Missouri Patient Services & Info
For all patient services through the state of Missouri, go to: https://health.mo.gov/safety/medical-marijuana/patient-services.php
Online Application Submission
One of our staff members will happy to help patients who would like assistance registering for the Missouri Medical Marijuana Program Portal and with submitting the online application. It is not necessary to process applications same-day. However, patient certification exam forms expire 30 days after the examination. It is very important not to allow your exam form to expire or patient’s will be required by the State of Missouri to have a new exam.
The fee is $40 and is due at the time of service. Patients are welcome to walk-in or schedule time for this service. Walk-ins are not guaranteed availability.
In order to successfully process applications, patients will need:
- To bring a valid Missouri ID.
- To bring a credit card or check. This is necessary for the payment of the license to the State of Missouri.
o It will cost $25 for a patient/caregiver card (plus state fees) and an additional $100 for a patient cultivator license.
o Please remember, our office charges $99 for initial exams, $95 for renewals and $75 for veterans. This is a separate cost and due at the time of service.
- To have an email account he/she can access during this service. The State of Missouri will use this email to verify your account and to communicate important information to patients. If patients do not have an email address, we can make one.
We are not responsible for denials.
Click here for the state-approved application checklist: https://health.mo.gov/safety/medical-marijuana/pdf/application-checklist.pdf
How to Download Patient Card
Gun Ownership/Purchase for Cardholders
Can I have a medical marijuana identification card and own and/or purchase guns?
Article XIV of the Missouri Constitution, which authorizes medical use of marijuana in Missouri, does not reference or prohibit the possession or purchase of firearms. However, federal law still may prohibit the possession or purchase of a firearm by individuals who use marijuana, regardless of whether a state has legalized marijuana for medical use. The Department of Health and Senior Services does not regulate the possession or purchase of firearms and therefore cannot say how the federal prohibition will be enforced within Missouri. Specific questions about these federal firearm restrictions should be directed to your attorney or the appropriate law enforcement agency. For more information, go to: https://health.mo.gov/safety/medical-marijuana/faqs-patient.php#fees