Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)
Medical Cannabis Program
625 Robert St N, St. Paul, MN, 55155
Distance: 1033 Miles
Minnesotans with certain conditions are eligible to enroll in the Medical Cannabis Registry maintained by the state. Patients on the registry can get medical cannabis (marijuana) directly from one of eight dispensaries set up around the state.
* St. Cloud
* St. Paul
Medical cannabis will be provided as a liquid, pill or vaporized delivery method that does not require the use of dried leaves or plant form.
Guides and forms about this program
Legal Minnesota residents that have been certified with one of the qualifying conditions are eligible.
Annual fee is $200 for patients to participate in the program; fees are paid online. Cannabis products have a separate fee, payable at the cannabis patient centers.
Reduced annual fee of $50 for Minnesotans receiving Social Security disability, Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA), Supplemental Security Insurance Payments, or enrolled in medical assistance or MinnesotaCare.
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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LT-4990Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Definition
Programs that lawfully dispense marijuana and other cannabis products to medical patients who present a medical marijuana identification card or written certification from a physician verifying that they have one of the medical conditions that qualify for the program (generally cachexia or wasting syndrome, cancer, severe chronic pain, epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures, glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity, Crohn's disease or nausea) as well as a statement that the benefits of using marijuana for medical purposes outweigh the health risks.
LT-5000Medical Marijuana Registration Programs Definition
Programs that register people with specified debilitating medical conditions for a program that allows them to alleviate their symptoms through the limited use of marijuana under medical supervision. Patients must have written certification by a physician that they have one of the medical conditions that qualify for the program (generally cachexia or wasting syndrome, cancer, severe chronic pain, epilepsy and other disorders characterized by seizures, glaucoma, HIV or AIDS, multiple sclerosis and other disorders characterized by muscle spasticity, Crohn's disease or nausea) as well as a statement that the benefits of using marijuana for medical purposes outweigh the health risks. In most areas, a medical marijuana card is issued which enables patients to obtain marijuana and other cannabis products for medical use. Some registration programs also provide telephone verification of an individual's patient status if a medical marijuana dispensary, law enforcement officer or other officials have questions. Medical marijuana programs are only available in states whose electorates have passed ballot measures that remove state-level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana by patients and/or their registered caregivers. Qualifications for the program and other requirements vary by state.
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