Dexter, Maine

Cannabis for Cures

At Puffers Place, we believe in the incredible potential of medicinal cannabis to transform lives and provide relief to those facing cancer, debilitating and terminal illnesses. We are not just a typical medical cannabis dispensary; we are a community-driven establishment on a mission to make a meaningful impact through our program called "Cannabis for Cures."

We were founded on the core principle of compassion and the belief that access to cannabis treatments should not be limited to those who can afford it. We understand that medical expenses can be overwhelming, especially for individuals battling cancer, debilitating or terminal illnesses. Through our Cannabis for Cures program, we are able to help them break down financial barriers and provide much-needed support, with little to no-cost. For the best treatment options, a nurse will help you choose the most effective cannabis products for your condition and symptoms.

At Puffers Place, we believe in patients over profits.

Join Us in Making a Difference

We carefully select certain products in our store that contribute to the Cannabis for Cures initiative. A portion of the profits from the sale of these items are allocated to the program. When customers purchase these products, they not only receive top-quality cannabis products but also actively contribute to supporting others in need. Since Jonathan Hanson and Heidi Nunes initiated this program in 2022, we have made a significant impact by donating over $80,000 to support individuals battling illnesses.

Whether you're a regular customer or a first-time visitor, when you step into Puffers Place, you become a part of our mission to bring relief and hope to those facing challenging health conditions. Your support, whether through the "Cannabis for Cures Donation Jar" or choosing select items, helps us help those who need it the most.

B. Tracy Hanson

In Memory of B. Tracy Hanson

This program is dedicated to B. Tracy Hanson, whose inspiration and support made possible the establishment of Puffer’s Place. Tracy was a dedicated educator, committed to bringing communities together, helping marginalized students, and promoting a sustainable and internationally tolerant global society. For these efforts she was the recipient of the World Icon Of Peace Global Education Leader Award, and the International Vigor Award.

She passed away on August 1st, 2022 from health complications and is sorely missed.