Oregon Medical Marijuana Card Renewal

Renewal For Oregon Medical Marijuana Card Online

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How to Renew Medical Marijuana Card in Oregon in 2024


Get a medical marijuana certification: Obtain an Attending Provider Statement from your Oregon healthcare provider


Gather the required application items:


Mail your application to the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program: Enclose a completed Medical Marijuana Program Application Form, the Attending Provider Statement, the required application items, and the applicable fee to
P.O. Box 14450
Portland, OR 97293-0450

Does Oregon Allow Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Online?

Yes, medical marijuana card renewal in Oregon is possible online. Existing patients can sign in to the Oregon Medical Marijuana Online System using their login details. The online portal makes it easy for cardholders to find previously saved personal information and make updates where necessary. Cardholders may also need to upload government-issued IDs, proofs of residency, and Attending Provider Statements (APS) to complete their Oregon medical marijuana card renewal applications online.

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

Medical marijuana cardholders in Oregon must renew their cards annually. After expiration, patients will not be able to access medical marijuana dispensaries. The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program typically sends mail notifications to patients 60 or 90 days before their current medical marijuana cards expire.

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

Medical marijuana patients in Oregon need state-licensed healthcare providers who will re-evaluate them and confirm that they have qualifying medical conditions before they can renew their medical marijuana cards. The attending provider may be any of the following healthcare practitioners:

  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)
  • Doctor of Osteopathy (DO)
  • Physician Assistant
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • Naturopathic Physician

These providers are required to examine medical marijuana patients before completing and signing the Attending Provider Statement (APS) forms. Alternatively, attending providers may provide relevant parts of patients’ medical records.

Oregon Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Cost

Medical marijuana card renewal in Oregon costs $200, which is a non-refundable fee. This fee does not include mailing and healthcare appointment costs. Patients may qualify for one of the following OMMP reduced fees:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Fee: Patients can qualify to pay $60 by submitting copies of SNAP benefits letters
  • Oregon Health Plan (OHP) Fee: Patients can qualify to pay $50 by submitting copies of current OHP ID cards or OHP coverage letters
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Fee: Submit a copy of the SSI Determination Letter to be eligible to pay $20 for medical marijuana card renewal
  • Veterans Fee: Patients whose government-issued photo IDs show their veteran status will only pay $20. Medical marijuana card renewal is free for veterans who can submit official letters from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) as proof of disability while in service

When submitting mail applications, cardholders should include checks payable to OHA/OMMP. Online applicants can pay card renewal fees using the electronic payment options provided on the state’s Medical Marijuana Online System.

Where to Do Medical Marijuana Card Renewal Near Me in Oregon

Oregon does not accept in-person applications. Medical marijuana patients and caregivers can use the online registry or send completed paper applications by mail to:

P.O. Box 14450
Portland, OR 97293-0450

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

No. In Oregon, medical marijuana is available only to residents with valid medical marijuana cards. Out-of-state patients, aged 21 or older, may present their government-issued IDs to purchase cannabis products from licensed recreational marijuana dispensaries in Oregon.

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