Vermont Medical Marijuana Card Renewal

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Renewal For Vermont Medical Marijuana Card Online

How to Renew Medical Marijuana Card in Vermont in 2024


Get a medical cannabis certification: You need a new medical marijuana certification from an approved healthcare provider whenever you are applying for a new medical marijuana card. Schedule an appointment with your certifying provider to obtain a Healthcare Professional Verification Form


Gather the required application items: Apart from a medical marijuana certification, you must also complete a Patient Registration Application Form, a Caregiver Registration Application Form, if applicable, and the payment of the applicable fee (check or money order made payable to the Vermont Medical Cannabis Program)


Submit your application: Mail the completed application and other required items to:

Cannabis Control Board
Medical Cannabis Program
89 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-7001


Wait for approval: It may take up to 5 weeks for your card to be available

Does Vermont Allow Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Online?

Yes, medical marijuana patients and caregivers in Vermont can renew their medical marijuana cards online via the Vermont Medical Cannabis Board Portal. Applicants who do not have an online portal account and wish to renew their registry identification card can email the MCP to request an account. The MCP will provide them with a temporary password via email, while their email address will be their username. Once an applicant has a temporary password, they can log on to the CCB portal, change their password, and fill out their medical marijuana card renewal application online.

Applicants with existing user accounts can apply directly via the CCB portal with their login credentials. Typically, medical marijuana card renewal applicants in Vermont will hear from the CCB within 30 days of submitting their applications. If an application is approved, the MCP will mail a renewed registry identification card to the applicant's address.

How Often Do You Have to Renew Your Medical Marijuana Card in Vermont?

Every Vermont-issued medical marijuana card has a one-year validity and must be renewed annually alongside a patient's medical marijuana certification.

Do You Need a Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Doctor in Vermont?

Yes. In Vermont, besides renewing their medical marijuana cards, qualifying patients must also renew their certification for medical cannabis use, and they need a healthcare practitioner to re-assess them. During the evaluation, the doctor will determine whether the continued use of medical marijuana is appropriate for the patient. The doctor will complete and sign a Healthcare Professional Verification Form if they find the patient is still eligible for medical marijuana use.

Any healthcare professional licensed to practice medicine in Vermont can assess a person for medical cannabis. They include osteopathic physicians, physicians, physician assistants, naturopathic physicians, and nurse practitioners. Additionally, professionally licensed persons under substantially comparable positions in Massachusetts, New York, and New Hampshire can verify that a patient has a debilitating condition when renewing their Vermont medical marijuana card.

Vermont Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Cost

It costs a non-refundable $50 to renew a medical marijuana card in Vermont. A Vermont medical marijuana card renewal fee is payable to the Cannabis Control Board by money order or check.

Where to Do Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Near Me in Vermont

Medical marijuana patients and caregivers in Vermont who opt to renew their state-issued medical marijuana cards by mail can submit printed applications alongside all necessary documents to the CCB at:

Cannabis Control Board
Attn: Medical Program
89 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-7001

Can I Use a Medical Marijuana Card from Another State in Vermont?

No, it is impossible to use a medical marijuana card from another state in Vermont. Vermont does not recognize medical marijuana cards or registrations issued outside the state's boundaries. However, any out-of-state adult aged 21 years and older with a valid ID can purchase and possess up to 5 grams of hashish or 1 ounce of marijuana from any Vermont-licensed dispensary for recreational use.

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