More than 400 businesses and organizations belong to the Chamber to receive benefits and support efforts to strengthen their businesses and our region. Increased membership allows us to offer additional programs and benefits, have a stronger voice in advocacy and be involved in more activities and initiatives in our communities. The Chamber welcomes its newest member, Justice Grown and Seven Point, to help us fulfill our mission.
Justice Grown is a professional organization with roots in social justice that cultivates ways to improve the lives of patients, their communities and beyond by setting high expectations for standards, practices, and procedures. With growing support in Northeast Pennsylvania, it plans to open additional state-approved medical marijuana dispensaries in addition to the dispensary is already operates in Edwardsville, which it offers qualifying patients medical cannabis treatment. Justice Grown has now partnered with Seven Point, one of 54 state licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in Illinois, to apply for a license to operate a medical marijuana dispensary in Columbia County. Seven Point also provides high-quality medical marijuana education through collaborating with nationally-leading medical marijuana experts. If awarded the license to operate the dispensary in Columbia County, Justice Grown and Seven Point is committed to creating well-paying jobs and contributing to other related economic development. For more information, visit Justice Grown’s website or Seven Point’s website, and they can be reached at 312-593-8448.