How can I reach Oregon Health Authority regarding my license?
OHA receives phone calls M-F 12:00 – 4:00 971-673-1234. They also have a comprehensive website
How long does it take to get my card, after my appointment with Green Earth Medicine?
OHA keeps an updated schedule on their website to let you know what week of paperwork they are processing. Typically, you should receive a letter from OHA letting you know that your paperwork has been received within 2 business weeks and your card should follow within the month.
When can I renew my OMMP card?
Cardholders must renew registration every year. If the OMMP does not receive your complete renewal application by the current registration expiration date, your registration card will no longer be valid and you will no longer be protected from civil and criminal penalties.
Do not renew too early. The earliest you can renew is 90 days before your current registration expires. Your Attending Physician’s Statement must be signed within that 90 day period, otherwise, it will not be valid.
What if my card has expired?
If you have let your medical card lapse, you can simply apply for a new card. Schedule an appointment with us and we can walk you through the process.
What if I just moved to Oregon and want to get an OMMP card?
Oregon requires that you show proof of residency to receive your OMMP card. Proof can be shown through an Oregon driver’s license or ID, a copy of an Oregon lease or mortgage with your name clearly stated or a Utility Bill with your name clearly stated.
If you are in the process of moving to Oregon but do not yet have proof of residency, your paperwork is valid for 90 days before it must be received by OMMP.
Why should I get my OMMP card?
Your OMMP card is designed to protect your legal medical rights and privacy. You are also tax exempt for cannabis purchases.
How much marijuana can I have in my possession with an OMMP card?
*Oregon will periodically change these numbers so please stay informed about your rights. OHA keeps an updated website with the most current information available.
● 24 ounces of dried usable medical marijuana (dried leaves and flowers of the cannabis plant and any mixture or preparation.) Seeds, stalks, and roots of the plant do not count toward the 24 ounces of dried usable marijuana.
● Six mature medical marijuana plants (plants with flowers, 12 inches in height or 12 inches in diameter)
● 18 medical marijuana seedlings (plants with no flowers, less than 12 inches in height and less than 12 inches in diameter)
● Patients, caregivers, and growers, combined, may possess up to 24 ounces, 6 mature plants, and 18 seedlings.
I am a minor and would like to get my OMMP card.
Green Earth Medicine chooses not to sign OMMP paperwork for minors at this time.
Do I have to tell the OMMP if I change my mailing address, add or remove a caregiver, grower, or change my grow site address?
Yes. To change any information regarding your OMMP card, please fill out the Change of Information Request Form. You do not need to come see us but the State will require a fee for any changes made to your account.