Nevada Medical Marijuana

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Qualifying Medical Conditions

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Cancer

Glaucoma

Cachexia

Sever pain

Sever nausea

Seizures, including without limitation, seizures caused by epilepsy

Persistent muscle spasms, including, but not limited to, spams caused by multiple sclerosis

Getting Started

Can the Nevada Medical Marijuana Registry refer me to a healthcare provider?

No. The Registry does not serve as a referral source. Any healthcare provider who is currently licensed to write a prescription for a chronic or debilitating medical condition and is in good standing with their Nevada Board can complete and sign the Attending Healthcare Provider Statement

How do I register and create my profile using the website?

The Online Cardholder Registry allows Nevadans to apply for a Nevada medical marijuana card from computers with internet access. Online applying requires scanning and printing capabilities. The Online Registry allows applicants to scan and upload their driver’s license to register and create a profile, download and print the medical marijuana card application, and when the application is complete, you can upload it and pay online. The Online Registry is found at https://mmportal.nv.gov/Account/Login. If you've not registered before click on “Register as a Cardholder.”
It is necessary to print and fill out the application. Applicants are required to have their healthcare provider sign the Attending Healthcare Provider Statement, sing and date the Waiver and Acknowledgement forms, and include a copy of the front and back of their state issued identification.
When the application is filled out completely, applicants can scan and upload/submit it, rather than mailing it in for approval.
The letter of approval may be used immediately and for 60 days from its date of issuance in dispensaries for making purchases. This allows ample time for cardholders to receive their medical marijuana card in the mail, which should occur within 7 to 10 business days.

Cardholders no longer need to visit the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for card processing. Cards will be prepared and mailed to cardholders automatically. Do not go to the DMV for your card.

How do I register and create my profile using the website?

Go to https://mmportal.nv.gov/Accoun... follow the instructions. Here are some pointers for getting started:

Scan the back of your driver’s license or State ID card to a JPG, PNG, or TIF file in grayscale or color at 300 DPI or greater and save the file to your desktop. If necessary, refer to your scanner owner’s manual for details on how to scan a document. Instead of scanning, you can take a digital picture of the back of your ID, and save that file to your desktop. Information from the barcode on your ID is used to create your profile.

Using the Select button, browse to the desktop, select the file, and click open. The file will appear.

Enter your email address and create a password. Click on the Register button and the system creates your profile using the information from the barcode of your Driver’s License or State ID card.

Once the web page resets to the top, scroll down to the bottom and you should see a message telling you that you were successful and your user name will be your state identification number.

Click on the blue Login button to log into your account.

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