Apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Montana

Talk to a licensed medical marijuana doctor in Montana and get approved or your money back!​

Getting started only takes a few minutes. Simply sign up, answer a few questions, and schedule your appointment. Everything should be this easy.

How to Get a Medical Marijuana Card in MT


Schedule an appointment to see a medical marijuana doctor in MT through Veriheal at a time that is most convenient for you. Provide basic medical history and book your appointment with a licensed medical marijuana doctor. You will need medical records and the doctor(s) can approve any qualifying condition.


Consult with a doctor for 10-15 minutes to evaluate your ailments, and ask any questions you may have about medical marijuana treatment. After the appointment is complete and if you are approved, the doctor will fill out a recommendation form for medical marijuana. Once you have this you can then apply to the state.


Apply online to the Montana Medical Marijuana Program with the Montana Department of Health. Note that the application fee is $30 to the state.

The state will review your application and send your card via mail within 4 weeks. Once you receive your medical marijuana card, you can start buying your medical cannabis directly from the dispensary.

In Montana, patients will need to renew their card annually and see a licensed physician again. Veriheal will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you setup a renewal consultation.

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Just So You Know...

  • You can book a combo consultation with a friend or family member and you EACH get $10 off your appointment.
  • If you are not approved for medical cannabis by a doctor for whatever reason, we issue a refund in FULL.
  • Your recommendation is valid for 1 year in Montana and you will need to re-certify your license with another appointment when it expires.

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About Medical Marijuana in Montana

Montana may very well be legalizing recreational marijuana use in addition to their medicinal cannabis program if voters check the ballot box yes in the November 2020 General Election. Based on the 50,000 signatures collected during the petition process, chances are that more yes boxes will be checked than no. If passed, the Big Sky Country State has big plans for the tax revenue that the recreational cannabis market will produce over the next five years, reports the Independent Record.

“Of the tax revenue that would be generated by the measure, 10.5% would go to the state’s general fund, while the remainder would fund conservation programs, substance abuse treatment, veterans’ services, health care costs, and localities where marijuana is sold,” reports the Montana news source.

The ballot initiative would not only legalize cannabis for recreational use, but it could also possibly redeem residents charged with any prior cannabis-related crimes. According to the Independent Record, “The measure would permit people currently serving a sentence for illegal possession, sale, or use of marijuana to apply for resentencing.” 

Montana’s medical cannabis program covers a list of qualifying conditions that make residents eligible for the program. Under the directive of Gov. Steve Bullock, physician consultations may be conducted via telemedicine during COVID-19 for both new patients and renewals and curbside delivery is allowed.

Qualifying Conditions and Cost

Montana’s medical cannabis program dates back to 2004 when voters initiated the ballot measure, with 62% approving it. Since then, Montana has come up with a long list of qualifying conditions that include: 

Additionally, the state deems that a chronic medical condition or its treatment that causes other symptoms or disorders also makes patients eligible for the medical cannabis program. Those additional conditions and symptoms include: 

Lastly, peripheral neuropathy, central nervous system disorder, PTSD, or terminal illness also qualify patients for the program. Along with having a condition, any Montana resident applying for a medical cannabis card must prove their residency with a valid driver’s license or state identification card. A Montana medical cannabis card’s cost is $30, and it costs $10 to replace or update provider information. 

Medical Cannabis Program Application Process in Montana

The Montana medical cannabis program application is straight forward. All prospective patients must be at least 18-years-old and have at least one of the qualifying medcial conditions. Additionally, applicants must show proof of residency with a valid copy of a state driver’s license or identification card, or Montana Tribal card. After proving their residence, a patient must provide the state with a signed physician statement for a debilitating condition and the medical provider’s name and address. If the government denies a patient’s application, Montana gives residents a second chance to apply.  All applications for annual renewal must be submitted within 30 days of the medical cannabis card expiration date. 

