Marijuana Health and Safety Hotline now available in Colorado

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DENVER — Health officials in Colorado have launched a call center for people who have health questions related to marijuana use.

Pharmacists, nurses and toxicology experts from Denver Health’s Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center will be available to answer questions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“These medical experts can answer questions about occupational safety hazards for marijuana industry workers as well as questions about pesticides, toxins, additives, ingredients and contaminants in marijuana and cannabidiol products,” officials said in a statement.

The number is 877-741-3777.

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The line is not meant for anyone experiencing life-threatening emergencies, officials said.

“Additionally, this line is not meant for use as a directory of dispensaries and will not be useful for anyone seeking specifics of dispensaries, such as locations, hours and pricing,” officials stated.

The hotline is a three-month pilot program funded by the City and County of Denver that might be extended, officials stated.



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