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Apply for Your Connecticut Medical Marijuana Card

Make an Appointment with a Licensed Medical Marijuana Doctor in CT and get Approved TODAY!

Have questions or prefer to schedule on the phone?
Call or text us: (959) 245-1716
Same day virtual appointments are available!

Medical Marijuana Doctors at The Sanctuary Wellness Institute

Hartford | New Haven

Since 2019, The Sanctuary Wellness Institute has helped tens of thousands of people obtain medical marijuana cards and access the treatment they need. Our doctors have extensive experience in the medical marijuana space, and our phone staff is happy to answer your questions about the Connecticut medical marijuana program.

Call us at (959) 245-1716 to schedule an evaluation today.

How to Get Your CT Medical Marijuana Card Online in Three Simple Steps

Step 1 is to book an appointment with your SWI medical marijuana doctor

Schedule an Evaluation with One of Our Certified Physicians

Book online or call us at (959) 245-1716 to schedule an appointment with one of The Sanctuary’s licensed medical marijuana doctors.

Step 2 is to meet with your SWI medical marijuana doctor

Submit Your Application

Submit an application for a medical marijuana registration certificate through the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Business Network portal. The state does not charge an application fee.

Step three: Visit dispensary near you to obtain medical marijuana product

Receive Your Card

Once your application is approved, the state will email you your medical marijuana registration certificate, which you can then use to shop at local dispensaries.

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Connecticut Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions

In Connecticut, an adult patient may only register for a medical marijuana certificate if they are a CT resident being treated for one of the following qualifying conditions:

Qualifying conditions for patients under the age of 18 include:

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Irreversible Spinal Cord Injury with Objective Neurological Indication of Intractable Spasticity
  • Severe Epilepsy
  • Terminal Illness Requiring End-Of-Life Care
  • Uncontrolled Intractable Seizure Disorder
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta
  • Intractable Neuropathic Pain that Is Unresponsive to Standard Medical Treatments
  • Tourette Syndrome for patients who have failed standard medical treatment
  • Chronic Pancreatitis for patients whose pain is recalcitrant to standard medical management
Medical marijuana card cost in Connecticut

Connecticut Medical Marijuana Card Cost

New
Renew
Medical Marijuana Certificate
$175
$99
Additional State fee
$0
$0
Total
$175
$99
New Renew
Medical Marijuana Certificate $175 $99
Additional State fee $0 $0
Total $175 $99

How to Register for Medical Marijuana in CT

  1. Navigate to the (DAS) Business Network portal.
  2. Follow the prompts to create an account using the email you gave your certifying physician.
  3. Verify your account using the email sent to the address you provided in Step 2.
  4. Log in to the DAS Business Network using the email and password you provided in Step 2.
  5. Click "I am a Patient."
  6. Submit your personal information.
  7. Upload and submit your proof of identity.
  8. Read and affirm each statement on the next page by clicking "Yes."

Meet Our Connecticut Medical Marijuana Doctors

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Hear from Our Clients

client-1

Super easy to renew! Dr. was professional and considerate. Process simple. New card arrived in 5 days! I will definitely renew here again!

Lilian B.

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My appointment to be re-certified was quick, easy and straight to the point. I highly recommend Sanctuary. Bonus points for having the best rates around.

Artfully C.

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This was one of the easiest things I’ve ever done. By far the only way to renew for me moving forward! 5 minutes of your time.️

Daniel P.

How to Renew Your CT Medical Marijuana Card

In Connecticut, medical marijuana patients must renew their MMJ cards annually. To renew your card, complete the following steps:

  1. Schedule Your Renewal Appointment with the Sanctuary: Book online or call us at (959) 245-1716 to schedule an appointment with a licensed physician from The Sanctuary.
  2. Submit Your Application: Submit an application for a new medical marijuana registration certificate through the DAS Business Network portal. The state does not charge a renewal application fee.
  3. Receive Your Card: Once your application is approved, the state will email you your new medical marijuana registration certificate, which you can use to continue shopping at local dispensaries.

How to Become a Medical Marijuana Caregiver in CT

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In Connecticut, a caregiver is someone designated by a qualifying medical marijuana patient to help with the acquisition and administration of medical cannabis. They must be at least 18 years old.

To become a caregiver in Connecticut, complete the following steps:

  1. Submit Your Application: Submit an application for a caregiver registration certificate through the DAS Business Network portal. The state does not charge an application fee.
  2. Receive Your Card: Once your application is approved, the state will email you your caregiver registration certificate so you can begin caring for your designated patient(s).

About Connecticut Cannabis Program

The Connecticut medical marijuana program was established in 2012 following the passing of the state’s Medical Marijuana Program Act. The legislation allows qualifying patients to obtain and use medical marijuana for a broad range of debilitating medical conditions under the guidance of a certifying physician.

Patients must register with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) to receive a medical marijuana card, which provides legal protection and allows access to licensed dispensaries throughout the state.

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Where Can You Buy Connecticut Medical Marijuana?

There are over 30 marijuana dispensaries operating in Connecticut. As a registered patient or caregiver, you can purchase a variety of products, including edibles, topicals, tinctures, and cannabis flower. Each cardholder can purchase up to five ounces of medical cannabis per month. Some of the best dispensaries in Connecticut include:

Frequently Asked Questions

You can connect with a Connecticut medical marijuana doctor by contacting The Sanctuary Wellness Institute. Give us a call at (959) 245-1716 to schedule an online appointment with a licensed physician.

Yes, patients in Connecticut can obtain a medical marijuana card online. The state allows medical marijuana evaluations to be conducted via telemedicine.

The state of Connecticut no longer charges an application fee for medical marijuana cards. However, you may have to pay for your doctor’s evaluation

Once you submit your MMJ card application, it can take up to 30 days for the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) to review it.

In Connecticut, minors can indeed obtain medical marijuana as long as a parent or legal guardian consents and agrees to act as their caregiver.

In Connecticut, medical patients are allowed to buy up to five ounces of cannabis per month.

You can purchase recreational cannabis from CT dispensaries without an MMJ card, but you’ll need one to purchase medical marijuana products.

In Connecticut, medical marijuana patients who’re at least 18 may cultivate up to three mature and three immature cannabis plants, with a maximum of 12 plants per household.

No, Connecticut does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana cards.

The answer as to whether you can use your CT medical card in another state will depend on the state you're visiting. Some states honor out-of-state cards, while others don't. Be sure to check other states’ reciprocity laws before traveling.

Yes, adults who’re at least 21 years old can purchase and possess recreational cannabis in Connecticut.

In Connecticut, medical marijuana patients are required to renew their cards annually.

To renew your Connecticut medical marijuana card, you must first schedule a renewal evaluation with a medical marijuana doctor, which you can do through The Sanctuary. Once you get recertified, you can submit an application for a new medical marijuana registration certificate through the DAS Business Network portal.

Our Connecticut Offices

Hartford, CT

Sanctuary Wellness Institute Hartford, CT
100 Pearl St 14th floor
Hartford, CT 06103
Phone: (959) 245-1716
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New Haven, CT

Sanctuary Wellness Institute New Haven, CT
157 Church St
New Haven, CT 06510
Phone: (501) 226-4177
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