How to Apply:

  1. REGISTER ONLINE to sign up for our MMJRecs Online Clinic.
  2. CREATE A NEW PATIENT LOG-IN by filling out all the necessary info via the ‘Get Started’ or ‘Register’ buttons. Make sure to have a valid driver’s license ready to upload! Finally, answer our simple questionnaire created by our licensed physicians.
  3. CONSULT WITH ONE OF OUR LICENSED MMJ PHYSICIANS from the comfort of your own home, over the internet. No in-person appointment is necessary!
  4. WAIT FOR YOUR CERTIFICATE TO ISSUE: You’ll receive your Illinois MMJ certificate from us within 24-48 hours of approval. 
  5. FILL OUT AN ILLINOIS MEDICAL MARIJUANA APPLICATION FORM by logging onto the State of Illinois Medical Cannabis Program website and following the simple steps. Make sure you have a valid state-issued ID, your Illinois MMJRecs physician’s certification, two items showing proof of residency and any other relevant personal information.
  6. PAY THE FEES: In Illinois, a one-year MMJ card costs $100, a two-year card costs $200 and a three-year card costs $250. Also note that if you’re disabled, receiving SSDI benefits, or a veteran, you may be entitled to a 50% discount!
  7. RECEIVE YOUR CARD: Within 24 hours of applying, you’ll get provisional access to a licensed dispensary so you can start purchasing medical marijuana. Please bear in mind that if you applied through the mail instead of online, the process will take much longer.


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