For people with a qualifying medical condition, the first step is to see your Minnesota doctor or licensed health care provider to receive certification. Once registered, you can visit one of our Cannabis Patient Centers in Minnesota. More information is available in the Minnesota Department of Health’s Patient Guide. Have a question you can’t find […]
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There is an annual registration fee of $200 that will be reduced to $50 if you receive CHAMPVA or Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or participate in Medicaid or Minnesota Care. Source: Minnesota Department of Health Patient Guide Have a question you can’t find an answer to? We’re here to […]
At this time, insurance companies do not cover medical cannabis. Consequently, all patients who participate in the program are responsible for the costs. Source: Minnesota Department of Health website. Have a question you can’t find an answer to? We’re here to help. Contact Us.
Special Discounts are available for: Patients visiting us for the first time Patients who receive medical assistance including Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability (SSD), Medical Assistance, CHAMPVA, Veteran Affairs, Indian Health Service or Medicaid ID. Military patients of active or veteran status Spouse or children of military patients Unfortunately, special discounts CANNOT be […]
Registered patients, parents or designated caregivers can retrieve and administer the medication. In the case of incapacitated patients or children, the Commissioner of Health can approve and register a designated caregiver if the patient’s health care provider certifies that this is required. Have a question you can’t find an answer to? We’re here to […]