Medical Marijuana Patient Cardholder Registry


LETTERS FROM NEVADA DHHS WITH OREGON POSTMARKS ARE LEGITIMATE

Please read them and defer to the Call Center phone number provided if you need additional information.

    THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA PORTAL IS RESTORED

    The online patient registration and point of sale functions are repaired. Patients may now resume using the online function for initial or renewal applications. Dispensaries may resume using the portal for point of sale purposes.

      Patient Online Registering is Here

      NEW PROCEDURE ELIMINATES DMV VISITS

      The last day patients could visit a Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office to process medical marijuana cards was Thursday, August 11, 2016.  Beginning on Friday, August 12, 2016, the DMV no longer processed medical marijuana cards in person.  The new procedure mails cards directly to patients, eliminating the need for trips to the DMV. 

      If you have an approval letter dated June 1, 2016 or later and have not visited the DMV, your card will be mailed to you automatically.  If you have an approval letter dated May 31, 2016 or earlier and have not visited the DMV, you will be contacted by the Division concerning your card.

        The following states have medical marijuana programs and issue medical marijuana cards:

        ALASKA, ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, CONNECTICUT, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DELAWARE, HAWAII, ILLINOIS, MAINE, MARYLAND, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, MONTANA, NEVADA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW MEXICO, NEW YORK, OHIO, OREGON, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT, WASHINGTON. 

        The Medical Marijuana dispensaries of the State of Nevada are authorized to sell medical marijuana to card holders from the states above if the patient presents a State or local government-issued medical marijuana card. 

        Passed in 2016 and coming soon: ARKANSAS, FLORIDA, NORTH DAKOTA, OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA.

          Which Dispensaries are Open? Updated January 6, 2017

          Delivery Services are Illegal and Potentially Dangerous!

          Get Help and Information

          The Nevada Medical Marijuana Cardholders/Caregivers Program is a state registry program within the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health. Our role is to administer the provisions of the Medical Use of Marijuana law as approved by the Nevada Legislature and adopted in 2001.

            Notice of Public Workshop: Proposed Regulation Changes

            To Request a Patient Cardholder Application

            To request a medical marijuana card application, please click on FORMS in the column on the right and select "Application Request Form."  The new form requires copies of the front and back of your driver's license or state-issued ID. Please follow instructions carefully.  Print, fill out and mail or deliver the Application Request and $25 to:  

             
            Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health
            ATTN: Medical Marijuana Division
            4150 Technology Way, Suite 101
            Carson City, Nevada 89706

              Changes to existing cardholder/caregiver records, such as changes of address, must be submitted in writing.  To access a Change of Address Form, please click on FORMS in the column on the right, and select "Change of Address Form."  Print, fill out and send or submit the form in person to the address listed above.  There is no fee associated with Change of Address.

                How Does the Patient Registry Work?

                What Health Conditions Qualify for the Medical Use of Marijuana?

                Legal Information

                Contact Us in Person

                Medical Marijuana Patient Cardholder Registry
                4150 Technology Way, Suite 101
                Carson City, NV 89706

                  Contact Us: Mailing Address

                  Medical Marijuana Patient Cardholder Registry
                  4150 Technology Way, Suite 101
                  Carson City, NV 89706

                  Phone: (775) 687-7594

                  Phone: (775) 684-4164

                  Fax: (775) 684-3213

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                  Last Updated: 1/19/2017