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Michigan Medical Marijuana Card

Michigan Medical Marijuana Card

Under Michigan medical marijuana law, medical marijuana patients must register with the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMMP) to obtain a Medical Marihuana Registry Identification Card, also referred to as medical marijuana card, cannabis card or medical pot card. The MMMP contends that only a person with a qualifying debilitating medical condition who has obtained a valid MMMP registry card is exempt from criminal laws of the state for engaging in the medical use of marijuana.

How to Obtain a Medical Marijuana Card in Michigan

  • Mail the application and Physician Certification to the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) along with the following documents:
    • Copy of Patient’s Photo Identification
    • Copy of Patient’s Photo Identification
    • Caregiver Attestation (if applicable; included in the application form)
    • Copy of Caregiver’s Photo Identification (if applicable)
    • A check or money orderin the amount of $100.00 (or a reduced fee of $25.00 if currently enrolled in Medicaid or receiving SSI or SSD* )made payable to State of Michigan—MMMP
  •   Mail to:

Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

Michigan Medical Marihuana Registry

P.O. Box 30083

Lansing, MI 48909

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    • Your application will be approved or denied within 15 days of receipt by the MDCH. Please remember to retain a copy of your application for your files.
    • ***If you are submitting a reduced fee, you must also include a copy of documentation verifying receipt of Medicaid, SSI or SSD (i.e. Award Letter, MI Health Card, most recent SSA-1099, etc.)***

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