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  • Anna Fox
    Google | Jul 05, 2022

    Very very helpful. I really appreciate the help that I got

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    Google | Jul 05, 2022

    Fast, friendly, easy and efficient!

  • Bryan Tatum
    Google | Jul 03, 2022

    Very confusing a little bit but thank you for the help. I couldn't done it without you. And thank you for the instructions.

  • Judy Sepulvida
    Google | Jul 02, 2022

    Easy and compassionate, that is what I like. No fuss no muss. Dr. Miller was professional and quick. Thank you

  • Curtis Mays
    Google | Jun 30, 2022

    Well worth the money. They were very helpful

  • Brandon Jones
    Google | Jun 30, 2022

    Good Company. Great to work with.

  • Patricia Hughes
    Google | Jun 27, 2022

    I am so very pleased at how kind, patient and knowledgeable the people at Elevate are. They cover everything, and for a Senior, that is most helpful. I have already shared my experience with friends and family. This is THE place to get help. I can’t recommend it highly enough. Thank you, I really appreciate you.

  • Matthew Richardson
    Google | Jun 24, 2022

    I've used Elevate for all of my MMJ documentation, including initial application, renewals, and updates to my card. Every time, without fail, Elevate has come through for me. Most recently I paid for the full service upgrade, and they had my application done, submitted, and approved in ONE day. Couldn't be more satisfied.

  • Laurie Lebben
    Google | Jun 24, 2022

    They were very kind and helpful...they didn't stop until everything was taken care of! I highly recommend them.

  • Melissa Pena
    Google | Jun 23, 2022

    Everyone at Elevate are so helpful and Courteous. It doesn’t matter how many times you ask a question they’re always there to help. I always you the full service when dealing with the state. Takes all the worry away from me and they handle it beautifully and.

  • Angela Newmaster
    Google | Jun 23, 2022

    When I first got my medical card it was a breeze! Elevate Holistics was absolutely wonderful. Now I just finished the process of renewing the medical card and it was so much easier than I thought! I even screwed something up and they helped me take care of it! It was so easy and not time consuming at all! I'm so appreciative of everything they do in this process and I always tell people who ask me to go through them because it's just so convenient! Thank you so much for helping me out!

  • Gary Weaver
    Google | Jun 21, 2022

    Cannot emphasize the ease of my renewal, made possible by Elevate Holistics

  • Chris
    Google | Jun 19, 2022

    Very quick and easy process! Definitely recommend!

  • Brendan Brousseau
    Google | Jun 18, 2022

    Booked an appointment at 2pm Thursday afternoon and Elevate Holistics sent me a text at 9pm Saturday night letting me know my application is ready for payment and to be sent to the state, wow. Overall a wonderful experience! Coming from a recreationally legal state to a medically legal state I honestly expected the worst (proof of prescription medications, years of health history, etc); Elevate Holistics made everything an incredibly smooth process with none of the above mentioned we're needed - just honest, chronic issues that benefit from cannabis products!

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    Google | Jun 17, 2022

    Elevate Hollistics is awesome! They work fast, efficient and always take care of the customer. I am totally satisfied with their service.

  • Janet Bryson
    Google | Jun 16, 2022

    Very quick and helpful

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Booking your appointment to get your medical marijuana card has never been easier. Just pull up our calendar by clicking Book Now, selecting your state, and then choosing the day and time that works best for you. We can even file your application with the state by selecting the full-service add-on. Everything can be done from home and using a smartphone.

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Our secure site allows you to safely file your personal information with 256-bit encryption, versioning, and audit tracking. Once you’ve booked and paid for your appointment, you’ll be prompted to log into your dashboard to complete your intake and health form. After those are filled out, all you have to do is log in to speak with a doctor at your appointment time. We also offer discounts for veterans, medicare, and will submit state paperwork if you like.

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Using HIPAA-compliant telemedicine software, you’ll have a personal consultation with a licensed physician. Once that is complete you’ll either have us submit your paperwork or download your physician form and submit that to the state to complete the application process. With a team of professionals available to help you through the process, you’ll quickly see why Elevate Holistics is the obvious choice for going through Missouri’s medical marijuana licensing system.

    New Hampshire

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New Hampshire residents, like many U.S. citizens, are seeking more information about medical marijuana and recreational marijuana legalization in the state. Because this is a state-level issue, the laws will be different across the board. As an educated consumer, it will be up to you to learn all about the laws for New Hampshire medical marijuana and how to follow those laws accordingly.

In the guide below, we’ll cover everything from the legalities of medical marijuana in NH to how to quality, the costs, and whether New Hampshire recognizes other states’ MMJ certifications and cards. 

Medical Marijuana Card New Hampshire

New Hampshire marijuana laws have been in effect since 2016. Originally passed into law in 2013, HB 573 was the original bill that brought medical marijuana to the state. Of course, like all medical laws and mandates, certain legalities must be followed. 

Essentially, the NH marijuana laws allow qualifying patients to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes. The law outlines exactly how much cannabis a person can possess with a medical card. It also establishes the qualifying conditions and the locations at which patients may purchase medical marijuana, often known simply as dispensaries. 

Let’s look at the law a little closer. 

Is Marijuana Legal in New Hampshire?

The state of New Hampshire enacted an MMJ law in 2013. Since 2016, patients have been able to purchase cannabis for medical use from what the state has dubbed “alternative treatment centers,” or ATCs. The law also has provisions for caregivers and other legal elements. According to NH law, it is permissible for a qualifying patient to possess up to two ounces of cannabis for personal medical use. 

