Marijuana is legal both recreational and medicinal use. Oregonians are allowed to grow up to four plants on their property, possess up to eight ounces of usable marijuana in their homes and up to one ounce on their person. However, this cannot be sold or used in public.
For anyone looking to come to California who’s in need of a Medical Marijuana Card, book an appointment and have a chat with Dr. Frank, online or in-person. If your state offers telehealth, Dr. Frank may be able to consult with your primary doctor or surgeon as well.
A specific license must be obtained for growing in your own home.
Contact Your Physician
You will need to obtain your medical records, and talk to your physician about need for marijuana treatment. Your physician will be happy to refer you for one of the debilitating illnesses below:
- Degenerative or pervasive neurological condition
- Positive status for HIV/AIDS
- Severe pain
- Severe nausea
- Seizures including epilepsy
- Persistent muscle spasms including multiple sclerosis
Your doctor will need to complete an “Attending Physician’s Statement”.
The form will need to be signed within 90 days prior to you sending your application.Your application will not be legally protected by the state unless it contains this statement.
Print and Fill Out Your Application
You can find and download it here: http://public.health.oregon.gov/DiseasesConditions/ChronicDisease/MedicalMarijuanaProgram/Pages/forms.aspx
You will also need to provide photographic identification, the Oregon Health Authority will accept copies of:
- Driver’s license
- State identification card
- Military identification card
- Tribal photographic identification (All 9 Oregon Tribal Governments accepted)
- In addition, you will need to submit residency proof, such as current tax returns, utility bills, lease/mortgage or rental agreements.
Submit with Documentation and Payment
When you have received your form signed by your physician and you have completed all other areas of the application, you can submit your application along with a check or money order to pay the registration fees of $200.
Submit your application to this address:
P.O. Box 14450,
Wait for Your Card
If approved, you will receive your card. If there is an issue, and your application was not approved you will receive a letter stating that it is incomplete, detailing the parts which need updating.
You will then have a further 14 days from the date on the letter to send all missing information to Oregon Medical Marijuana Project. If this isn’t completed successfully, your application will be rejected.
You can expect to see your Medical Marijuana Card within 30 days usually, but this is dependent on the number of applications the department has received. Oregon Medical Marijuana Project advise you to not call within 30 days of your application submission.