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Affordable Med Card licensing RIGHT NOW in 23 states!
Affordable Med Card licensing RIGHT NOW in 23 states!

Massachusetts Marijuana cards

To get your medical marijuana card:

1) Simply click back

2) Fill out the quick form, and you will be guided from there.

 

Fly High Licensing support can be found in

the bottom left hand corner of the doctor's portal.

How do you get to the doctor's portal?

Click back and fill out the quick form


The program details can be found below.


FAQ

New patients

1. You must be 18 years or older and a resident of Massachusetts.

You must be 18 years or older—and a resident of Massachusetts—to be eligible for the Massachusetts Medical Use of Marijuana Program (Program). If you are younger than 18 years old, your parent or guardian must approve of your medical cannabis use, and you must have certification by two Certifying Health Care Providers, one of whom must be a pediatrician or pediatric specialist.

2. You must have a qualifying medical condition.

The list of medical conditions includes:

  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Hepatitis C
  • Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS)
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Other debilitating conditions as determined in writing by a certified physician

3. You must receive a written recommendation from a Certifying Health Care Provider to become a Patient of the program.

4. Apply for the Program online.

Applying for the Program via the Medical Use of Marijuana Program Online System (Online System) is the fastest and easiest way to register as a New Patient.

Step-by-step instructions for applying online.

5. There is no fee to register.

There is no longer a fee to register for a Medical Use of Marijuana Program registration card (Program registration card) through the Cannabis Control Commission.

6. Carry your Program registration card.

You must carry your Program registration card whenever you are in possession of marijuana for medical use. Replacement cards are available for a $10 fee. If the fee poses a Verified Financial Hardship, the Qualifying Patient may request a waiver of the fee in a form and manner determined by the Commission.

7. Patients may possess up to 10 ounces of medical marijuana.

The maximum amount a Patient may possess at one time is a 60-day supply—or up to 10 ounces. A Certifying Health Care Provider may deem a larger quantity is medically necessary.

8. You may designate up to two caregivers.

Personal Caregivers assist their Patients with their use of medical marijuana.

9. Manage your account online.

You can manage your account—including name and contact changes—quickly and easily online.

 

Renewing patients

1. Renew your Patient status annually.

Your Medical Use of Marijuana Program registration expires annually on the anniversary of your registration date.

2. Renew your registration online.

You can renew your registration up to 60 days before it expires. Unable to renew online? Contact us at (833) 869-6820. You’ll receive a new registration card in the mail within 7-10 business days of successfully renewing your status.

Step-by-step instructions for renewing online.

3. You must hold a current Patient certification.

You must hold a current Patient certification from your healthcare provider. Check your certification status by accessing your Medical Use of Marijuana Online System (Online System) account or calling (833) 869-6820.

4. Certification expired? Get recertified.

If your certification has expired, you must visit a Certified Healthcare Provider to get re-certified as a Patient.

5. Keep your account information up-to-date.

Have your name, address, or other contact details changed? Does your government-issued ID have a new expiration date? Please update your account in the Online System within five days of any change.

6. Know your four-digit PIN.

You’ll need your four-digit PIN to renew. Forgot your PIN? Call us at (833) 869-6820 (Monday through Friday, 10am-3pm EST).

7. Keep your caregiver information up-to-date.

Need to update caregiver information? You can do it in the Online System.

8. There is no fee to register.

There is no longer a fee to register for a Medical Marijuana registration card through the Cannabis Control Commission. Certifying Health Care Providers may charge Patients a fee for annual certification visits.

9. Carry your registration card.

You must continue to carry your registration card whenever you are in possession of marijuana for medical use.

10. Patients may possess up to 10 ounces of medical marijuana.

The maximum amount a Patient may possess is a 60-day supply—or up to 10 ounces.

 

Support

Commission@CCCMass.com

833-869-6820

 

If you need to reach flyhighAF LLC for any reason we can be reached here: support@flyhigh.af

1-855-750-1289