Sparc

Where
1256 Mission Street, San Francisco , CA
Call
+1 415.252.7727
Contact
Email
Web
Sparc Website
Tags
Medical Marijuana, Health & Wellness
Hours
Mon-Sat (11am-7pm)
Sun (12pm-5pm)
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Serving patients since 2001…

SPARC began as a collaboration between several small collectives serving distinct patient populations in San Francisco. SPARC's work was focused primarily on serving low-income patients suffering from chronic and terminal illnesses.

As our member-base continued to expand through the integration of small patient collectives, we sought a permit from the City of San Francisco to open a central healing center and dispensary. This important step allows us to increase our capacity to serve a wider array of members. Our organization is rooted in the same compassionate, patient-centered service that we have maintained for almost a decade. We work to bring a community-friendly and scientific approach to providing medical cannabis to our members.

Your membership with SPARC helps us continue to expand our free health service programs, as well as our subsidized distribution network for seriously ill, low-income patients in San Francisco.

We have been providing medical cannabis to critically ill patients in hospice at no cost for almost 10 years.

“We are grateful for SPARC’s partnership and support. We have seen many patients whose conditions have greatly improved through the use of cannabis for pain management, nausea, harm reduction and other valuable medical uses.”
– Tim Patriarca, Former Executive Director of Maitri AIDS Hospice

As a not for profit organization, our proceeds are reinvested directly into patient services and community activism. As we grow, our advocacy and patient services grow, too.

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  • RT @mrmarstoday: My next live show is free, 18+, and takes place in a medical marijuana dispensary after-hours. May 22 9-11pm at @SPARCcann…
  • Join us for the next SPARC showcase! Thursday the 22nd! Free and open to the public, non members RSVP… http://t.co/xxdXDEw1h8
  • No way! RT @DrugPolicyNews Do you think we should arrest people simply for using or possessing drugs? If no, RT #NoMoreDrugWar

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