Navigating a medical cannabis program should not have to be a difficult process. Use this guide to quickly navigate the Maryland Medical Cannabis program, and find the steps you need to enroll.

Find Out if You Qualify

Be a legal resident in the state of Maryland. There are no age restrictions required to enter the program.

Select Your Application

Have a minimum of 1 qualifying condition that is diagnosed by a doctor, or other medical professional. Any condition qualifies for the Maryland program. The most common include PTSD, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, migraines, insomnia and more.

Register on the State Website

Register on the State’s website.

Schedule Appointment with a Doctor

Schedule an appointment with a certified physician in the state of Maryland.

View our directory for local listings of doctors willing to certify.

Bring Your Medical Records

Bring medical records or proof of condition to the appointment. Examples include medicine containers, x-rays, MRI / CT Scans, visitor notes, etc.

View Our Directory

Need help finding a local dispensary, or a doctor to certify you? Check our our directory for local listings, or contact us via email and we’ll connect you with one of our local partners.

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's

You can find a list of commonly asked questions here.

NEW PARTNERSHIP TO HELP YOU ENROLL

 

The Medical Cannabis Community recently partnered with Veriheal to raise awareness for the Maryland Medical Cannabis program. Veriheal is an organization focused on helping people obtain state legal medical access.

In Maryland, they see patients across a number of clinics located in Baltimore, Hyattsville, Oxon Hill, Salisbury, laurel, Takoma Park, Largo, Bowie, and Bethesda.

If interested, and when ready, you can set up an appointment by clicking below.  If you book with this link, we will be able to help you track your progress. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us via our site, or on Facebook.

LIVE NEAR THE BALTIMORE OR WOODLAWN AREA?

This month we have partnered with The Botanist  to raise awareness about the state’s medical cannabis program. If you need help, local resources, or information on events, do not hesitate to check out their website, or send them a message on Facebook!