How to Apply:

  1. REGISTER ONLINE to kick off the process of receiving your MMJRecs physician’s approval. 
  2. CREATE A NEW PATIENT LOG-IN by clicking on the pink ‘Get Started’ button or the pink ‘Register’ button. Fill out all the relevant information and don’t forget to have a valid driver’s license or state ID ready to upload. Lastly, fill out our straightforward, licensed physician-approved questionnaire.
  3. CHAT WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN: All of our licensed physicians are friendly, approachable and here to help. They will discuss your symptoms, answer any questions you may have or allay any concerns. This evaluation process usually takes about 5-10 minutes. 
  4. WAIT FOR YOUR NEW JERSEY MMJRECS CERTIFICATE: Our physicians will issue your signed approval New Jersey medical marijuana certificate via email, within 24-48 hours of your consultation.
  5. APPLY FOR YOUR CARD ONLINE through the New Jersey Medical Marijuana Program. You’ll be required to fill out your personal information and upload the relevant documentation. You’ll need a recognisable photo of yourself, a state or government-issued ID and proof of New Jersey residency.
  6. WAIT FOR APPROVAL: The New Jersey MMP will evaluate your application and respond to you via email. If approved, you’ll be directed on how to pay your fees and complete the process.
  7. PAY YOUR FEE: The fee for a New Jersey Medical Marijuana Card is $100, though many people are eligible for a reduced fee. You can check out the New Jersey Health’s Division of Medical Marijuana website to see if you qualify.
  8. GET YOUR NEW JERSEY MMJ CARD: After you’ve paid your fees, you should find your New Jersey MMJ card in your mailbox 7-10 days later!


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