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 you have the right documents ready to upload, including a valid driver’s license. Finally, answer our simple questionnaire created by our licensed physicians.
  3. CONSULT WITH ONE OF OUR LICENSED MMJ PHYSICIANS without leaving the house. Our consultations are 100% online, no need for an in-person appointment.
  4. WAIT FOR YOUR CERTIFICATE TO ISSUE: You’ll receive your Michigan MMJ certificate from us within 24-48 hours of approval. 
  5. FILL OUT A MICHIGAN MEDICAL MARIJUANA APPLICATION FORM by logging onto the State of Michigan Medical Marijuana Program website and following the simple steps. Make sure you have a valid state-issued ID, your Michigan MMJRecs physician’s certification, proof of residency as well as the filled-out application form. If you’re designating a caregiver, you’ll also need a copy of their valid state-issued driver’s license or personal ID card. You can either apply for the program online or via the mail.
  6. PAY THE FEES: In Michigan, the application fee is currently $40, by a check or money order payable to State Of Michigan-MMMP.
  7. RECEIVE YOUR CARD: Once approved, you’ll get provisional access to a licensed dispensary so you can start purchasing medical marijuana. Please note that postal applications will take longer to process than online applications.


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