We're Updating the Way We Provide Help!
The Good Intentions of Chicago business has grown and developed since we opened in 2013. In order to provide the best customer service, we’re updating our systems as we continue to assist patients in their medical cannabis journey.
We’re Still Here To Help You!
If you’d like to learn more about getting your medical cannabis card, or would like to reach the staff at Good Intentions, please click on the “Get Your Card” tab at the top of the page and leave us a message.
“I am profoundly grateful for Good Intentions…I had almost lost hope and had nowhere to turn. Thank you for all your help.”
>> Anonymous (for confidentiality), Chicago
“Congratulations on becoming the first resource in Illinois working with medical marijuana patients — you are a Godsend!”
>> Anonymous (for confidentiality), Naperville
“My doctor says he won’t recommend medical marijuana even though I have ALS. I am so happy that Good Intentions is willing to work with me!”
>> Anonymous (for confidentiality), Quad Cities
About CEO Tammy Jacobi
Ms. Jacobi began her professional career as a registered nurse in Michigan, 15 years ago. In 2011, while working with the public, she began to hear patient testimonials regarding the positive effects of medical cannabis use. Later that year, in an attempt to assist patients with the legal acquisition of medical cannabis, she opened Good Intentions Paving Company, a dispensary in Saugatuck, Michigan. She also began working with and teaching physicians how to assess and evaluate medical cannabis patients. She helped to create a standard of care for cannabis therapy and has worked with hundreds of physicians to implement a process to certify patients.
Ms. Jacobi began cultivating marihuana in Michigan in 2011 and continues, to this day, to cultivate high CBD strains used to treat epileptic children and adults.
In August of 2013, she opened Chicago’s first medical cannabis business, Good Intentions Medical Marijuana Services. Her involvement at a state level during the creation of the rules for The Illinois Cannabis Pilot Program was particularly influential. She often spoke at public meetings on the subject of physician involvement in the program. She has been asked to present to groups of physicians all over the state of Illinois including all major hospitals and Stritch School of Medicine.
Since its inception, the Good Intentions business has evolved from a physician’s clinic to a consultation and information service. During this process, the dire need for information and education regarding cannabis therapy has become apparent. Ms. Jacobi’s knowledge of, not only the patient demographic, but the marijuana demographic as a whole, affords her the opportunity to accurately and creatively report on the industry as it evolves with The Good Intentions Dispensary Guide.