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STEP 1 SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

Simply schedule your appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor through LeafyMate and pick a time / date that works best for your schedule. After booking your appointment, you will receive an email and text with a link to the video call. At the time of your appointment you will log into the online video chat using the video link provided to start your medical cannabis evaluation process. You will then be taken to complete your intake form by providing basic medical history prior to being placed into a video call with a licensed New Jersey medical marijuana doctor to get evaluated and approved for your medical cannabis card in New Jersey. Our patient gurus are always here to help in case you need assistance or have any questions about the process of getting your medical cannabis card in NJ.

STEP 2 MEET WITH A LICSENCED PHYSICIAN ONLINE

The medical cannabis evaluation visit will be conducted via our online video telehealth platform (no downloads necessary) and should take approximately 15 minutes. At the time of your telehealth video call, the doctor will evaluate your condition and your ailments, and will determine if you are qualified for a medical cannabis card. Feel free to ask any questions you may have about medical marijuana and either the doctor or our patient gurus will be able to help. After completing your video call consultation, if you are approved, the doctor will email you an electronic recommendation form for medical marijuana and clear instructing on completing  your state application. Once you have received the approval email with the digital certificate, you can apply directly with the state and our patient gurus will be there to assist.

STEP 3 GET YOUR MEDICAL CANNABIS CARD

Once you are approved by the licensed doctor, you’ll complete your registration directly with the state using the guide we provide, pay any additional state fee, and submit your application. After the state processes your application, you will be notified of your approval and will be able to pay for your card and the state then mails your card. With the medical cannabis card in hand, you can begin purchasing medical cannabis from your state dispensaries.

WHAT DOES LEAFYMATE PROVIDE IN NEW JERSEY?

MEDICAL CANNABIS CONSULTATION

We connect you to a licensed medical cannabis doctors who will evaluate your ailments and ensure you are qualified for a medical cannabis card in your state. 

PATIENT STATE APPLICATION SUPPORT

If you have any questions along the way, our patient gurus will be here to assist. We will be glad in helping explain the state requirements for your medical cannabis card and assist with the state application after your evaluation with a medical cannabis doctors.

DIGITAL CANNABIS CERTIFICATE

After the physician evaluation, once approved the doctor will send you an email with a digital certificate and a clear step by step guide that you will use to complete your online state application.

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If you are not approved for any reason we process a full refund guaranteed. With thousands of patients served we are glad to announce that we are one of the highest trusted telehealth providers in the medical cannabis industry. Our patient reviews will attest to that statement. 

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LeafyMate is a healthcare technology platform with a team of technology enthusiasts and state-licensed doctors. We believe all people deserve access to medical products if they think it might improve their quality of life. We help by connecting patients and doctors online, to provide evaluations for each individual looking to better their life. Whether you're a connoisseur or thinking of becoming a first-time medical patient, our doctors will listen to your needs and give you an honest opinion about whether they can help.

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QUALIFYING FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS IN NEW JERSEY

To qualify for a patient registry identification card, a qualifying patient must have the following information ready:

You will need the reference number that was provided to you by your Medicinal Marijuana Program (MMP) physician (this number can be found on your copy of the attending physician statement) - found on the certificate that the medical marijuana doctor provides. An email address is required (MMP sends all communications related to your registration, including payment details, through email).

Documents Required:

  • Photograph: 
         Taken within the last 60 days
         Taken against a plain, white background such as a wall
         No hats permitted
         No glasses permitted
         Full-face view, directly facing the camera with both eyes open and neutral facial expression
         Do not use any photo filters
  • Government Issued photo ID (Choose one of the following):
         Current NJ Driver's License
         Current NJ Non-Drivers ID issued by NJ Motors Vehicle Commission
         NJ County ID showing patient name and address
        *Note: If your current government issued photo ID is expired or does not reflect your current physical address, you will have to supply 2 proofs of New Jersey Residency        from the list below.
  • Proof of New Jersey Residency (Choose one of the following):  
         Utility Bill issued within the 90 days preceding the application date   
         Gas, electric, water, sewer, landline phone, cell phone, cable, television, internet  
         Correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or the New Jersey Division of Taxation, issued within the year preceding the application date, that shows the             patient's name and address
         Including but not limited to a 1099 Statement, Form 1098, W-2, etc.
         *Note: We do not accept a Form 1040 or Form 1095
          Federal, State, or local government correspondence issued to the applicant within the 90 days preceding the application date, that shows the patient's name and address
          Examples: Social Security Administration (SSA) documents, jury summons or court issued notices, property tax bills
          Bank statements issued within each of the three months preceding the application date, which shows the patient's name and address (this means you must submit 3                    statements scanned into one PDF)

