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HOW TO GET YOUR MEDICAL CANNABIS CARD

TO APPLY ONLINE OR TO OBTAIN MAIL–IN FORMS, PLEASE VISIT WWW.MICHIGAN.GOV/MMP 

 STEP 1

COMPLETE A PHYSICIAN CERTIFICATION FORM

  • Visit a physician with which you have a bona fide doctor/patient relationship 
  • Receive certification that you suffer from one of the conditions that qualifies you to receive a patient registry identification card

STEP 2

COMPLETE AN APPLICATION FORM

 Include proof of Michigan residency (one of the following): 

  • A copy of your valid, lawfully obtained Michigan driver license 
  • A copy of your valid, lawfully obtained Michigan personal identification card 
  • A copy of your valid Michigan voter registration (If you submit a voter registration as proof of Michigan residency, you must submit proof of your identity. Proof of identity can be any government–issued document that includes your name and date of birth) 

If you are designating a caregiver, include proof of the caregiver’s identity (one of the following): 

  • A copy of the caregiver’s valid state–issued driver license 
  • A copy of the caregiver’s valid state–issued personal identification card

STEP 3

SUBMIT THE REQUIRED APPLICATION FEE 

 Include a check or money order made payable to: State of Michigan–MMMP 

  • Patient fee: $60 
  • Caregiver fee: an additional $25 

STEP 4

MAIL IN ONE ENVELOPE TO: 

Michigan Medical Marijuana Program 
P.O. BOX 30083 
Lansing, MI 48909 

CAREGIVER INSTRUCTIONS QUALIFYING CONDITIONS 

If a patient designates a primary caregiver the patient is required to list the caregiver on their registry application. Caregivers must be at least 21 years old and never have been convicted of a violent or drug–related felony. Primary caregivers must also have not committed a felony of any kind within the last 10 years. Primary caregivers may have up to five qualifying patients in their care.

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