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Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP)


  • Registered medical marijuana dispensaries​ may now sell limited amounts of recreational marijuana to adults age 21 and older. OMMP cardholders can still receive medical marijuana from dispensaries. Bring your OMMP card and picture ID as usual. 
  • Marijuana Business Survey
    Here is your chance to help us understand who needs to be licensed, wants to be licensed, and what licensing fees will be. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) and Oregon Department of Revenue are working together to carry out the recent marijuana legislation. We would appreciate one survey response from each business that hopes to be licensed by either OLCC or OHA.
  • Frequently asked questions about the new residency requirement for growers.
  • Oregon Health Plan enrollment information (pdf).

Waiting for Cards?

We are currently reviewing applications received between:

August 11, 2015 through August 14, 2015*

If your application was received by the OMMP during the above time period:

  • Cards will be mailed within 7-10 business days for complete applications.
  • If your application is incomplete you will receive a letter outlining what is needed to complete your application.

What We Do

The 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 Oregon voters in November 1998.

OMMP phone hours are currently 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

The OMMP does not oversee the Oregon Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program

For information on the dispensary program, please visit

Answers to common questions about application status, fees, confidentiality, physicians, growsites, etc.
Learn how to apply for a Medical Marijuana card and download application forms and instructions (in English and Spanish).
OMMP forms
Information for current OMMP participants, including change requests and renewal information.
Information for physicians related to the OMMP, including qualifying medical conditions and educational materials for patients.
Learn about OMMP's basic fees and reduced fee options.
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.