You can access the individual licensing portal by clicking this link.
No. Insurance companies do not cover the certification process at the current time.
We accept Credit and Debit cards.
In November of 2010, voters passed the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act under Proposition 203. It called for the Arizona Department of Health Services to create a medical marijuana program within 120 days from the election results. To read the full statutes govering the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program, visit the Arizona Department of Health Services website for very helpful information.
No one. Arizona supports a database that can only look up 20 digit patient ID numbers. Law enforcement and employeers cannot type in your name and find out if you have a card.
According to Section 36-2813:
No school or landlord may refuse to enroll or lease to and may not otherwise penalize a person solely for his status as a cardholder, unless failing to do so would cause the school or landlord to lose a monetary or licensing related benefit under federal law or regulations.”
Unless a failure to do so would cause an employer to lose a monetary or licensing related benefit under federal law or regulations, an employer may not discriminate against a person in hiring, termination or imposing any term or condition of employment or otherwise penalize a person based upon either:
We charge $125 for your evaluation with one of our physicians. Our pain specialist charges $25 for patients that need medical documentation. We take care of everything for you, including proper documentation upload to the state. Just remember that the state has their own fee that is due at the time of upload.
The Arizona Department of Health Services will issue your registry identification card within 5 working days after applications have been submitted.
You will need to contact the Arizona Department of Health Services and apply for a replacement card through their website. The cost of the card is $10 and will have the same expiration date as your original card.
No, we are just the doctors that evaluate your condition for certification of the card. Once you are approved as a qualifying patient, you can obtain medical marijuana from a dispensary, a qualifying designated caregiver, another qualifying patient, or, if you authorized to cultivate, from home cultivation. When you are issued a card, the Arizona Department of Health will send you an approval email and will provide a list of all operating dispensaries you can use.
Yes, if you have a written certification from an Arizona physician, you can obtain a registry identificion card.
Yes. You must prove Arizona residency by providing a Arizona driver’s license, an Arizona identification card, an Arizona registry identification card, or a photograph page from your passport. Additionally, your physican certification form must be completed by an Arizona licensed physician. If you meet those guidelines, you can hold an Arizona medical marijuana card as well as from another state.
Arizona requires $150 fee for an initial or a renewal registery identification card for a qualifying patient. Patients in SNAP are eligible for a discount and are required to pay only $75. The state does not accept payment from American Express or HSA accounts.
Visit the ADHS Medical Marijuana Program website. Enter your card number and name and you will be able to update your information.