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Visit One of Our Locations

We have locations opening now throughout West Virginia and are still growing!

OUR LOCATIONS:


How do you plan to visit?

Check In: What Do I Need?
 

In order to visit a The Landing Dispensary, you will need to have:

1. An active WVMCP patient or caregiver card (digital or physical)

• If you need assistance with updating your account information or remaining days supply, click here.

2. The valid State I.D. you used when registering for the program
• Valid forms of ID include: unexpired West Virginia driver’s license, unexpired Ohio identification card issued by the West Virginia bureau of motor vehicles, Unexpired US passport or passport card.


Note: if the patient is a minor, their caregiver must also register in the Patient/Caregiver Registry & the registered Caregiver must also be present. 

One-On-One Consultation

Try a session for free and see which medical cannabis products are right for you. There’s no commitment, pressure, or obligation.

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On Your First Visit...

We will need you to fill out a brief “New Patient Intake Form”.

Once you have completed this at your first visit, we will save your account. 

New Patient Intake Form

The New Patient Intake Form is required to be completed by the patient and/or caregiver on the first visit to The Landing Dispensary. We will use this information to create an account profile within our systems to better help and guide you through your medical cannabis journey.

Save Time on New Patient Intake Form *You will still need to bring valid forms of ID.*

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Download. Print. Complete and Bring.

Follow the link to print a physical copy to bring completed on your first visit. Save time by downloading the New Patient Intake Form at home, and bringing a completed version to the dispensary on your first visit!

We also have physical copies available at THE LANDING Dispensary when you visit.

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AllY

Preferred Method:  Tincture

Condition:  Cancer

The side effects from chemotherapy really impacted my ability to enjoy everyday activities. My goal—get back to enjoying my kids’ sporting events and spending quality time with family.

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Bryon

Preferred Method:  Topical

Condition:  Neuropathy

Dealing with diabetic neuropathy every night was making it difficult to get on with my day. Now a good nights rest is giving me the energy that I was missing.

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