Apply or Renew Your Arizona Medical Marijuana Card
Talk to a licensed medical marijuana doctor in Arizona and get approved for your medical marijuana card today! Schedule an appointment with us at 888-316-9085 to start your evaluation process!
Arizona's Trusted Medical Marijuana Certification Experts
Compassionate Certification Centers (CCC) is a holistic wellness company that provides Arizona medical marijuana card certification services. Since 2016, we have been devoted to providing patients with cannabis-derived treatment options for a wide range of medical conditions. We’re here to raise the level of treatment that patients receive while seeking their medical marijuana cards by providing trust, clarity, and the diagnostic help to find the right medicine.
MMJ Certification & Re-Certification
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How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona
1. REGISTER ONLINE OR BY PHONE
Our consultants will confidentially discuss any concerns or questions you may have without judgement. We will review your medical records and pre-qualify you for free. Then you’ll set up an appointment either online or virtually with one of our cannabis medicine physicians in Arizona.
2. TALK TO A MEDICAL MARIJUANA DOCTOR
You’ll meet with your certifying physician in one of our convenient brick-and-mortar locations, or virtually via video chat from the comfort of your own home. The doctor will discuss your condition and symptoms, any current or previous medications you use, and detail some recommendations for an optimized personal cannabis medicine treatment plan – including types, dosages, and more.
3. GET YOUR MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD
Upon certifying your eligibility for a medical card, you then pay your fee to the AZ Department of Health Services and they will send out the physical card. Once in hand, you can visit any dispensary in your state and speak with the pharmacists about which products may be best.
Initial Medical Marijuana Certification
In order to qualify for a medical marijuana card in Arizona, a patient must be at least 18 years old, have a valid government-issued ID, have a Arizona residential address, have medical records of past year to provide to the physician, and have a qualifying condition.
If you meet all of the criteria listed above, then you are able to register with the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Next, you’ll want to get in touch with Compassionate Certification Centers. You can do this one of three ways – fill out the form on the website here at www.cccregister.com, use the live-webchat in the bottom corner of your screen (not a bot!), or give us a call at 888-316-9085. Our caring and compassionate cannabis consultants are standing by to help you every step of the way. If you need to obtain your medical records, we can help. We can review your medical history with you to predetermine eligibility before you schedule and send a HIPAA form to your providers office requesting your records for you!
From there, you’ll set up an appointment with one of our physicians – either virtually from the comfort of your own home, or in one of our brick-and-mortar locations across the state of PA. The appointment will be comfortable and quick! The doctor and staff will discuss your symptoms with you, as well as any previous treatments used. He’ll then determine if medical cannabis is right for you and make some suggestions regarding products and dosages.
After the physician approves your certification and you pay the $150 fee, you should receive your card within 5-7 days.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana in Arizona?
If you are suffering or in severe and chronic pain due to any of the following conditions, you will qualify for a medical marijuana card:
- Agitation of Alzheimer’s Disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
- Crohn’s Disease
- Hepatitis C
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy
- Severe and Chronic Pain
- Severe Nausea
- Severe or persistent muscle spasms, including those characteristics of multiple sclerosis
When was medical marijuana legalized in Arizona?
Proposition 203 was enacted in Arizona on Nov. 2, 2010, known as the “Arizona Medical Marijuana Act”.
How much medical marijuana can you purchase in Arizona?
No more than 2 ½ ounces of marijuana in a 14 day period. Allotment is tracked within the states system.
What are the possession laws for medical marijuana in Arizona?
Patients are allowed to possess no more than 2 ½ ounces.
What are the consumption laws for medical marijuana in Arizona?
No public consumption is allowed in the state of Arizona.
What are the cultivation laws for medical marijuana in Arizona?
As of 2021, If you are an adult 21 years of age or older, you may cultivate up to 6 marijuana plants for personal use at your primary address. Not more than 12 plants are allowed at a residence where two or more people over the age of 21 live. Cultivation must take place within a closet, room, garden-house or other enclosed area on the grounds of the residence equipped with a lock or other security device that prevents access by minors.
What are the reciprocity laws for medical marijuana in Arizona?
Arizona medical dispensaries do not accept out of state medical cards. Fortunately, if traveling there, you may be able to find something in the recreational shops.