Vermont medical marijuana card or renewal online

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How it works

How to get a Vermont medical marijuana card or renewal online

Step 1

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an appointment with a state-certified medical marijuana doctor.

Appointments are completed online via webcam or telephone call.


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Step 2

Join your MMJ appointment

Log into your account from a mobile device or desktop and join your webcam appointment with an MMJ doctor.

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Step 3

State registration

Vermont’s Medical Marijuana Program (MCP) will process completed applications within 30 days. Once you receive your MMJ card in the mail, you can legally purchase from a medical marijuana dispensary.

The approved patient must also pay a $50 annual non-refundable medical cannabis card registration fee to the state of Vermont.

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Have a question? We have answers.

Our team of medical marijuana researchers and medical cannabis doctors have compiled a list of questions and answers. Commonly asked Vermont medical marijuana card and renewal questions can be found here.

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To become a registered patient, a person must be diagnosed with a debilitating medical condition by a health care professional in the course of a bona fide health care professional-patient relationship. A “debilitating medical condition” means:
Cancer, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), positive status for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), multiple sclerosis (MS), glaucoma, Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or the treatment of these conditions, if the disease or the treatment results in severe, persistent, and intractable symptoms;
Post-traumatic stress disorder, provided the Department confirms the applicant is undergoing psychotherapy or counseling with a licensed mental health care provider; or
A disease or medical condition or its treatment that is chronic, debilitating, and produces one or more of the following intractable symptoms: cachexia or wasting syndrome; chronic pain; severe nausea; or seizures.

To become a “registered patient” with the Vermont Marijuana Registry you must complete the Registration Packet located in the Document Library. You will be responsible for completing most of the form. However, part of the form will need to be completed by your health care professional. Your health care professional must be licensed in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, or New York to complete the form.
You are also required to provide an electronic photograph of yourself for your Marijuana Registry Identification Card. Mail the completed form to the Vermont Marijuana Registry at the address provided on the form.
The Registry will process your application within 30 days after receiving a completed application. If your application is approved, you will be notified in writing and receive a Registry Identification Card mailed to the address provided on your application. If your application is denied, you will be notified in writing and will be able to appeal the denial.

$50 non-refundable fee for applying as a registered patient (initial and renewal).
$50 non-refundable fee for applying as a registered caregiver (initial and renewal).
$25 non-refundable fee for reissuing a lost or stolen registry identification card and/or for changes of information contained on a registry identification card.
There are no provisions to waive the fee, pay the fee in installments, or pay the fee with a credit card. The fee must accompany each initial or renewal application. Fees must be paid by check or money order, payable to the Department of Public Safety. Please note that the fee will not be returned in the event that your application is denied.

The amount of marijuana allowed to be collectively possessed by a registered patient and the patient’s registered caregiver, is no more than two mature marijuana plants, seven immature plants, and two ounces of usable marijuana. Usable marijuana includes marijuana infused products.

The VMR must approve or deny an application in writing within 30 days of receipt of a completed application. If there are any issues regarding the completeness of an application correspondence will be sent requesting the missing item(s). If the application is approved, the VMR will issue the applicant a registry identification card. The registry identification card and/or any other correspondence will be sent to the mailing address provided on the completed application.


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Vermont Medical Marijuana Card Legislation

In 2004 the state legislature passed S76, known as An Act Relation to the Medical Use of Marijuana. The bill removed any legal possession and cultivation penalties for patients while setting up the Vermont Marijuana Registry.

In January 2018, Gov. Phil Scott signed H. 511, or Act 86 which eliminated any penalties for possessing small amounts of marijuana for adults 21 or older. Additionally, the act legalized up to one ounce, two mature marijuana plants, and four immature marijuana plants for each adult.

In 2020, the state legalized recreational marijuana sales after Vermont S. 54 was allowed to pass without Scott’s signature. The law allows all localities to opt-in to having adult-use marijuana retail businesses in their locality. A Cannabis Control Board (CCB) and advisory board was also to be created.

Vermont Medical Marijuana Card, Cultivation & Possession Laws

Registered medical marijuana patients and caregivers in Vermont can collectively possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana, 2 mature marijuana plants, and 7 immature marijuana plants. Marijuana that is harvested from cultivating at home does not count towards the 2-ounce total. Patients can transport their medical cannabis if the product is in a locked and contained out of public view. Adults 21 and older can possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana, or 5 grams of hash, and grow a maximum of two mature marijuana plants of 4 immature marijuana plants. Marijuana harvested from home cultivation does not count towards the 1-ounce total.

How to get a Vermont medical cannabis card online.

Step 1. Schedule an appointment to speak with the Vermont medical marijuana doctor online. The evaluation and certification fee is $149.99.

Step 2. Complete the doctor’s consultation and receive the doctor’s approval. The doctor will generate a certificate of recommendation.

Step 3. Register with the state’s medical marijuana program. You will pay an additional $50 fee to the Vermont medical marijuana program.

The Vermont medical card typically arrives within 30 days from the state registration.

Do I need a Vermont medical marijuana card?

Here are a few of the many reasons to become a state registered Vermont medical marijuana card holder.

Medical Marijuana Card

Sales tax range from 0-5% in most MMJ states

Higher possession limits

Access to more dispensaries

Supervision of a medical doctor

Recreational Marijuana

Sales tax as high as 37%

Restricted possession limits

Access to less dispensaries

No medical supervision