Yes. New Jersey medical marijuana laws permit replacing lost, destroyed, or stolen medical marijuana cards.
Yes. Once a medical cannabis cardholder becomes aware of their New Jersey registry identification card's loss, destruction, or theft, they must report it to the state's Medical Cannabis Program (MCP). You can submit such a report by calling the MMP at (609) 292-0424 or by sending an email within 24 hours after discovering the loss, theft, or destruction.
The standard cost of replacing a New Jersey medical cannabis card is $10. However, cardholders who are eligible for reduced fees pay only $5. Payment is made online through the New Jersey Medicinal Cannabis Program Portal while applying for the issuance of a replacement registry identification card.
After approval by the Medicinal Cannabis Program, it takes between 7 and 10 business days for a replacement New Jersey registry identification card to arrive in the cardholder's mail.