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How getting a medical marijuana card works for Nevada residents.

  1. Step 1
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    Sign Up

    You can speak to a healthcare provider and qualify for a Nevada medical marijuana card online. The online consultation for a two-year certificate costs $99, and you are only billed if approved. Once approved, your licensed medical marijuana doctor will sign the waiver and acknowledgment forms you must send us.

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    Create an Account on DPBH

    You must create an account with the Medical Marijuana Patient Cardholder Registry and download the waiver and acknowledgment forms. These will need to be emailed to us, and a licensed medical marijuana doctor will sign them and return the documents within 48 hours.

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    Complete the State Application

    Upload the signed waiver and acknowledgment forms to your account on the government website and pay the $50 fee for a one-year card or the $100 fee for a two-year card.

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    Get Your Nevada Medical Card

    Once the application is complete, you can download a temporary approval letter and buy medical marijuana from a licensed dispensary immediately. You will receive your medical marijuana card in the mail in approximately 7-10 business days. Please note that Leafwell will not send you your card; the state will.

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See a detailed step-by-step explainer on all the Nevada medical marijuana ID card requirements.

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State-Specific Steps

Embarking on your journey to relief in Nevada is simple. Let our caring specialists guide you through the state-specific steps if you're looking to get a medical marijuana card.

  1. Register Online With Leafwell
  2. Create an Account on DPBH
  3. Complete the Application on the Government Website
  4. Receive Your Certificate and Buy Your Medicine
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Retail price as of 04/16/2024

What You Pay with Leafwell

Nevada medical marijuana patients save more with Leafwell. Get your money back if not approved.

Patients have two state fee options when they register with the state: $50 for one year or $100 for two years. Please note that your Leafwell recommendation will be valid for two years even if you only register with the state for one year.

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State application fee$50-$100$50-$100$50-$100
Total$129-$129$129-$129$250-$300
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Qualifying Conditions

In Nevada, you must have a qualifying condition on the list below to qualify for a medical marijuana recommendation:

  • Addiction to opioids
  • Anorexia
  • Anxiety
  • Any auto-immune disease
  • Autism
  • Cachexia
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Pain
  • Glaucoma
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Muscle spasms, including, but not limited to, spasms caused by multiple sclerosis
  • Nausea
  • Neuropathy
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Seizures, including, without limitation, seizures caused by epilepsy

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    Eligibility / Patient

    Patients must be at least 18 years old and a Nevada resident to qualify for a medical marijuana card.

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    Caregiver

    A caregiver is someone with significant responsibility for managing the well-being of a person diagnosed with a chronic or debilitating medical condition. Caregivers must be 18 years old or older in Nevada.

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    Can Minors Qualify?

    Yes. Nevada’s caregiver program allows minors to access medical marijuana if deemed necessary and assists adults who need help accessing medical marijuana products.

    Despite being under the legal age limit, children can have a designated primary caregiver apply on their behalf. The caregiver is included in the medical marijuana card application process on Nevada’s medical marijuana program website.

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What You Need

You’ll need to provide the following to apply for a Nevada MMJ card:

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    Medical Marijuana Recommendation

    Once approved, your healthcare provider will submit your medical marijuana recommendation to the state so you can complete your medical marijuana card application.

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    Proof of Identity

    You will need a valid photo ID, such as a Nevada ID card or drivers license. The state will not accept seasonal resident state ID cards, commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs), or suspended licenses. They only accept valid, unexpired Nevada-issued licenses and state IDs.

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Next Steps After Approval

Congratulations on getting your medical certification! You’re almost there, but there are a few more steps to complete to get your Nevada medical marijuana card. Let’s dive in!

  • Before You Start: What You’ll Need 
    • A credit or debit card for state fees
    • A valid photo ID
  • Request Application: request the patient application from the state marijuana program.
  • Send Documentation: Send the documentation to documents@secure.leafwell.com. Your medical marijuana doctor will sign it within 48 hours.
  • Submit Paperwork and Receive Card: Submit your paperwork to the state and receive your card in 7-10 business days.
  • Start Shopping: Legally purchase medical cannabis products from licensed dispensaries.

