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Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP)
Administers the registration program of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act

The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program is a state registry program within the Public Health Division, Oregon Health Authority. Our role is to administer the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act as approved by the voters of the state in November 1998. The program actively pursues administrative streamlining processes in an effort to better serve our patients while maintaining the highest level of confidentiality. Multiple states have requested information on Oregon's program to use as a model for their own medical marijuana initiatives and registration systems.

Questions and answers about Measure 91 and marijuana legalization

ACMM Meeting
The Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) was established with the passing of Senate Bill 1085 during the 2005 legislative session and became effective January 1, 2006.
OMMP forms
Download forms: OMMP application and instructions (in English and Espanol), attending physician's statement, change request, etc.
OMMP Handbook
A comprehensive overview of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program: a brief history of the program, an overview of the program limitations and registry system, and a brief overview of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act.
Answers to common questions about fees, forms, physicians, growsites, confidentiality, etc.
Basic Facts
Basic facts about the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, including legal protection, confidentiality, growing and possession
Legal Information
Find current rules, statutes, policies and guidance regarding the law. Includes related court decisions and a summary of the DOJ clarification and guidance to federal prosecutors in states that have authorized the medical use of marijuana.
OMMP Statistics
OMMP data as of January 1, 2015 - updated and posted on this website every quarter. Next update: April 1, 2015.
Yes, the OMMP protects your confidentiality.