The purpose of this site is to educate minorities about marijuana for medical use and the
impact of the unlawful use of marijuana on minority communities.
Once you have been entered into the Registry, your physician will provide you with your Patient ID Number. You will need this to apply for your required Registry Identification Card
Remember to provide your physician with your email address to receive important updates!
Patients and Caregivers may complete an electronic or paper identification application. For step by step instructions and other resources, please visit our Registry Identification Cards page.
Payments and paper ID Card Applications should be mailed to:
Office of Medical Marijuana Use
PO Box 31313
Tampa, FL 33631-3313
Once your Identification Card application has been approved, you will then be able to contact one of the licensed medical marijuana treatment centers and fill the order.
Patients and caregivers may only fill orders for medical marijuana with one of the state’s approved medical marijuana treatment centers. Medical marijuana treatment centers may deliver medical marijuana to qualified patients and caregivers. If you do not have a medical marijuana treatment center in your city you can still fill your order by contacting a medical marijuana treatment center and arranging for a delivery.
For contact information of the currently licensed medical marijuana treatment centers, please visit our Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers page.
Obtain voluntary, written, informed consent from the
patient or the patient’s legal guardian.
Enter an order for the named patient into the Marijuana Use Registry
and update the registr within 7 days of anychange.
Be diagnosed with a qualifying condition.
Has obtained a Medical Marijuana Use Registry Identification Card.
Be a Florida resident.
Synthetic cannabinoids are sometimes misleadingly called “synthetic marijuana” (or “fake weed”) because they act on the same brain cell receptors as THC, the mind-altering chemicals ingredient in marijuana.
Synthetic cannabinoids refer to a growing number of human-made mind-altering chemicals sprayed on dried, shredded plant material or vaporized to produce a high. The effects may include: