Updated on January 25, 2019. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Richard Koffler, MD, Board Certified Physiatrist
In order to be afforded legal protection of the Connecticut Medical Marijuana law, qualified medical marijuana patients must register with the state patient registry and possess a valid identification card by submitting a marijuana card application to the Department of Consumer Protection. All registration fees collected by the department under this subsection shall be paid to the State Treasurer, and credited to the account established.
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For patients under the age of 18 years, the following conditions will effectively qualify:
The registration certificate application is available online, and requires 3 steps:
Department of Consumer Protection (DCP)
Medical Marijuana Program
165 Capitol Ave
Hartford CT 06106-1630
Phone: (860) 713-6066
Toll-Free: (800) 842-2649
Our goal is not to help you self-medicate. Rather, we aim to help qualifying patients connect with licensed local physicians and legally get the treatment they need.
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