The Sanctuary Wellness Institute

The Sanctuary Wellness Institute

Hartford, Connecticut
Doctor
Closedopens 10:00am
Medical
In-store purchases only
Doctor
Closedopens 10:00am
Medical
In-store purchases only

Introduction

By Appointment Only. Please call to schedule

By Appointment Only. Please call to schedule

About Us

Medical Marijuana Doctor Hartford, CT | Telemedicine

 

The Sanctuary Wellness Institute is an advocate for medical marijuana patients. We help patients navigate the entire process of obtaining a card.

 

Simply call us to arrange to meet with our certified doctor. Our doctor will evaluate your condition and is authorized to issue your card. No prior evaluation is required.

 

The doctors that we work with at The Sanctuary are licensed from the State of Connecticut to legally certify patients for medical marijuana. No prior doctors consultation is necessary.

 

How It Works

 

Step One

Call the Sanctuary to schedule a visit with a Certified Doctor

Our friendly helpful staff will book your appointment and explain in detail the simple steps to obtaining a medical marijuana card in Connecticut.

 

Step Two

Meet with the doctor via phone or computer. The appointment takes about 15 minutes.

The doctor will initiate the application and registration process with the state and notify the DCP that you are approved for the program. The state will then send you an email with additional instructions.

 

Step Three

Complete registration on the State's website

Check your inbox for an email from the DCP. You will need to upload your photo ID and proof of residency (a utility bill or mortgage or rent statement) and pay the state's fee of $100 to complete the process. Your temporary Medical Marijuana Card arrives via email

 

Your certification is valid for one year. You will need to renew it annually by having another consultation with the doctor. The Sanctuary will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you setup a renewal consultation.

 

About Medical Marijuana in Connecticut

In June 2012 the Connecticut General Assembly signed Chapter 420f, Section 21a-408, An Act Concerning the Palliative Use of Marijuana, into law. This legalized the sale, possession and use of medical cannabis. The Connecticut Medical Marijuana Registration Program (MMRP) is run by the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) To obtain a medical marijuana card and obtain medical cannabis from dispensaries the patient must be a Connecticut resident. A doctor must verify the patient’s medical condition in order to acquire certification.

Medical Marijuana Doctor Hartford, CT | Telemedicine

 

The Sanctuary Wellness Institute is an advocate for medical marijuana patients. We help patients navigate the entire process of obtaining a card.

 

Simply call us to arrange to meet with our certified doctor. Our doctor will evaluate your condition and is authorized to issue your card. No prior evaluation is required.

 

The doctors that we work with at The Sanctuary are licensed from the State of Connecticut to legally certify patients for medical marijuana. No prior doctors consultation is necessary.

 

How It Works

 

Step One

Call the Sanctuary to schedule a visit with a Certified Doctor

Our friendly helpful staff will book your appointment and explain in detail the simple steps to obtaining a medical marijuana card in Connecticut.

 

Step Two

Meet with the doctor via phone or computer. The appointment takes about 15 minutes.

The doctor will initiate the application and registration process with the state and notify the DCP that you are approved for the program. The state will then send you an email with additional instructions.

 

Step Three

Complete registration on the State's website

Check your inbox for an email from the DCP. You will need to upload your photo ID and proof of residency (a utility bill or mortgage or rent statement) and pay the state's fee of $100 to complete the process. Your temporary Medical Marijuana Card arrives via email

 

Your certification is valid for one year. You will need to renew it annually by having another consultation with the doctor. The Sanctuary will get in touch with you when your certification is approaching its expiration to help you setup a renewal consultation.

 

About Medical Marijuana in Connecticut

In June 2012 the Connecticut General Assembly signed Chapter 420f, Section 21a-408, An Act Concerning the Palliative Use of Marijuana, into law. This legalized the sale, possession and use of medical cannabis. The Connecticut Medical Marijuana Registration Program (MMRP) is run by the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) To obtain a medical marijuana card and obtain medical cannabis from dispensaries the patient must be a Connecticut resident. A doctor must verify the patient’s medical condition in order to acquire certification.

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