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How do I obtain a medical cannabis card?
How do I find a physician to prescribe medical cannabis if my physician will not?
If you are interested in seeing a physician regarding cannabis, this website lists current recommending medical marijuana doctors:
When will I be able to purchase product?
We are open for business. Please visit us:
7501 Clymer Drive, Brandywine, MD 20613
When will you be opening?
We are open for business. Please visit us:
7501 Clymer Drive, Brandywine, MD 20613 
How do I apply for a position at Haven?
Inquiries for available positions can be sent through e-mail: info@findinghaven.com
What are your payment options?
Payment options: Cash (ATM on-site) or CanPay
For your convenience, download canpay before your visit. www.CanPayApp.com
What should I bring with me to my appointment?
  • Have your MMCC identification number readily available
  • Government-issued ID w/photo
How do I schedule an appointment and do you accept walk-ins?
We absolutely accept walk-ins! For those who prefer a specific appointment day and time, please call us at 240-650-0420 or e-mail at info@findinghaven.com
  • Maryland Residents:
  • Step 1: Register as a patient with MMCC
  • Adult Patients (18+ years of age):
  • To prepare for registration, please gather documents: Valid US government photo ID and proof of MD address. Register with Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) @ http://mmcc.maryland.gov/pages/patients
  • Minor Patients (Under 18 years of age):
  • Minor patients are required to have at least one caregiver assigned to their accounts at all times. Only parents or legal guardians 21 years of age and older are eligible to serve as caregivers for minor patient. ​
  • Caregivers must register with the Commission prior to registering the minor patient. Registering a minor patient requires additional forms, one of which must be notarized, so please review carefully the requirements and documents for registering a minor patient.
  • For additional information on caregivers, please visit the Caregivers page and review the Process Overview and Quick Reference Card documents for registering as a caregiver.
  • Step 2: Obtain a written certification from a provider registered with the Commission
  • Once registered, patients must obtain a written certification from a provider registered with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission.
  • Qualifying medical conditions include cachexia, anorexia, wasting syndrome, severe pain, severe nausea, seizures, severe or persistent muscle spasms, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder and chronic pain.
  • When you receive your MMCC-issued Patient ID Number, your provider can then issue the certification for medical cannabis through the Commission’s secure online application.
  • Step 3: Visit a licensed Maryland dispensary
  • After registering and obtaining a valid written certification from a registered provider, patients are able to visit licensed Maryland dispensaries to purchase medical cannabis.
  • Patients will be required to present their valid US government-issued photo ID (or MMCC ID card; please see Step 4 below for information about obtaining an ID card).
  • Step 4: Purchase ID Card (Fee: $50)
  • Registered patients are required to have a physical MMCC Card after April 1st 2019.