How To Replace a Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona

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Can I Replace My Arizona Medical Marijuana Card?

Yes. Per Chapter 17 of the Arizona medical marijuana rules, patients who have lost their Arizona medical marijuana cards can apply to receive new medical marijuana cards. The most common reasons for replacing medical cards are theft and damage.

Do I Need to Report a Lost or Stolen Arizona Medical Marijuana Card?

Yes, although an official report is not required, Section R9-17-105 of the Arizona medical marijuana rules requires that a request for a new replacement medical marijuana card be submitted to the Department of Health Services within 10 working days of losing the current MMJ card.

How to Get a Replacement Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona

To obtain a replacement medical marijuana card, follow these steps:

  • Visit the ADHS Individual Licensing portal
  • Log in with your username and password
  • Select "Replacement Application"
  • Enter the registry ID number on the lost or stolen and your name and date of birth as it appears on your current card
  • Pay the applicable card fee
  • Select "Submit"

Note that if you cannot provide the ID number on the lost MMJ card, you must provide a copy of one of the following cards:

  • Arizona driver's license
  • Arizona ID card
  • Arizona registry ID card
  • Photograph page in the cardholder's United States passport or a United States passport card

Once your new card becomes available, it will be sent to the address on your application via U.S. mail.

Cost of an Arizona Medical Marijuana Replacement Card

It costs $10 to obtain a replacement medical marijuana card. You can pay the fee using a MasterCard or Visa card.

How Long to Get a Replacement Arizona Medical Marijuana Card?

It takes 2-4 weeks to get a replacement MMJ card after submitting a replacement application to the Arizona Department of Health Services.

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