23 Legal States

Vermont Medical Marijuana Card

Vermont Medical Marijuana Card

Under Vermont medical marijuana law, qualifying patients must register with and receive a Marijuana Registry Identification Card from the Vermont Marijuana Registry. The Registry will process your application within 30 days after your application is complete. If your application is approved you will be notified in writing and receive a Marijuana Registry Identification Card, also referred to as a medical marijuana card or a cannabis card. If your application is denied you will be notified in writing and be advised of your right to appeal the denial. Registrations are issued for one year and are renewable.

How to Obtain a Medical Marijuana Card in Vermont

  • Obtain a Marijuana Registry Physician’s Medical Verification Form from a physician licensed to practice in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts or New York.  (You can find a medical marijuana doctor in Vermont here.)
  • Complete and sign the Registered Patient Application Form.
  • Contact a notary public to notarize your signature.
  • Create a digital photograph of yourself in a .jpg format and copy the photo to a floppy disk or CD. Label the disk or CD with your name and date of birth and include it with your application.
  • Send your notarized application form, digital photo, Physician’s Medical Verification Form, and $50 application fee to:

Vermont Marijuana Registry
Department of Public Safety
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, Vermont 05671

 

Other Related Vermont Medical Marijuana Registry Forms and Links: