The Medical Marijuana Program is a program of the State of California that was established following the passage of SB 420 that requires counties to administer a voluntary card registration program that identifies medical marijuana patients.
If you have a chronic illness or medical issue that allows you to use medical marijuana for treatment, you may be eligible for a Medical Marijuana Identification Card.
How Do I Get A Card?
In order to apply for the Medical Marijuana Identification Card, you must provide written documentation from a licensed physician verifying that medical marijuana is needed to treat your medical condition, proof of residency, a government-issued photo identification, and a non-refundable fee payment (cash only):
- $100 for each medical marijuana identification card
- $50 for Medi-Cal beneficiaries
For questions regarding regulations, cultivation, and compliance, please visit the City of San Jose Division of Cannabis Regulations website.
For the Federal Government's guidance regarding marijuana enforcement, see the U.S. Department of Justice website.