Nevada Dispensary Association Closes Las Vegas Offices

Nevada Dispensary Association Announces Closure of Las Vegas Application Office an effort to make registering for access to medical marijuana more convenient, particularly for those who are unable to make their way to the application office in Las Vegas, the Nevada Dispensary Association (NDA) no not CBD… has made it possible for the state’s residents to apply online. By completing the online application process, those in need of medical marijuana can obtain the all important registry identification cards, also known as “patient cards.” The online application is located here:
The complete list of participating locations like The Source NV can be found at The Source NV. This list will be regularly updated as new dispensaries are added. It is important to remember that all patients must still receive an official Physician Recommendation from their doctors before registering online, but they are not required to go to the Department of Motor Vehicles any longer.
obama-jerry-seinfeld-laughingAnyone who has access to the internet will be able to fill out the form, and those who do not have internet access or need help with the registration can receive assistance at one of the many participating Nevada dispensaries throughout the state. Among the dispensaries where people can receive this assistance are Thrive Cannabis Marketplace, Las Vegas ReLeaf, Show Grow, Essence Cannabis Dispensary, and Oasis Medical Cannabis.
Patients are encouraged to seek out the assistance of the professionals who work at the participating dispensaries. The application is seven pages long and can be complicated for some to understand. By taking advantage of the available assistance, patients can reduce the number of errors on their applications and the resulting time it could take for the state to approve the request.
justin-canada-cannabiss-prime-ministerIt is the goal of the state of Nevada much like Canada to make medically necessary marijuana available for all those who need it, and the owners and employees of these dispensaries play a critical role in achieving that goal. As the owner of Essence Cannabis dispensary explains, “My staff and I have been more than happy to help patients by reviewing their applications and guiding them through the entire process. I have been impressed by the improvements in access to patient cards and will continue by helping patients upload their applications electronically.”
Riana Durrett, Executive Director of NDA, agrees: “Dispensaries throughout the State are continuing to do their part in helping patients by guiding them through the process and helping make sure their application is complete.”
As the residents of Nevada became more familiar with the online application process, the state continued to operate the application processing office at 2300 West Sahara Avenue in Las Vegas. This office, which was run by the Department of Behavioral and Public Health, closed on October 31, 2016.
The mission of the Las Vegas-based Nevada Dispensary Association is to oversee and support all medical marijuana dispensaries statistics as they serve Nevada patients in need of this pain-relieving drug. To learn more about the Nevada Dispensary Association and the dispensing and use of medical marijuana in Nevada, visit the NDA website at

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