The Indiana State Department of Health offers a Cannabidiol Registry program that permits a patient to possess low THC cannabinoid oil. Applications must be submitted in person or by mail to the Indiana State Department of Health.
Who can qualify?
To qualify for a medical marijuana card in Indiana you must be a resident of Indiana and 18 years of age or older, or have a parent or legal guardian complete the application. You must also be diagnosed with treatment resistant epilepsy by a board certified neurologist. The Department of Health defines “treatment resistant epilepsy” as any of the following:
- Dravet syndrome
- Lennox-Gastaut syndrome
- A form of epilepsy that did not respond to two different treatment options
How much does it cost?
$50 for applications, $25 for renewals. It is payable by check, certified check or money order made payable to ISDH Cannabidiol Registration, or by credit or debit card.
How do I apply?
To apply for an Indiana Cannabidiol Registration Card do the following:
- Visit with an Indiana-licensed neurologist and have them provide you with a Patient Evaluation Record Form. This document is included in the patient application form.
- Gather the required documents, including a copy of a valid photo ID and proof of residency.
- Pay the application fee
- Submit your completed application to the Department of Health
Visit our State Guide for more information on getting a Medical Marijuana Card in your State.You’ll find a list of qualifying medical conditions and steps to successfully submit an application.