Within 30 days, the NJ Department of Health will contact you via email with your approval information. If approved, you will be required to pay the $100 state registration fee (unless you qualify for assistance) and your card will come in the mail in 7-10 business days. Once you have your card in hand, you can begin purchasing medical marijuana legally from your local NJ dispensaries.

PATIENT QUALIFYING CONDITIONS FOR NEW JERSEY

Health care providers registered with the  New Jersey Department of Health can certify NJ residents diagnosed with these conditions: 

  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Anxiety
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Pain
  • Dysmenorrhea
  • Glaucoma
  • Inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease
  • Intractable skeletal spasticity
  • Migraine
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Opioid Use Disorder
  • Positive status for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Seizure disorder, including epilepsy
  • Terminal illness with prognosis of less than 12 months to live
  • Tourette Syndrome

STATE APPLICATION COSTS

The registration fee for the MMP identification card is $100.00. If you qualify under one of the following categories, you are eligible for the reduced fee of $20.00.

Senior Citizen, age 65 and older
Military Veteran (submit DD-214 Form)
Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Submit "Verification of Benefits" letter from SSA.GOV
NJ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
NJ Medicaid
NJ Temporary Disability Benefits
Medicare - Under the age of 65

STATE APPLICATION PROCESS

1. Talk with your Health Care Provider
If your health care provider decides that medical marijuana is right for your qualifying  condition, you will get a signed certification form. You need this form to apply for a
registry ID card. To see a licensed physician please book an appointment for a time that works for you. 

2. Apply for Registry ID Card Online
 With a certificate from a health care provider in-hand you can then register for your medical cannabis card online with the NJ department of health.

To register, you must have this information ready:
• The certification form your health care provider gave you.
• Proof of identity and New Jersey State residency.

You can:
• Make a payment for your NJ medical cannabis card online. 

3. Visit a Medical Marijuana Dispensing Facility
Once you have your permanent registry ID card, you can visit a New Jersey State dispensing facility to buy medical marijuana. Bring your certification form and
registry ID card with you. Search for dispensaries near me using the dispensary search option below.

POCESSION AND CULTIVATION OF MEDICAL CANNABIS IN NEW JERSEY

Medical marijuana will be packaged in 1/4 or 1/8 ounce denominations. The patient’s health care practitioner will determine the proper dosage; however, the maximum amount currently allowed by law is 3 ounces in a 30 day period unless the patient is terminal in which case the amount is unlimited. The Medical Marijuana Compassionate Use Act does not allow a qualified person or primary caregiver to grow or develop marijuana or to own a marijuana plant. New Jersey legislation does not allow patients with medical marijuana to develop their own crops of marijuana.

CAREGIVERS IN NEW JERSEY

A patient certified for medicinal marijuana may elect to have a caregiver if needed. A caregiver can be used if a patient’s condition is too severe to the point where they cannot physically go to their alternative treatment center (ATC) by themselves. Patients may designate up to two caregivers.

A caregiver can purchase medicinal marijuana from an ATC without the patient’s presence.

Caregivers are chosen by the certified patient; usually a friend or family member. Caregivers can be added at any time during registration and must go through the same process as patients to receive a card.

Caregivers are required to submit fingerprints for a criminal background investigation. The fingerprinting forms will be available once the caregiver has begun the online registration.

Please see the “Do I qualify” information on the left to view if you are eligible to become a caregiver.

There is a fee of $100 for a caregiver identification card, unless the caregiver is a senior citizen, military veteran, or receives certain forms of government assistance (see below). In the event any of those conditions are met, the reduced fee is $20. In addition, there is a fee to have your background check processed.

