veterans and all patients through the distribution of highest quality DNA-sequenced CBD oil. First and foremost, they are Educators—helping physicians, patients and Veterans discuss cannabis usage openly, honestly and informatively. VFC’S VISION is a world where the suffering of those who serve our country can be mitigated by the treatment that does not further damage their bodies, minds, and lives, or cause the death of more than 50 Veterans a day from suicide and accidental overdose.