Medical Marijuana Doctors New Jersey
The Sanctuary Wellness Institute
First Evaluation: $159 | Renewal: $119
Offering Online Evaluation Appointments. No Need to Leave Your Home!
The Sanctuary Wellness Institute helps connect our clients in New Jersey to registered cannabis doctors who are authorized to provide the appropriate evaluation you need to obtain a medical marijuana card.
New Jersey marijuana card evaluations are available through the Sanctuary. We work closely with medical marijuana doctors from New Jersey who are certified through the state’s Medical Marijuana Program (MMP).
Please note: The Sanctuary Wellness Institute is not a dispensary. We do not sell any marijuana products or CBD products.
CALL OR TEXT 484-346-5140 TO SCHEDULE
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How to Get Your New Jersey Medical Marijuana Card
Call the Sanctuary to schedule a visit with a certified marijuana doctor
Our knowledgeable staff members are available to answer your questions about applying for a medical marijuana card in New Jersey. We’ll book your appointment with a certified marijuana doctor so you can obtain the documentation you need to apply for your cannabis card.
Meet and obtain certification from a MMP-registered cannabis doctor
New Jersey has strict rules regarding physician’s evaluations for medical marijuana. The Sanctuary will connect you with a cannabis doctor you can build this required relationship with.
Visit a licensed New Jersey Alternative Treatment Center to purchase medical marijuana
To legally purchase cannabis in New Jersey, you will need to bring your medical marijuana card to an Alternative Treatment Center (ATC) near you. The MMP has licensed several ATCs throughout New Jersey, with locations in Atlantic City, Montclair, Woodbridge, and more.
Medical Marijuana in New Jersey
New Jersey was the 14th U.S. state to legalize medical marijuana through the passage of the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act (CUMMA) in 2010. Stalled by Gov. Chris Christie and reopened in 2012, New Jersey’s Medical Marijuana Program (MMP) allows registered physicians to evaluate and certify their patients’ needs for medical cannabis, provided they have one of the predefined qualifying conditions. You can purchase medical marijuana at any of the Alternative Treatment Centers legally operating within the state.
Call or text (484) 346-5140 with any questions and to schedule your evaluation!
New Jersey Qualifying Conditions
Medical marijuana card holders in New Jersy can manage the following conditions:
- Anxiety Disorder
- Any terminal illness with a prognosis of less than 12 months to livev
- Cancer, including remission therapy Migraines
- Chronic Pain
- HIV / AIDS Positive Status
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Intractable skeletal spasticity
- Multiple sclerosis
- Opioid Use Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Seizure disorders, including Epilepsy
- Tourette’s Syndrome
Nevada Medical Marijuana Card Requirements
Age and Residency
You must be at least 18 years of age to qualify for a medical marijuana card. Minors can apply to Nevada’s registry with an adult as their designated primary caregiver. You must contact the registry directly at 775-687-7594 to enroll a child.
Applicants must also be Nevada residents and prove their eligibility by scanning and uploading a copy of their driver’s license or state-issued ID card. The state requires applicants to submit the front and back of their IDs.
To apply to join the Nevada medical marijuana program, you must obtain a written certificate for medical marijuana from a licensed physician practicing in the state of Nevada. Providing your doctor with comprehensive medical records and a detailed patient history will help the provider assess your case and issue your certificate.
Be sure not to alter the form once the doctor provides it. You will scan and upload the document as part of your online application.