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New Jersey To Hold A Series Of Medicinal Cannabis Program Registration Clinics

Emily Mullins

by Emily Mullins

March 18, 2024 12:12 pm ET Estimated Read Time: 2 Minutes
Fact checked by Kymberly Drapcho
New Jersey To Hold A Series Of Medicinal Cannabis Program Registration Clinics

The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (NJ-CRC), which regulates the cultivation, licensing, and selling of cannabis in the state, is set to host a series of clinics designated to help new or existing state medical marijuana patients with signing up or re-enrolling in their cannabis program. The clinics will provide personalized guidance through the sign-up process, renewing medical cards, submitting necessary paperwork, adding a caregiver, answering questions to prospective patients, and more.

Navigating the legality of cannabis in New Jersey can feel confusing for some, and these events aim to help prospective patients with any difficulties associated with registration.

The NJ-CRC will host 12 events throughout the year in Trenton, Newark, and Atlantic City. Event dates and locations are as follows:

212 Washington St., Newark

  • March 19
  • June 11
  • September 24
  • November 13

1325 Boardwalk, Atlantic City

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  • March 21
  • June 18
  • October 1
  • November 15

50 Barrack St., Trenton

  • March 26
  • June 13
  • September 26
  • November 19

The New Jersey clinics in Newark and Atlantic City will start at 10 a.m. and run until 4 p.m., and the events in Trenton will begin at 10 a.m. and last until 6 p.m.

“The inquiries we received from customer service lines and by email indicate that there is a need for these clinics so those interested in finding out about the Medicinal Cannabis Program and existing enrollees can get support and guidance for navigating the platforms and processes,” stated the executive director of the NJ-CRC, Jeff Brown. “The MCP remains a priority for our agency, and we are actively working to ensure that those who want access to the program have a clear path to participating.”

Attendees who would like to enroll in the Medical Cannabis Program should come to the clinics prepared with a statement from a healthcare provider documenting their reason for needing marijuana as well as a valid state ID or two forms of proof that they live in the state. More information can be found here.

New Jersey has been working hard recently to expand access to medical marijuana to patients throughout the state. They recently announced changes to the program that include waiving signup and renewal fees for virtual cards, dropping the fee to $10 for physical cards, and allowing dispensaries to grow their own cannabis supplies.

Medical patients have access to other benefits in the state, such as extended dispensary hours, tax exemptions on cannabis purchases, and the ability to purchase strains and products not available to recreational users.

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