Marijuana Weed Facts Campaign

Weed Facts is a harm reduction campaign that emphasizes safe storage, dangers associated with driving under the influence of marijuana, and risks of adolescent use and use of marijuana while pregnant or breastfeeding.

The campaign, funded by the state’s Medical Marihuana Operation and Oversight grant, comes at a critical time in Michigan. A series of focus groups in Barry and Eaton counties confirmed the need for consistent, factual information regarding marijuana use.

Marijuana use can lead to the development of use that interferes with daily life, known as a marijuana use disorder. Contact the following resources in your county for assessment and treatment resources:

Barry County
Barry County Community Mental Health Authority: 269-948-8041
Southwest Michigan Behavioral Health: 800-676-0423

Eaton County
Community Mental Health Authority of Clinton, Eaton, Ingham Counties: 517-346-8200
Mid-State Health Network: 844-405-3095


Laws and Regulations
Marijuana in Michigan

Health Effects
Marijuana: How can it affect your health? 

Marijuana and Teens

CDC Factsheet: What you need to know about marijuana use in teens
For Parents:

Marijuana and Pregnancy

SAMHSA: Marijuana and pregnancy
CDC: Marijuana and pregnancy