B & B Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Renewal Process?
Qualifying patients’ registrations will be valid up to one year from the date of the physician written certification. This means that if your doctor certified you on October 1, 2020, your registration (and your caregiver’s registration) will expire on October 1, 2021, even if you did not complete your application until several weeks later.
The date of your card's expiration will be on the front of your card.
Before your card expires, the registration system (https://www.biznet.ct.gov/dcp-mmrp ) will allow you and your doctor to begin the renewal process. The earliest a patient can be recertified is 30 days before the expiration date of the current registration. In large part, the renewal process will be similar to the process that you went through for your original registration
Qualifying patient applications can take 30 business days to process. Upon approval of your application, a temporary certificate will be e-mail to you. This temporary certificate is valid for 60 days from the approval date of your application.
The temporary certificate will allow you to use your selected dispensary facility while your permanent Medical Marijuana Certificate is being mailed.
Temporary registrations must be printed out and kept in your possession at all time. You will not be able to purchase any medical marijuana product without it.
Who can I contact if I have more questions?
You can call B & B with any questions you may have in relation to medical marijuana. You don't even need to be a patient, even if you have a bunch of questions!
Another good resource is the CT.gov medical marijuana program. Copy and paste the following link in your browser to go directly to the medical marijuana page: www.ct.gov/dcp/mmp
Call (860) 713-6066 or
E-mail the CT Gov at firstname.lastname@example.org.