How to Renew Your Card

Need to renew your Nevada medical marijuana card? We have a detailed step-by-step explainer on our Nevada renewal page.

Please note: Patients should renew their card 30 days before expiry.

Legal Topics

There are some restrictions on cannabis users and medical marijuana laws in Nevada. Nevada cardholders and out-of-state patients should be aware of the following medical marijuana laws.

Consumption and Possession Limitations: Nevada state law prohibits consuming cannabis in a public place, at a detention or correctional facility, or while delivering cannabis to another person. The permissible consumption limit of THC statewide is 10 nanograms per milliliter of urine and two nanograms per milliliter of blood while operating motor vehicles.

Nevada state law also prohibits driving under the influence of cannabis is illegal (even for medical card holders). Penalties range from a $400 fine, two days in jail, 48-96 hours of community service, a $5,000 fine, or up to six years in prison, depending on concurrent offenses.

Nevada Medical Marijuana Laws: Medical use was officially legalized with the June 2001 passage of Assembly Bill 453. The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health oversees the medical marijuana division in Nevada.

Medical Marijuana Products: Medical cannabis patients can purchase medical marijuana products at a licensed medical marijuana dispensary.

Recreational Marijuana is Legal: Recreational cannabis was legalized in Nevada in 2017.

Caregivers

Some patients may be eligible for an MMJ card but unable to apply for one themselves. For example, should the patient be a minor under 18, or if the patient needs assistance accessing medical cannabis, a caregiver can be assigned to complete the process on their behalf.

A caregiver can be added to your account once you have registered with the state. You must upload the caregiver’s driver’s license or state ID card as part of the application.

Caregiver Requirements:

  • Minimum age of 18 years old.
  • A person with a chronic or debilitating disease to whom a registry identification card has been issued may not be a designated primary caregiver unless they are the parent or guardian of a child who has been issued a registry identification card or letter of approval.
  • A person may have only one designated primary caregiver at any time. A designated primary caregiver may not be the primary caregiver to more than two persons.

Caregiver Registration Process:

  • When requesting their application packet, medical cannabis patients can also request an application for a caregiver.
  • The patient can add their caregiver to their account once they have registered.
    • Click on the check next to “I will have a caregiver,” and the upload prompts will display.
    • Follow the same process for uploading the caregiver’s driver’s license or state ID.
  • If requesting to add a caregiver after a patient has been certified, the patient will need a new attending healthcare provider statement with the caregiver’s information listed.
  • Caregivers must complete and submit their application packet.
    • A serially numbered registry identification card will be issued to the designated primary caregiver upon approval. Their card will expire at the same time as their patient’s.
  • There is no fee for the addition of a caregiver.

Reciprocity

Nevada does offer medical marijuana reciprocity and recognizes out-of-state medical marijuana cards. Some other states will also offer medical marijuana reciprocity to patients with medical marijuana cards from Nevada. Nevada patients should be able to purchase cannabis from the following states:

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas *
  • Hawaii *
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Michigan (at the dispensary’s discretion)
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey *
  • New Mexico
  • Oklahoma *
  • Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island
  • U.S. Virgin Islands *
  • Utah * (up to two 21-day periods in a calendar year)
  • Washington, D.C.

*Visitors must complete a visiting patient application with the state program.

FAQs

Check out our NV FAQ page for more frequently asked questions about the state’s medical card process.

How much does a Nevada medical marijuana certificate and card cost?

An online consultation for a Nevada medical marijuana card costs $79 and includes a 2-year certification. You’ll only be charged if approved. Plus, now you can sign up with a friend and each save 10% on your consultation.

Patients will also pay a separate $100 medical marijuana application fee to the Nevada Medical Marijuana Registry.

Here’s an overview of the fees:

  • $79 Initial certificate from Leafwell
  • $79 Renewal certificate from Leafwell
  • State application fee*
    • 1 year: $50
    • 2 years: $100 (Recommended to match certification)

*State fees are not included with Leafwell fees and are paid directly to the state

What medical conditions qualify for a medical marijuana card in Nevada?

