Treatment is coming.

Make sure you’re prepared.

Texans with intractable epilepsy will soon have access to low-THC cannabis. Pre-register today to be first in line to access this treatment option.

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Pre-Register

Pre-register today to:

  • Be the first to know when neurologists are accepting appointments
  • Meet with registered neurologists from the convenience of your computer or smart device
  • Receive treatment immediately following neurologists’ approval

Receive Treatment in 3 Easy Steps

Schedule Evaluations

Schedule evaluations

After you pre-register, we will notify you when neurologists are accepting appointments.

Meet Online

Meet online

Meet a neurologist online from the convenience of your computer or smart device.

Receive Medication

Receive treatment

Following the approval of two qualified neurologists your medication will be available at a licensed dispensary.

Texas Compassionate Use Act

What you need to know

Enacted by the Texas Legislature in 2015, Senate Bill 339 requires DPS to create a secure registry of neurologists who treat epilepsy for the purpose of recommending low-THC cannabis to patients who have been diagnosed with intractable epilepsy. In addition, the bill requires DPS to license at least three dispensing organizations to cultivate, process and dispense low-THC cannabis to prescribed patients.

Texas Compassionate Use Act

Pre-Register Today!

Pre-register today to be first in line to access this treatment option.

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