Qualifying patients must register with the Department of Health in order to receive their license. In addition, there is a provision that allows for up to two (2) caregivers for each qualifying patient. This could be a parent or legal guardian of a minor child, or another caregiver chosen by the patient. 

Bear in mind that if you’re found in possession of marijuana and you do not have a proper medical card, this is a crime and you will be held accountable at the state and federal levels.

New Hampshire has a larger list of qualifying conditions than some states, and there is room for a provider to petition for new conditions, so that gives hope to residents of New Hampshire who are hoping to get a medical weed card. 

Recreational Marijuana in New Hampshire

As of 2022, one of many of the dozens of marijuana reform bills actually made it to the House and Senate, offering a new light on the use of legal weed within New Hampshire. According to the bill, anyone age 21 or older can possess up to ¾ of an ounce of marijuana and possess as many as six plants in total. It’s one of the most basic, yet progressive, laws being discussed today. 

The recreational issue has not yet been resolved. Legislation was introduced to remove the criminal factor and provide people with the means to purchase and possess marijuana. Including the detailing of state-run dispensaries, as well as where they will operate and how they will conduct business. There have been a lot of attempts to legalize marijuana for recreational use in NH, but it continues to be a fight that will take some time. 

For now, patients can use medical marijuana if they are able to prove a qualifying condition. It’s hopeful that within the next few years, recreational marijuana will also be legal in New Hampshire. 

How to Get a Medical Card in New Hampshire

The process of obtaining a medical card in the state is fairly simple. First, patients must be a resident of the state and they must be diagnosed by a medical provider as having one of the listed qualifying conditions. Then, the applicant can apply for the Therapeutic Cannabis Program and be issued a registry ID card. 

Unlike some states, New Hampshire does not have a list of “certified” medical providers. As long as the Written Certification form from the Department of Health and Human Services is filled out by a medical provider and a qualifying condition is listed, a resident can be approved for a medical marijuana card. 

New Hampshire also allows “border-state” providers to write recommendations for medical marijuana for NH residents. However, these providers must prove to be primarily responsible for your medical care related to the qualifying condition. For example, if you see a podiatrist in Vermont but you want medical marijuana for your PTSD, you’ll have to find another doctor. However, if your primary care provider is in Maine or Massachusetts because these regions are so close together, you could get certified with them and be issued a New Hampshire medical marijuanas card. The border state rule applies to Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. 

Qualifying Conditions for Medical Card in NH

In New Hampshire, there are certain qualifying conditions for which you can obtain a medical marijuana card. As mentioned, any medical doctor can certify the condition, but it must be approved by the state. At the time of this writing, the approved medical marijuana conditions in NH include:

Bear in mind that these conditions must be severe in nature or terminal. Symptoms such as persistent muscle spasms, severe nausea or pain, cachexia (wasting), or symptoms that have not responded to other treatment must be present in order to be approved for medical marijuana based on these conditions. Anyone with questions can talk to their medical provider for more information. 

Cost of Medical Marijuana Card in New Hampshire

Those who wish to apply for a medical marijuana card in New Hampshire will have to pay a registration fee in addition to the cost of the medical appointment to be diagnosed with a qualifying condition. Currently, the cost of medical marijuana card in New Hampshire is just $50, which is much lower than in many other states. 

The $50 fee must also be paid at the time of renewal, as there is no difference between a renewal and the initial application process. In addition, the Department of Health will issue replacement cards for those who have lost theirs, for a small fee of just $10. Since you have to have your card to buy marijuana in the state, this could be helpful in the event your card gets lost or misplaced.  

New Hampshire Dispensaries

There are dispensaries throughout the state that have been approved for operation by the government. These are known as Alternative Treatment Centers. In the state of New Hampshire, medical marijuana cardholders are required to select an ATC at the time of their application to the registry. There are three companies to choose from, with a total of seven locations throughout the state. 

Patients are welcome to change their preferred ATC at any time by submitting a request known as “Change of Information/Lost Card.” Unlike some states, you cannot just walk into any dispensary and purchase marijuana simply because you have a medical card.  

New Hampshire Medical Marijuana Reciprocity

This is one of the most progressive states when it comes to reciprocity. New Hampshire not only recognizes out-of-state patients, but the law allows them to bring their own cannabis into the state and use it during their stay. The only requirement is that people have documentation from their physician of a qualifying condition that meets the requirements of New Hampshire law, not just in their home state. 

Because of the way ATCs are set up, out-of-state patients generally cannot just buy weed in the state of New Hampshire without first applying for a card and choosing a dispensary during the application process. If you are visiting the state, it may be a good idea to just bring your own since you’re allowed, but make sure that you follow all of the laws and restrictions on public use, transportation, etc. 

Growing Marijuana in New Hampshire

Although several bills and laws have been introduced regarding the growth of marijuana for personal medical use in the state, they have been vetoed or otherwise swatted down just as quickly as they appear. Even as of 2022, there’s a measure going through the Senate right now that would allow an increase in the amount of cannabis that patients can possess, as well as language that allows for growing up to six plants for personal use. 

However, at the present time, it is only legal for those certified manufacturers within the state of New Hampshire to cultivate and distribute marijuana. And, they may only do so to qualifying dispensaries, also known as Alternative Treatment Centers, or ATCs. 

There is a lot to understand with the New Hampshire medical marijuana laws, but if you take the time to review the basics, you’ll be familiar with the process. The Department of Health is available to answer questions and help applicants and caregivers with anything that they need, as well. 

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We’re all on our own journey and we promise to respect yours.

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