Caregivers in Montana

Like a patient, a caregiver must prove they are a Montana resident, supplying a valid driver’s license or state identification card with their current address.  Additionally, a caregiver must not have a felony conviction to legally assist a patient.  

Possession and Cultivation of Medical Marijuana in Montana

Montana updated its possession and cultivation laws in 2017, allowing a registered card holder to have 1 ounce of cannabis at a time. Additionally, patients who do not list a provider may cultivate up to four flowering plants and have 12 seedlings. If a cardholder does list a medical cannabis provider, they cannot cultivate their own cannabis. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to live in Montana to become a medical cannabis patient?

Yes. You need to be a resident in Montana and provide two forms of proof of residency, one of which must be a valid driver’s license or state identification card.

The first step is to meet with a Montana registered doctor who will recommend you for medical cannabis if you are approved, which Veriheal will set up for you.

Veriheal provides the Montana doctor for you. The most difficult part of the process has usually been trying to find a practitioner who is registered with the Montana medical cannabis program. Veriheal makes the process easier by allowing you to access Montana physicians who evaluate you via an online video chat consultation.

The medical evaluation usually takes 10-15 minutes.

If you are not approved, then the consultation is free. Veriheal’s network of highly qualified medical practitioners are willing to evaluate any patient to see if they qualify for medical cannabis. Veriheal has a very high approval rate, so if you are not approved you are refunded in full.

You must provide a copy of your Montana driver’s license, Montana state identification card, or Montana Tribal identification card.

No, you cannot. You can only get approved for medical cannabis in Montana by a physician who is registered with the statewide medical cannabis program. Veriheal can help you set up an appointment with a registered physician.

Yes. Montana now allows patients with chronic pain to register with the medical cannabis program.

The cost is $199 and that covers your consultation with a licensed Montana practitioner registered with the state and a certification for medical cannabis if you are approved. For $379, you and a friend or family member can both get your cards.

Montana has one of the most diverse medical marijuana programs, allowing all patients access to a variety of medical cannabis options. With a medical cannabis card, a patient can purchase dry flower, tinctures, oils, concentrates, topicals, and edibles

There are already tons of dispensaries all over the District. You can see a list of Montana dispensaries here.

Enter your information at the top of this page, and we can get you an appointment in no time!

Places to Visit in MT After Enjoying Your Medicine

Montana may have some of the most rugged territories in the northern U.S., offering locals and visitors endless outdoor activities to try. Skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating are available in the winter at Big Sky Resort, while climbing, hiking, and biking are enjoyed in the fall and spring at Glacier National Park. Made up of glaciers, lakes, towering waterfalls, and high mountain ranges, the national site has 700 miles of hiking trails to explore. For those who want a more enclosed nature experience, the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park is the best place to spend the day. With dispensaries statewide, taking a trip to the dispensary can quickly become a day to remember at any of these memorable places in Montana.

Glacier National Park

The triple-divide watershed with views of the Pacific, North Atlantic, and the Gulf of Mexico are among the most popular points of interest at Glacier National Park. Not to mention the 700 miles of hiking trails to be explored, or Going-to-the-Sun Road, one of the most magnificent North America mountain routes to travel. The park, popular with photographers and hikers, is the perfect place to bring the family for a day of fun and education at the Logan Visitor Center.

The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas

Native Tibetan trees and flowers deck out The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas, a tranquil Montana sanctuary dedicated to divine peace. Located in Jocko Valley in western Montana, the site has 1,000 Buddha casts around the Great Mother Yum Chenmo, who according to tradition is the embodiment of pure wisdom. The garden's visitors go there in search of an enlightening Eastern religion experience right here in the U.S.

Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

Montana’s Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park offers both an underground and aboveground experience. After exploring the underground caves, locals and visitors can hike aboveground and even stay the night on the park’s camping grounds. The state park offers seasonal events, making Christmas a particular time on site with the Winter Holiday Candlelight Tour. A notable visitor’s center and camp playground also add to the plethora of things to do at the park.

Data Last Updated 10/17/2020

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