Q: How do I make an appointment?
A: Appointments are not necessary but they are highly recommended, especially for new patient consultations. To make an appointment, please call any of our locations to set this up.
Q: DO YOU ALLOW WALK-INS?
A: Walk-ins are always welcome!
Q: What to do I need to bring to TerraVida?
A: In order to enter the facility, you will need your physical PA patient/caregiver medical marijuana ID card that you received in the mail from the Department of Health. You must also bring a secondary ID, such as a driver’s license or valid state ID for our records. By state law, We DO NOT accept out of state medical marijuana cards. Please bring a list of current medications you are taking, as it will be very helpful for our medical professionals to get a comprehensive understanding of your condition.
Q: Will I need to wait until my issue date on my card?
A: No, you may come in before your issue date. Issue dates are put in place in the event that the card may be lost in the mail.
Q: What should I expect during my consultation?
A: We ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes before your appointment, as you will be asked to fill out a “New Patient Intake Form”. Your initial consultation is for you to meet with our medical professional on site to determine a monthly dose (if not recommended by your recommending medical marijuana physician). The medical professional will work with you to determine a plan for your unique lifestyle. All consultations at TerraVida are free of charge. Should you wish to consult with one of our medical professionals again, we may schedule a follow-up consultation at your convenience.
Q:Do you allow visitors?
A: Please note that only ESSENTIAL visitors are permitted to accompany patients to TerraVida. Essential visitors are defined as: those who are required to transport a patient, parents of a minor, or dependent unable to communicate on their own, an approved caregiver, children of an elderly parent requiring assistance, and children of patients who are unable to find child care during their visit. This policy is for the protection and convenience of our patients. We do not have space for additional, non-essential visitors. Essential visitors are limited to one per patient, excluding minors accompanying a parent. Visitors are asked to reserve all seating for patients and give up their seat for patients as necessary. Visitors must wait in the waiting area while the patient is in the dispensing area.
Q: Do you take credit cards?
A: We are CASH ONLY. We do have an ATM on site in the dispensing area for your convenience. There is a $1.95 service fee to withdraw funds from the ATM.
Q: How much money should I bring?
A: The total price you pay depends entirely on your consultation with our medical professionals, who will work with you to determine the appropriate dosage. We post and update our menus to our “Menu” section of our website daily. There are also menus available at each TerraVida location.
Q: Do I need another consultation if I have visited another TerraVida location?
A: If you choose to visit another location there is no need to schedule an appointment. However, you will be required to fill out a “Returning Patient Intake Form for our files.
Q: What type of products do you have?
A: Our menu assortment is constantly changing as new growers come on board and products become available. Forms that have been available consist of vaporizers (disposable and cartridges), concentrates, oils, capsules, transdermal patches, flower and lotion. You may always call our locations for updates on product availability. In addition to checking in via phone, our newsletter list will receive email updates when new shipments arrive to TerraVida.
Q: I am looking to become a patient in the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program. What are the qualifying conditions?
A: There are 21 qualifying conditions. They are as follows:
Cancer, including remission therapy
Damage to the Nervous Tissue of the Central Nervous System
Dyskinetic and Spastic Movement Disorders
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Opioid Use Disorder
Sickle Cell Anemia