You must receive a doctor’s recommendation for one of the qualifying conditions and apply for a card through the Department of Health and Human Services. Register and Apply through the State of Montana’s COMPLIA site (https://mt-public.mycomplia.com). Additionally, you can learn more and find all forms here: https://dphhs.mt.gov/marijuana/MMPForms.aspx
The cost is approximately $120.
Paperwork from your recommending physician
A current Montana Driver’s License or Identification Card
A passport-like photo
You can register with Complia or bring your paperwork and driver’s license into our location and we’ll do it all for you. The State’s application fee is currently $30 for new and renewal cards. Our provider information is as follows: Montana Cannabis 123 LLC, we have an MIPP license and our provider number is P-00527. Our address is 2797 US HWY 2 West, Kalispell, MT 59901.
Want info from the state? - https://dphhs.mt.gov/marijuana/cardholders/cardholderfaq
New Hope Medicine, 8 1st St E #104, Kalispell, MT 59901, (406) 393-2098
Western Path Healing, 43 Woodland Park Dr #11, Kalispell, MT 59901, (406) 616-3627
Yes, you must log in to COMPLIA (https://mt-public.mycomplia.com) to change providers. However, as of July 2020 you can purchase medicinal cannabis from any provider in the state.
Yes, we deliver across the Flathead Valley for a custom fee based on distance and time to your provided location. We charge a base price of $30 for delivery and refund the unused portion after fulfilling your order.
Step 1. Schedule an appointment with a physician who will recommend cannabis as a medical treatment for your condition. You can get a signed form from ANY physician but most patients choose to seek out a clinic that specializes in cannabis recommendations.
Step 2. Select a Montana Marijuana Provider on your cardholder application form which can be downloaded here --> https://dphhs.mt.gov/Portals/85/marijuana/MMPRegisteredCardholderApplication.pdf
Step 3. Send in your application, documents and payment to the DPHHS office in Helena.
Step 4. Wait for your card in the mail.
Your Montana MMJ card is valid for 12 months. We recommend beginning the renewal process 45 days before the expiry date. Depending on the provider, you could get lucky and find one that pre-screens you before you apply to ensure eligibility. Here are a few other things to note:
-The possession limit is one ounce of flower. You can also have eight grams of concentrate, or 800mg of THC in edibles, or 8ml worth of vape cartridges.
-Montana does not have a reciprocity program with any other state at present.
-Minors can apply by completing a different form. The minor’s parent or guardian must also register and receive approval as a Marijuana-Infused Products Provider (MIPP).
-Alternatively, this adult can name a provider on the minor’s behalf.If convicted of DUI during the period your MMJ card is valid, and your driver’s license is revoked, you must also surrender your card. You must complete the DUI revocation period before you can have your card reissued.
-Individuals under the supervision of the Department of Corrections (or a youth court if a minor) are not eligible to receive an MMJ card in Montana.