Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center
Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s mission is to offer high-quality medical cannabis in a safe and dignified environment to qualified Rhode Island patients. Committed to patient education and medical marijuana advocacy as a useful and natural treatment, Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center in Providence, Rhode Island strives to simplify the dispensary-patient relationship and provide affordable, quality cannabis medicine for its patients.
The founder of Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center was inspired to found the center because of his grandmother’s painful battle with cancer, where she may have found relief from her suffering and pain had she been legally able to use medical cannabis. His grandmother’s case coupled with many other personal acquaintances suffering from a myriad of illnesses and conditions which could find relief in medical marijuana and combined with his work as a caregiver. These instances all culminated in his choice to found a center where patients like his friends and family could receive their cannabis medicine in an accessible and safe place. In April 2013, the Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center became the first dispensary in Rhode Island, and since has helped patients in Providence and across the state safely access medical marijuana and improve their overall quality of life.
The compassionate team of the Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center in Providence strives to live up to its dispensary’s namesake. Their qualified and knowledgeable staff cares deeply about their patients, advocating for their medical marijuana use and taking the time to work with each to find the best cannabis treatment for their conditions. Always aiming above and beyond, their mission is rooted in an unshakeable commitment to their patients, offering a welcoming facility and a top-quality medicine to qualified medical cannabis patients in Providence, Rhode Island.
Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center’s menu offers a diverse range of flower strains, edibles and medicated drinks, sublingual concentrates, topicals and capsules for their patients, striving to meet the needs of a vast pool of patient needs. Their dispensary also offers a variety of ancillary accessories, and their team is more than happy to explain the pros and cons of different medicine types and consumption methods with curious Providence patients. As part of their commitment to their patients’ wellbeing, the Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center tests all of their cultivated products at certified Rhode Island laboratories, testing for potency and dosage as well as product safety, ensuring that they provide only the highest quality medical cannabis.
Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center is proud to offer a compassion program for all qualifying patients, helping those near the end of their lives find the relief they need. They also offer discounts to seniors, veterans, and qualifying low-income patients, always striving to keep their medicine as affordable as possible. Hosting a variety cannabis classes and events, Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center aims to educate and welcome each of their patients to their medical marijuana community.
Near the junction of the 146 and 95 freeways, Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center lies in the northern heart of Providence, Rhode Island between Smith Hill and College Hill. They proudly are serving patients in the Providence, Cranston, Johnston, Pawtucket, Hillsgrove, Warwick, Apponaug, Lippitt, Lincoln, Smithfield, Cumberland, Woonsocket, Nasonville, Burrillville, Glocester, Foster, Coventry and North Kingstown areas, in addition to any qualified patient in the state of Rhode Island.
Providence is the capital city of Rhode Island, and one of the oldest cities formed in the United States. Lying along the Woonasquatucket River where it meets the Providence River, it is host to the famous Brown University and the Dunkin’ Donuts Center indoor arena that hosts a variety of traveling shows and indoor athletic events. The Rhode Island State House lies on the border of Downtown Providence and the historic Providence Performing Arts Center hosts traveling Broadway shows and concerts. Further south, the Roger Williams Park Zoo attracts visitors from across the east coast, offering ponds, statues and rose gardens for visitors to tour. From Pawtucket’s McCoy Stadium to the TF Green Airport and beyond, Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center proudly helps any qualified Rhode Island patient in need.
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Your allowed 70 grams by law every 2 weeks however they don't do it right & because of their method, I've driven there several times to find out I don't have enough grams, when I know I still have plenty left if they had done it right!! they are way to expensive they don't care about you the customer, all they care about is lining their pockets with $$$$$!!
if you want good product, good prices , good deals, good customer service (even the women security guard is nice as hell. give her a raise) go-to Slater.
Fire bud got 3.2 on every eight great wax didn't use my state aid discount
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A year back I was calling TCS Compassion Center the Alpha-Omega of sites. I wondered how the other two could compete. Festive atmosphere, express lane, free food, water, spacious area with seating, a variety of daily specials with savings for buying in bulk applied. The edibles (particularly cloud 9 drops) were high dosage, ditto for the mints. The ride sucked (middle of Prov.) but I found my home. Then overnight laws lowered the dosage on edibles, (Better you get diabetes than get too high?) making them near worthless. The express lane disappeared and you may now have a 20 minute or longer wait for service. Some of the hipster laid back staff has become surly and detached (though Annie and Sam are top rate) and the once mellow low lit mood is one of frustration in the dark waiting for your number to be called so you can get out of what is now a giant cluster fuck fast. The once huge variety and special pricing have shrunk as well offering little incentive to make the drive. The parking lot is a disaster and yes, the drive still sucks. A year back 4 stars - now 2 and sinking.
I usually go to Tcs but as of late I think summit is better the edibles maybe be stronger now because Tcs had the strongest crispies at one point in time 60mg now they cut em now they only 10mg tcs flower horrible unless it's grown by DCB I smoked a couple good strains from summit n Tcs only give deals on trash weed I bought 25 dollar 8ths of fire gorilla glue from summit
why when I want to look at the menu, there is nothing there
I have heard countless stories of Slater ripping off growers to the tune of over a hundred thousand dollars total. There is no recourse for growers since you can't sue over stolen weed.
Their bud quality is good and prices are in line with all the local dispensaries, that's not to say it's good, but it's okay.
People are so friendly (except for AJ), they have free food sometimes and massages, the staff really treat you like you matter. *feel the love* I keep all the stickers from my grams and put them in a book that I call my "Marijuana Passport". It is clean & discreet, and they have open house days. The facility even has a library, it's really helpful, educational, and worth the trip for low prices on grams, I only buy the cheapest flowers for my condition or holiday specials. I'm proud to be a patient of TCS. The discounts are amazing too: 1. New loyalty card rewards 2. If you are low income 3. buy in bulk, get grams free 4. Volunteer for compensation in medicine only 5. Maybe they will give me a discount for writing this review like I've seen other dispensaries do. Wishful thinking ;)
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can be a little expensive without much discount for bulk but quality is outstanding