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Cannabis (Marijuana)

Cannabis Use Disorder is a brain disease characterized by persistent cannabis-seeking and/or cannabis-taking behaviors, causing clinical and functional impairment, such as health problems, disability, and failure to meet major responsibilities at work, school, or home (DSM-5).

Prevention programs strengthen protective factors by addressing those most at risk with accurate information about cannabis, articulate the potential consequences of misuse/abuse, and offer activities unrelated to using. To find the right program for your community, check out SAMHSA's Resource Center.

Update on Michigan Marihuana Law

As voted on in the November 6th mid-term election:

Resources created by the Michigan Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors, Kenneth Stecker and Kinga Canike For more information, please contact Kenneth Stecker and Kinga Canike at steckerk@michigan.gov and canikek@michigan.gov.

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