You’ll need to visit a Credentialed Practitioner (we will supply a list of Credentialed Practitioners as soon as one is available) and products will not be in dispensaries until late Fall. IF YOU CHOOSE TO REGISTER, here’s important things to know:
This information will save you time and stress, while making the process much easier to navigate.
Resident and non-resident Patients, Caregivers, Caregiver Business Entities, and Parent/Legal Guardians of Minors (under age 18), Practitioners. Additional Documentation for Minors is required.
There’s no rush for Patients, Caregivers, or Legal Guardians. You’ll need to submit your application within 60 days of your in-person visit with the certifying practitioner.
No. You can wait to register until after you see a certified practitioner. Practitioners began applying for their Medical Cannabis licenses on June 1st, but they cannot announce themselves until they have completed their application, CME’s and registered with the MSBML. As soon as a list of credentialed practitioners is available, we will provide it. To get the latest updates on the program, sign up for our emails.
Yes. Go here to get a list of the information and documents you’ll need as a:
Have all information and documents available and ready to UPLOAD to the portal before you submit your application.
MS Resident Patient applications will process within 5-10 days after a completed application has been submitted. Patients will get emails as changes to the application are made.
Mississippi’s medical cannabis laws allow only MDOH credentialed practitioners to prescribe medical cannabis if your application is incomplete, it will be rejected.
POTENTIAL SCAM ALERT:
Please DO NOT allow other companies to register you on the MSDH Medical Cannabis Portal, nor should you give them information about yourself. You will be giving them vital information which could be used for identity theft. DO NOT pay for anything ahead of time.
Once you’ve gathered your documents, go here. This is the registration portal. Simply fill in your information and follow the steps to:
Now what? Once your credentialed Practitioner certifies you with a debilitating medical condition, he/she will submit your certification to MSDH and you’ll receive an email regarding your next step.
This must be a clear, color photograph taken against a plain white or off-white background and taken within the last six (6) months and must reflect current appearance. Applicant must be directly facing the camera with a neutral facial expression or natural smile, with both eyes open. Applicant’s face should be unobscured (no sunglasses, hats, masks, etc.). The photograph may not be digitally enhanced, cropped, or altered in any way that changes the applicant’s appearance (i.e. no filters, no frames, no effects). Photograph should be SQUARE and properly oriented – sideways or rectangular photos will be rejected. This should not be a photograph of your driver’s license, passport, or any other previously issued ID. Photographs that do not adhere to these requirements will be rejected.”