Medical Marijuana Doctors & Services & Assessments
Medical Marijuana - How to Get MMJ Card
Our Certification Process is Simple & Painless!
1. Complete Our Intake Form
2. Schedule your certification appointment.
3. Obtain your Medical Marijuana Dispensary Card:
- Pennsylvania residents are required to pay the state fee through the online profile set up with the PA Dept. of Health's MMP. The medical marijuana ID card will arrive in the mail within a few short days. Once your medical marijuana card arrives you will be legally permitted to purchase your medical marijuana prescription at your local dispensary.
- Ohio residents are required to pay the state fee via an email generated by the OH MMCP. The card can be downloaded, showing evidence of the QR code or printed. Once the card is active you are able to visit your local dispensary on the same day as the certification!
- West Virginia residents will need to create an account through the OMC. Your certification will be electronically submitted through your state portal. Once you complete your state registration, payment for your card may be submitted. A check or money order can be sent to
- 350 capitol Street- room 523-Charleston WV,25301
- Once the card is active you will be legally permitted to purchase your medical marijuana prescription at your local dispensary.
NEED A DIAGNOSIS FOR ANXIETY OR PTSD?
Releaf Specialists is happy to help any patient obtain a diagnosis to get certified for a Pennsylvania, Ohio or West Virginia Medical Marijuana card. We offer FREE assessments to any patient who thinks they may suffer from Anxiety or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Take a moment and complete our intake form to see if you qualify today!
Medical Marijuana Qualifying Conditions In PA, WV, and OH
Only patients suffering from one of the medical conditions designated by the state may currently participate in the Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio Medical Marijuana Programs. Click the button below to see if you qualify for medical cannabis under Pennsylvania, Ohio, or West Virginia state law.