You can get a replacement medical cannabis registry card from the Mississippi Department of Health if you lose your current card. Also, if the current medical marijuana card was destroyed or stolen, you qualify to obtain a new card if you are still eligible to use medical cannabis in the state.
Yes. Mississippi medical cannabis registry cardholders who lose their medical cannabis cards must notify the Mississippi Department of Health within 10 days of becoming aware of the loss. If a patient is unable to notify the Department of Health due to their age (minor) or medical condition, the patient's designated caregiver must notify the MDOH on their behalf.
To get a replacement card in Mississippi, you can place a request via your account on the Mississippi Medical Marijuana Control Program Licensing Portal. For more information on obtaining a replacement medical marijuana card in Mississippi, contact the state's medical cannabis program by emailing MCRegistration@msdh.ms.gov or calling (601) 206-1540.
According to SB 2095, a replacement medical marijuana card costs $25.
The Mississippi Department of Health issues a replacement medical marijuana card within 10 days of receiving a new card request and the $25 replacement card fee.