AMCA recognises that several companies in Australia are providing compassionate access supply of medicinal cannabis to patients in need.
However, there is need for a scheme to provide a coordinated approach to build and distribute a larger supply to patients-in-need Australia-wide.
To establish this scheme, AMCA invites medicinal cannabis producers to donate goods or funds to ensure supply for patients unable to afford their supply. Please scroll down to register your expression of interest in being a COMPASS industry donor.
AMCA also invites volunteers to join working groups to design and plan supply, allocation, distribution and other aspects to ensure smooth operation of the scheme. Please scroll down to register your interest in being on a COMPASS working group.
To support the development of this unique national compassionate access scheme, AMCA has created 5 working groups:
1. Industry and Product Supply
2. Clinical Patient
3. Pharmacy / Distribution
5. Financial and Fundraising
If you would like to join a COMPASS working group, please complete the form on this page.
12-month contract for committed monthly supply to the scheme
Ad-hoc supply (excess stock, short-shelf life)
1. General financial support for the scheme
2. Funding to purchase CAS supply as / when required
3. Supply of stock at cost if / when CAS stock runs low
To express your organisation's interest in contributing to this national compassionate access scheme, please complete this online form
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