The Department of Health and Senior Services has completed its review of all medical marijuana facility applications. The results of this review are listed below. Applications designated as “Approved” have been offered a medical marijuana facility certification and have been given five days to confirm acceptance of that certification. Notifications of approval have been sent to the email addresses of the individual who created the user account in the Medical Marijuana Registry Portal, the individual listed in the application as the Primary Contact, and at least one other individual identified in the application. Applications designated as “Denied” have not been offered a certification. Denials are issued for several reasons, including failure to meet minimum qualification, the results of an analysis for substantial common control, the results of application scoring, or application withdrawal. Notifications of application denial have been sent to the individual who created the application in the Medical Marijuana Registry Portal.
The Department will be releasing copies of all facility application scoring sheets. Scoring sheets may be found at the link below and are posted by Facility ID number. Individuals interested in the scores for a particular application should refer to the “Key” document for the relevant facility type to determine that applicant’s Facility ID. Please note the Facility ID listed is not necessarily the same Facility ID created by the applicant. The score sheets reflect the scores before any adjustments were made per 19 CSR 30-95.025(4)(C)6-8. The scoring scales, weights, and conversion factors applied in these scoring sheets can all be found here: Facility License Application Questions and Scoring Criteria – (updated 05/31/19).
Facility Scoring Sheets:
While certain exceptions apply, and require certification from multiple physicians, state law says it is legal for all medical marijuana patients to possess:
The Department has awarded business licenses throughout the state. With regard to build-out and inspection process as well as time needed to grow and process flowering plants, we anticipate sales to begin in April 2020, at the earliest.
Step 1: You must visit a state-licensed physician (not a nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant) to obtain a physician certification.
Step 2: Apply for an identification card from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Step 3: Once your application is approved and you receive your identification card, purchase medical marijuana from a state-licensed dispensary.
No, only a Missouri licensed dispensary facility.
No, the medical marijuana program regulations will not cover CBD oil or hemp extract. Visit the Missouri Hemp Extract Registration Program for more information.
After you have a physician certification, you can apply with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Within 30 days of application, if your application is approved.
Someone who is:
The state fee for issuing. Approved payment methods are to-be-determined.
Yes, with the appropriate identification card and in an appropriately secured facility.
Email your inquiries to MedicalMarijuanaInfo@health.mo.gov.
This information provided by: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
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