You can request a replacement Connecticut medical marijuana card under the state's medical marijuana program if you lose your current card. Besides losing a medical marijuana card, a replacement card may be required if the current card is damaged or stolen.
In Connecticut, requesting a replacement medical marijuana card is considered a report of a lost or stolen MMJ card.
To get a replacement Connecticut medical marijuana card, complete the Report of Lost, Stolen, or Damaged Registration Certificate form. On the form, you must report whether the card was lost, stolen, or damaged and include a brief statement describing what happened to the old card. Submit the completed registration form and application fee to:
Department of Consumer Protection Attention Medical Marijuana Program 450 Columbus Boulevard Suite 901 Hartford, CT 06103-1840
For more information on obtaining a replacement MMJ card, contact the Department of Consumer Protection by calling (860) 713-6066 or emailing email@example.com.
It costs $35 to obtain a replacement medical marijuana card in Connecticut. The fee can be paid by a money order, personal check, or cashier check made payable to "Treasurer, State of CT".
Replacement card applications are typically processed by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection within 5 business days of receiving the applications.