A comprehensive guide of resources dealing with Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania:
Overview of Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania
Watch this overview of the Medical Marijuana Program, which was signed into law on April 17, 2016 and is currently being implemented.
What is Medical Marijuana?
Dr. John Brady of Luzerne Pa describes the current politics of Medical Marijuana and what the future holds.
Medical Marijuana Patient Pre-Registry
Watch this instructional video from Lolly Bentch, patient liaison for the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana program, on how to register as a patient or caregiver.
List of Medical Marijuana Approved Doctors in Pennsylvania
This is a listing of physicians approved to certify patients to participate in Pennsylvania’s Medical Marijuana Program as of December 1, 2017. This list is updated periodically, but for the most current information, visit the Patient and Caregiver Registry and create a profile.
17 serious medical conditions defined in the Medical Marijuana Act.
Here is a list of medical conditions can will allow you to get a medical marijuana card.
Applying for Safe Harbor letter
The Pennsylvania Safe Harbor Letter is available to parents, legal guardians, caregivers and spouses of a minor under the age of 18 who suffers from one of the 17 serious medical conditions defined in the Medical Marijuana Act.
“The Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program” — SENATE BILL 3
On April 17, 2016, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed into law Senate Bill 3 which was approved by the Senate and the House. The patients who possess a signed recommendation from their physician stating that marijuana “may mitigate” their debilitating medical symptoms will have all state-level criminal penalties on the use, possession and cultivation of marijuana removed by this bill. The Pennsylvania Department of Health will set up the Medical Marijuana Program to deal with the administration of this bill.