HAWAII MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD
Under Hawaii medical marijuana law, qualifying patients must register with and obtain a registration certificate (sometimes referred to as a medical marijuana card, cannabis card, or pot card) from the Narcotics Enforcement Division (NED), a division of Hawaii's Department of Safety. The fee is currently $25. The registration certificate is valid for one year, and qualifying patients must report changes in information within five business days.
HOW TO OBTAIN A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD IN HAWAII
- Have your physician request a written certification form from the Narcotics Enforcement Division of the Department of Public Safety by calling (808) 837-8470. Find a medical marijuana doctor in Hawaii here.
- Send the completed certification form along with a copy of your photo ID and a check for the registration fee ($25 for the patient plus $25 for the caregiver, if any) to:
Narcotics Enforcement Division (NED)
3375 Koapaka St., Suite D-100
Honolulu, HI 96819
HOW TO QUALIFY FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN HAWAII
- Must be a Hawaii Resident with a valid Hawaii I.D. as proof of residency. If you do not have a Hawaii I.D. an out of state I.D., passport, or other photo I.D. with proof of residency such as bank statement, utility bill, etc. is acceptable.
- Obtain legitimate medical records or documentation from your primary care physician describing their diagnosis. Learn how to request your medical records.
- Bring your medical records with you to your marijuana evaluation appointment and have your physician request and fill out a written certification form from the Narcotics Enforcement Division of the Department of Public Safety. Find a medical marijuana doctor in Hawaii here.
- Obtain a registration certificate aka medical marijuana card from the Narcotic Enforcement Division. Learn how.