In Nevada, the following conditions may qualify you for a medical marijuana certificate and card:

  • AIDS/HIV
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Autoimmune disease
  • Anorexia nervosa
  • Cachexia
  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Muscle spasms
  • Nausea
  • Opioid dependence or addiction
  • Seizures
  • Severe or chronic pain
  • A neuropathic condition, whether or not such condition causes seizures

What do I need to know about applying for my medical cannabis card in Nevada online?

With Leafwell, applying for a Nevada medical marijuana card online is simple. Here’s what to expect:

  1. Register with Leafwell and speak to a healthcare provider licensed in Nevada online. Consultations cost $79 and you’ll only be charged if approved.
  2. Get approved and request a patient application from the Nevada Medical Marijuana Registry.
  3. Send a copy of your medical marijuana application to Leafwell (documents@secure.leafwell.com). Your provider will sign the “Attending Healthcare Provider Statement” from your application within 48 business hours.
  4. Download your signed form and submit it with the rest of your application to the Nevada Medical Marijuana Registry. Your card will arrive in the mail in 7-10 days.

How old do I have to be to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Nevada?

Can I be/have a caregiver for a medical marijuana patient in Nevada?

Yes, medical marijuana patients in Nevada can have a caregiver. Patients must add caregivers to their medical marijuana registry account to generate a caregiver application.

Caregiver Requirements:

  • Minimum age of 18 years old.
  • Patients cannot be caregivers unless they are the parent or guardian of a minor patient.
  • Patients may have only one designated primary caregiver at any one time. Caregivers may not have more than two patients.

Here’s how the caregiver process works:

  1. Patients can request an application for their caregiver when getting their own application packet from the Nevada Medical Marijuana Registry.
  2. The patient can add their caregiver to their account once they have registered.
    1. Click on the check next to “I will have a caregiver” and the upload prompts will display.
    2. Follow the same process for uploading the caregiver’s driver’s license or state ID.
  3. Once the caregiver’s information has been uploaded, the patient will recreate their application with the caregiver’s information.
  4. Caregivers must complete and submit their application packet.
    1. Upon approval, a registry identification card will be issued to the designated primary caregiver. The caregiver’s card will expire at the same time as the patient’s.
  5. There is no fee for the addition of a caregiver.

State Resources:

How do I apply for the state program in Nevada?

After Your Appointment

After seeing a Leafwell physician, you will need to request a medical marijuana cardholder application packet to register with the state. The packet will include several forms including an Attending Healthcare Provider Statement form. Your Leafwell provider will sign and return the Provider Statement within 48 business hours so you can complete your state application.

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Create an account with the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program.
  2. Click on ‘Register as a cardholder.’
  3. Upload photos of the front and back of your Nevada ID.
  4. Enter a valid email address and create a password.
  5. Click Register.
  6. Fill out and download the application packet.
  7. Send the paperwork to documents@secure.leafwell.com.

If your ID upload is not successful, you can request an application packet by email.

Have the following ready:

  • Completed Registration Application form
  • Completed Waiver form
  • Completed Acknowledgement form
  • Completed Attending Healthcare Provider Statement form
  • Copy of current Nevada State ID or driver’s license issued by DMV (jpg or pdf)
  • Credit/debit card to pay state registration fee
    • $50: 1-year registration
    • $100: 2-year registration (Leafwell patients are certified for 2 years)

Submit Your Application

  1. Log into your account.
  2. Upload the Registration Application, Waiver, Acknowledgement, and Attending Healthcare Provider Statement forms in the designated sections.
  3. Pay the registration fee via credit/debit card.
    1. 1-year registration term for $50.00
    2. 2-year registration term for $100.00 (Leafwell patients are certified for 2 years)
  4. The state will process your application in 24-72 hours.
  5. You can download and print your temporary med card, which is good for up to 60 days.
  6. Your permanent med card will come in the mail within 10 days.