Utah Therapeutic Health Center is hosting a two-month-long Winter Goods Drive to benefit those who are entering the 2021-2022 winter season without shelter.
All of UTTHC’s clinics along the Wasatch Front, from Ogden to Provo, are accepting the following items: tarps, tents, sleeping bags, heating supplies, first aid supplies, coats, shoes, boots, and blankets.
“Winter is a beautiful season here in Utah, but the harsh cold that comes with it can be dangerous. We want everyone in our community to feel safe, loved, and supported year-round, and this Winter Goods Drive is one of the best ways to help when it’s cold outside,” said UTTHC founder Tim Pickett.
Anyone who donates one or more of the requested items will be offered a $25 clinic visit discount, good toward a new patient evaluation or renewal.
Donations will be distributed to members of the unsheltered community in partnership with the Salt Lake Open Air Shelter Coalition.
Visit: utahmarijuana.org/clinic for a complete list of UTTHC clinics and their addresses.
UTTHC serves Medical Cannabis patients at its clinics in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, Millcreek, Bountiful, and Cedar City.
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About Utah Therapeutic Health Center
Pioneers in the Utah Medical Cannabis space and big believers in the de-prescribe movement, Utah Therapeutic Health Center, in association with utahmarijuana.org, makes great efforts to innovate, educate, and destigmatize. Founded in 2020 by Utah-native physician assistant Tim Pickett, UTTHC actively works to educate patients, providers, and pharmacists alike. With a long roster of qualified medical providers and clinics all over the state, UTTHC is dedicated to helping Utah patients navigate the program and feel better. Utahmarijuana.org. Feel better.