We copied the list of qualifying condition in the state of Missouri below so no need to look elsewhere
If you believe you have a qualifying condition you will need to then find a medical marijuana clinic or physician to receive a Physician Certification. Once you've received your certification, make sure you apply within 30 days or it will expire and you will need to visit the physician again.
Download this Physician Certification form and take it with you to your clinic or physician to fill out and sign.
You've seen the physician and you qualify. Now it is time to send in your application. Make sure you have everything the DHSS requires and available to scan in to the application as they aren't taking mailed applications at this time.
Here is an itemized checklist:
|License Type||License Fees||Renewal|
|Additional Fee for Patient Cultivation||$100||$100|
|Primary Caregiver for a Qualified Patient||$25||$25|
Note: If the qualifying patient is a minor the parent or legal guardian will need to provide their name, SSN, Parent/Legal Guardian Consent Form and will act as the Primary Care Giver for the patient.
Now that you've applied and paid your fees the DHSS has 30 days to approve or deny an application. Your identification cards are valid for one year and you must renew your card before it expires by at least 30-59 days prior with an updated physician certification and updated application. So mark your calendar. You don't want to have a time gap while you wait for your new card.
*Restrictions and requirements change for those seeking home grow/cultivation ID cards.
If you are wanting to be a primary caregiver or a primary caregiver who also cultivates some of the application requirements are different than the qualifying patient application. Check out our primary caregiver article for more information regarding these.
Sample Forms: Official forms will be uploaded as available.
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