How to Apply
Application Checklist
Qualifying Medical Conditions
Frequently Asked Questions - Patient
License Data
Rejected/Denied applications
License Data

Who are We?

The Patient Services Team serves as the front line of the Missouri Medical Marijuana Program, answering phone and email inquiries, as well as processing patient and caregiver applications. The Patient Services Team uses their expertise to assist applicants through the application process to create a streamlined, patient-centric customer experience for the qualified medical marijuana patients throughout the state of Missouri.

Contact Us
1-866-219-0165 | Monday-Friday | 8:30am-3:30pm |

Additional Resources

Only the department has the authority to approve applications and issue licenses to qualified patients through the official electronic registry portal.  Any other business or entity charging fees and providing a document for what they claim to be an official license for the purchase or possession of marijuana do not have the authority to do so.


  • NEW Digital Card Barcodes: As of March 26, barcodes have been added to the back of patient and caregiver digital cards. Licensed patients and caregivers can at any time print an updated version of their digital card directly from the registration portal. The addition of barcodes will provide an extra layer of security and may be used at licensed dispensaries for entry and purchasing.

  • Stay up to date with the Medical Marijuana Program through the Patient Services weekly newsletter. Sign-up here.

  • Only a parent or guardian who holds a primary caregiver identification card may obtain a cultivation license for a qualifying patient under the age of 18 unless the qualifying patient under the age of 18 is emancipated.

  • DHSS would like to remind the public that any physician certification they receive for medical marijuana must be no more than thirty days old at the time an individual applies for a patient identification card.

  • Each qualifying patient may only have one cultivation license, either held by the qualifying patient or held by their designated primary caregiver.