THE DPH MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT ID CARD IS VOLUNTARY
The Application process for the DPH ID Card is now offered ON-LINE.
Patients have the option to apply in-person at their County Department of Public Health Office. An appointment is required.
THE APPLICATION PROCESS
A completed application package will consist of the following:
1. A copy of Application/Renewal (CDPH-9042) (3 pages)
2. A copy of Acknowledgment Form (2 pages)
3. A copy of Physician Attestation
5. Proof of Los Angeles County Residency
(Copy of current rent agreement or mortgage, DMV registration, or recent
utility/phone bill within 1-2 months. P.O. Box address is NOT acceptable)
6. Proof of Identity
(A clear color copy of valid California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) driver
license, identification (ID) card or other valid government-issued photo ID card)
7. Copy of Medi-Cal or Los Angeles County or No Cost/Low cost Health Care
Program card (Call Medical Marijuana Staff find out if you’re eligible)
8. A clear color Photo taken within a month: Passport-Style photograph (No Selfie
Photo, ad must be take on an off-white background)
9. Application Fee (Non-refundable)
Acceptable form of payments is Money order or Cashier’s Check (NO Personal
Check, Cash, or Debit/Credit Card)
Make payable to “County of Los Angeles”.
All the documents and application will not be returned.
Complete and signed application, along with the required documents and fee are submitted to the County Department of Public Health where the Patient resides.
Attention: Medical Marijuana ID Card Program.
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DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH APPLICATION FEE FOR ID CARD
MCC checks all forms and required documents are correctly completed (ensures Application is complete and in order)
Photocopies the complete Application Documents
Mails Photocopied Application Documents to the DPH
Give Original Application documents to the Patient
The MCC Application Services fee is $45
(an additional $10 if mailed “Priority Mail” to the DPH
The Application needs to be submitted to the County Dept of Public Health where the Patient resides. Some Counties accept the ID Card Application by mail and some require the Application to be submitted in person by the patient or primary caregiver.
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If you would like assistance with the DPH ID Card Application, please CONTACT US.