I was asked to become a caregiver for the MMP, what do I need to register?
To register for the MMP you must have the following documentation digitally scanned into a computer and uploaded into our secure online registry:

Image of yourself

Photograph must be a recent digital photo taken against a white background; the patient/caregiver shall not wear a hat, glasses or any other item that may alter or disguise the overall features of the face; the patient/caregiver face must take up 70 percent of the picture; and a digital photograph must be in JPEG or GIF format, which is the format used by most digital cameras.

Government Issue photo identification

One of the following:

Current NJ digital license
Current NJ digital non-driver ID card
NJ County ID Card
Proof of current New Jersey residency - (P.O. Boxes NOT Accepted)

One of the following:

Utility bill issued in the past 90 days that shows your name at your current address
Utility Bills accepted: Gas-Electric-Water-Sewer-Cell Phone-Cable (Television/Internet/Phone)
Any correspondence from IRS or NJ State tax office within the last year
Reduced Fee Eligibility:

Proof of meeting one of the following categories qualifies for a reduced fee:

Senior Citizen (age 65 and older)
Military Veteran
Recipient of certain forms of government assistance
NJ Medicaid
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
NJ Temporary Disability Insurance (TDI)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Social Security Disability (SSD)
You will also be required to print out a Criminal Background Investigation Form. This form will be accessible once you are within our registry. This form will contain instructions on where you can sign-up to have your fingerprints taken to clear you as an MMP caregiver.

You will be processed with your accompanying patient and will receive your notice of verification via email once your background check and uploaded documents have been successfully cleared.

Parents or legal guardians of minor patients are not charged a fee for their cards.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR NEW JERSEY

s a participant in the Medicinal Marijuana Program (MMP), we would like to provide you with guidelines to help ensure your compliance with the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medicinal Marijuana Act (CUMMA). Your adherence to these guidelines will minimize the risk of problems in the event you encounter law enforcement while in possession of medicinal marijuana or paraphernalia. The Attorney General has published guidelines for law enforcement agencies in New Jersey regarding the enforcement of CUMMA. Law enforcement officers will be trained to respect CUMMA, but they will also be trained to make certain that CUMMA is not used to conceal the unauthorized use, possession or distribution of marijuana or other illegal controlled substances.

Patients and caregivers should always carry proper identification, including MMP cards, at all times.
Medicinal marijuana always should be maintained in its original labeled packaging.
Patients should keep medicinal marijuana at their residence and only transport it when absolutely necessary. Understand that the smell of burning or raw marijuana outside a home will attract law enforcement attention.
If transporting or possessing medicinal marijuana outside their residence patients and caregivers should keep the amount in their possession to a minimum and, as stated above, always maintain it in its original packaging.
Patients and caregivers are not permitted to share, or in any other way re-distribute medicinal marijuana to any other person. Medicinal marijuana is intended solely for the consumption of the patient.
Patients may possess paraphernalia, but only for the purpose of consuming medicinal marijuana.
Patients and caregivers are not permitted to grow or cultivate marijuana, or be in possession of a marijuana plant.
Patients and caregivers may not possess marijuana obtained from a source other than a New Jersey licensed ATC.
Patients may not operate a motorized vehicle (of any sort), aircraft, railroad train, stationary heavy equipment or a vessel while under the influence of medicinal marijuana.
Patients are encouraged to use medicinal marijuana only in their residence.
Patients may not smoke medicinal marijuana in a school bus, on public transportation, or in a private vehicle while in motion. Additionally, patients may not smoke medicinal marijuana on any school grounds or at any correctional facility, public park, beach, recreation center, or other place where smoking is prohibited.
Patients and caregivers may not transport medicinal marijuana across state lines.
A patient or primary caregiver in possession of unwanted marijuana shall dispose of the marijuana by returning it to an ATC. The person returning the marijuana for disposal should present a valid registry identification card, a New Jersey driver’s license or other State-issued photo identification to the ATC or the police.
All patients and caregivers should be cooperative and truthful at all times with law enforcement if they encounter them while in possession of medicinal marijuana or paraphernalia.
You should review these guidelines prior to using or transporting medicinal marijuana. Please contact the MMP Customer Service Unit at (609) 292-0424 if you have any questions.

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