The Michigan Medical Marijuana Association, also known as the MMMA, is Michigan’s largest advocacy group for the use of medical marijuana. Lead by Michael Komorn, President and CEO, it initially began as an online community for caregivers and patients to share their experiences, information, and advice on the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program.

The MMMA was the first organization founded to help provide a platform for patients and caregivers following the beginning of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Program. Since then, however, it has grown not only as a community and forum, but a legal resource, information database, news outlet, and defender of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act.

Michigan’s Online Community and Library For Medical Marijuana

Members of the community, including caregivers, patients, and legal experts like attorneys, can share their experiences and engage in discussion through the MMMA’s forums. Meanwhile, the blogs compile a host of different stories and perspectives, from legal cases and statistics to interviews with medical professionals. Meanwhile, the Medical Marijuana Library is a comprehensive resource of information for patients, caregivers, and physicians helping them stay above the law. It contains information on qualifying conditions for the MMMP, how to acquire medical marijuana, how to become a caregiver to assist with a patient’s use of medical marijuana and much more.


The Latest MMMA News and Updates

The MMMA also regularly produces and publishes content that can offer further information and a deeper look at the evolution of the legal debate around medical marijuana. The MMMA news videos offer interviews with those who have been in legal disputes around medical marijuana, as well as legal tips, such as what to do in the event of a police encounter. Meanwhile, “Planet Green Trees” is an associated podcast that tends to go into many similar events and issues on a much deeper level. Founder Michael Komorn produces and presents most of MMMA’s digital content, lending his legal expertise to ensure that patients and caregivers can be as informed as possible.


Compassion Clubs

Besides getting engaged in the discussion on the forums, the MMMA community also uses the website to create groups that can bring the expertise of association to their local communities. Also known as Compassion Clubs, these groups involve members of the MMMA inviting and engaging with non-members who are interested or in need of the Medical Marijuana Program. They encourage attendees to share their experiences and voice their concerns while providing the carefully compiled information and advice available on the Medical Marijuana Library.


The MMMA Legal Defense League

Lastly, the association has founded the MMMA Legal Defense League. This is a partnership between the association, Komorn Law, and several sponsors and partner law firms. Members of the League benefit not only from more detailed information and real-time updates on the Medical Marijuana Act from experts, but a host of low-cost legal services. This includes free consultations, discounts from sponsors and law firms, priority callbacks from the partner law firms in the case of an emergency, and more.

The MMMA is on the frontlines of supporting patients, caregivers, and advocates of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act and Program. You can find their forums, information archives, and more at