Las Vegas residents with one or more qualifying conditions recognized under the Nevada medical cannabis law can enroll in the Nevada Medical Marijuana Cardholders Program and obtain medical marijuana cards. Las Vegas MMJ cards are valid for one or two years. Minors require the consent of their parents or legal guardians and must designate caregivers before they can obtain MMJ cards in the city. Nevada does not recognize out-of-state medical marijuana IDs.
Yes, Las Vegas residents who want to get medical marijuana cards must obtain recommendations from their doctors. Nevada allows board-certified medical doctors and osteopathic doctors to issue Attending Healthcare Provider Statements to qualifying patients. Patients can either schedule physical appointments with their doctors or hold telemedicine consultations to obtain their recommendations for medical marijuana treatment.
To get a Las Vegas MMJ card, it is essential to obtain an Attending Healthcare Provider Statement from a licensed physician. Afterward, the qualifying patient or caregiver should download and complete an Application Request Form.
The completed application form and required documents should be mailed to the Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DBPH) at:
Medical Marijuana Registry
_ Division of Public and Behavioral Health_
_ Suite 101, 4150 Technology Way_
_ Carson City, NV 89760_
The DPBH will mail the applicant’s registry ID between 7-10 business days if the application is approved.
To apply for medical marijuana IDs online in Las Vegas, eligible residents can use the Nevada Online Cardholder Registry. They will be required to scan and upload the following documents:
Once they have uploaded all the necessary documents, applicants will be able to print temporary MMJ cards from the online portal. Successful applicants will receive their MMJ cards by mail between 7-10 business days after online submission.
There are two validity periods for Las Vegas medical marijuana cards: a one-year period and a two-year period. MMJ cardholders are required to initiate the MMJ card renewal process at least 60 days before their current cards expire.
It costs $50 to obtain a one-year validity MMJ card in Las Vegas, while a two-year validity MMJ card costs $100.
Yes, minors in Las Vegas are eligible for medical marijuana cards, but they must get the consent of their parents or legal guardians. They must also designate caregivers.
Patients who want to renew their medical marijuana cards in Las Vegas must be recertified for medical cannabis therapy by their physicians. After recertification, they can submit either paper or online applications for MMJ card renewals. Patients must pay a renewal fee of either $50 or $100, depending on the validity period of their Las Vegas MMJ cards.
Yes, visitors to Las Vegas are allowed to use their out-of-state MMJ cards at state-licensed dispensaries in the city. Out-of-state MMJ cardholders can purchase up to 2.5 oz of marijuana products every two weeks.