Apply for Your Missouri Medical Marijuana Card

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Medical Marijuana Card St. Louis Missouri

The Sanctuary Wellness Institute

Medical marijuana is supported by the Sanctuary Wellness Institute. We guide our clients through each step of the MMJ card application procedure.

The Sanctuary offers evaluations by medical marijuana doctors. Just give us a call or make an online appointment to visit with a licensed physician. No evaluation in advance is necessary. The doctor will be qualified to issue your card and verify your condition.

Medical Marijuana Doctors St. Louis, MO

The physicians we collaborate with at The Sanctuary have Missouri state licenses that enable them to legally certify patients for medical marijuana use. Read on to learn more about how to locate a marijuana physician and get started on the treatment you need.

The Sanctuary Wellness Institute is not a dispensary, so please be aware of that. We don't provide CBD or marijuana products for sale.


Hear from Our Clients


The doctor and staff are very friendly and helpful. The whole process was incredibly easy and they kept me informed throughout the whole process! 10/10 recommend!

Stephanie S.


This place is amazing! Staff here are so friendly and helpful. I felt extremely comfortable and cared for when I was there. Don't hesitate to book an appointment!

Alexandria T.


Very easy process. I got an appointment for the next day, but there were options for the same day, where I could pick almost any time that I preferred.️

Greyson L.

Judgment-Free Cannabis Doctor Evaluations

Our goal is to represent medical cannabis users' interests and help potential candidates get through the registration procedure in their individual states. We provide our services to citizens of several states, including Missouri, who are requesting medical marijuana programs.

Telemedicine can now be used in Missouri to certify patients for medical marijuana cards. Our staff members at the Sanctuary can arrange for you to have a virtual consultation with one of our doctors. To consult with one of our registered doctors, you will not require a prior medical evaluation.

Your doctor will assess your health during your session to see if you qualify for medicinal marijuana use in your state. Your doctor will then quickly submit a certificate to the state if they think you would benefit from marijuana use. You can continue the application process on the state medical marijuana program's website once your information has been entered into the system.

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in St. Louis Missouri


Patients who meet the requirements for medical marijuana must have a Missouri-licensed doctor complete their Physician Certification Form, which can be done via a virtual appointment.

Patients can utilize the Standard Physician Certification Form to request the usual monthly dose of four ounces. If a patient needs more than the customary four ounces, they should complete the Alternative Physician Certification Form. They must submit two of these forms, each signed by a different doctor but with the same qualifying medical condition checked.

A Parent/Legal Guardian Consent Form must be completed and submitted with the application of patients who are minors (under the age of 18).


Qualifying patients must register with the Missouri Department of Health and the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) before they may apply for a medical marijuana card. To do so, follow these simple steps:

  • 1) Go to medicalmarijuana.mo.gov to access the Missouri medical marijuana website.
  • 2) Select the "Patient Information" link.
  • 3) Select "Patient - How to Apply."
  • 4) Select "Registration of Patient/Caregiver Application"
  • 5) In the pop-up window requesting authorization to reroute to the patient registry page, select "Yes."
  • 6) Click "Register" in the top right corner of the sign-in screen.
  • 7) Enter your name, email address, phone number, social security number, and birthdate on the registration form.


Through its website, Missouri's DHSS offers a simple application procedure for medical marijuana users.

Patients who meet the requirements must submit identifying information in their online applications (name, date of birth, social security number, and mailing and email addresses). Then, a number of documents must be submitted, including evidence of Missouri residency, a doctor's certification form that is filled out and signed, a copy of a government-issued photo ID, and a crisp, color headshot.

It should be noted that doctors will electronically transmit the certification form, and patients must attach the form to their application.

The application must be signed and dated, and all fees must be paid as the last step.

Medical Marijuana in Missouri

Having the option to buy medicinal marijuana has improved the quality of life for innumerable patients who suffer from a variety of serious and chronic conditions.

In 2018, the Missouri state legislature approved a constitutional amendment allowing individuals with certain qualifying medical conditions to consume medicinal marijuana. To regulate the sale of marijuana-related goods, the state created the Missouri Medical Marijuana Program. In October 2020, medical marijuana started to be sold in the state.

However, Missouri has strict application requirements that must be met before obtaining a medical cannabis card. Learn more about how to apply for a medical marijuana card in Missouri, the paperwork you'll need, and how to determine if you qualify by reading on.

Call or text (484) 346-5140 with any questions and to schedule your evaluation!

Age & Residency

A Missouri medical marijuana card applicant must be a resident of the state and at least 18 years old.

Medical Documentation

A physician certification form that has been filled out and signed by a medical professional in good standing with the state of Missouri is required of anyone applying for a medicinal marijuana card there.

Get Evaluated

Schedule a visit with a certifying doctor to be examined to see if your qualifying medical condition necessitates the use of medicinal marijuana. If they determine that you have a qualifying condition, your doctor will issue you a recommendation for medical marijuana.