The Office of Compassionate Use is not taking applications for licenses at this time. This page will be updated as regulations for Amendment 2 take shape.
As of March 2017, all patients and legal representatives must obtain a Registry Identification Card to fill an order for low-THC cannabis, medical cannabis, or a cannabis delivery device at one of the state’s dispensing organizations.
For more information on How to Get a Medical Cannabis Card in Florida, click here.
There are seven dispensing organizations authorized to cultivate, process and dispense medical marijuana. Here are high level requirements for getting applying for a license in Florida:
Dispensing organizations may deliver medical marijuana products to patients through courier delivery. If you do not see your city here you can still fill your orders by placing an order for delivery with a dispensing organization. Please contact one of the seven dispensing organizations directly to fill an order for medical marijuana. The Office of Compassionate Use does not dispense medical marijuana.
Trulieve- 24761 US Highway 19 North 630- Clearwater, FL 33763
Modern Health Concepts- 19000 SW 192nd Street- Miami, FL 33187
Trulieve- 4020 Northwest 26th Street- Miami, FL 33142
Trulieve- 3119 North Davis Highway- Pensacola, FL 32503
Trulieve- 800 Capital Circle SE- Tallahassee, FL 32301
Surterra Therapeutics- 2558 E Fowler AVE, Tampa FL 33612
Trulieve- 8701 North Dale Mabry Highway- Tampa, FL 33614
Click here for a map of Dispensing Organizations
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Amendment 2, and the expanded qualifying medical conditions, became effective on January 3, 2017. Section 381.986 F.S. remains in effect and the Florida Department of Health, physicians, dispensing organizations, and patients remain bound by existing law and rule. For information about the rulemaking process, please click here.
In order to qualify to order low-THC cannabis or medical cannabis for patients, a physician must:
Physicians placing orders must meet the following legal requirements:
Florida’s Medical Cannabis Program is operated by the Florida Department of Health
For the latest cannabis-related legislative updates on Florida, check out our Cannabis Bill Tracker!
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