Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Flint, MI

Flint Clinic Info

Our clinic specializes in medical marijuana recommendations for patients in Flint, Michigan. To get your card, please complete the online application.

Monday: 6:30p - 9p

  • $25 deposit for appointment



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How much does it cost?

$210

Clinic Fee - $150*

MMMP Fee - $60

*average. Clinic fees vary slightly.

How long does it take?

The process timeline can vary from patient to patient. The sooner you can complete and submit the required forms and other paperwork, the sooner the physician can be seen to complete the patient certification.

Approval or denial of applications will be within fifteen days upon receipt of completed paperwork. Registry cards shall be issued within five days upon approval.

How do I qualify?

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See What Our Patients in Flint Are Saying

I got my medical marijuana card in 2013 with another clinic that charged $300 to meet with the doctor. I have self medicated with marijuana for the better part of three decades and really just needed to renew my card. GreenWay Michigans website made it easy to connect to a new doctor, they were able to schedule me an appointment after work in Beecher and I was able to renew my card within a week.

Robert Long
Epilepsy
Swartz Creek, MI

Before I got in the car accident, I never used any sort of pain management medicine. I was proud that I could handle on my own. After the wreck, I got addicted to opiates, I felt like they were making me sick and stealing away my life. The best part about using medical marijuana is that it has allowed me to sleep deeply; before I could hardly get more than two hours of rest at a time and that made me irritable and cranky. Even spending time with my family which was the the center of my life and greatest joy became difficult, I would snap at my daughter or granddaughter and then feel awful about it. This made me want to spend more time alone, which again made me feel even worse. I’m so thankful that my son-in-law convinced me to look into trying medical marijuana, it reduced my withdrawals from the opiates when I quit and allows me manage my pain at a level I can tolerate.

Ross Muncy
Chronic Pain
Flint, MI

Getting a medical marijuana card was easier than I could have imagined, I already had my medical records after surgery on my spine in 2013 and I lived in Beecher about seven minutes away from the clinic. When I started the process I knew that I qualified but I didn’t know how to find a doctor that would certify me. After finding GreenWay Michigan on Google, I spoke with a representative who brought me up to speed with the process and scheduled me for an appointment on my day off. When I went to meet with the doctor he was friendly and attentive, he listened to me about my past history and even new the surgeon that performed my surgery. Because I was concerned about smoking, the doctor recommended that I look into edible products and tinctures; I was relieved. I started slow with small dosages and after about a week had my pain better under control than ever before. Medical marijuana really is as good as everyone says it is, I am glad I decided to get my card.

Kristine Naylor
Chronic Back Pain
Flint, MI

I have used marijuana since age 17. I have self-medicated for a number of conditions and after trying many prescription medications, marijuana seems to be the only thing that has worked. Over the years, the types of marijuana I’ve had access to has been sporadic; sometimes what I acquired worked and other times it didn’t do anything except get me high. I was hesitant at first to register with the state because I didn’t know what to expect but I have kids and I didn’t want to go to jail. Since I got my medical marijuana card, I’ve been able to choose medicine by doing research online and finding different types of marijuana with the properties required to treat my conditions. I’m glad that I registered with the Michigan medical marijuana program because I have a consistent source of quality medication that I grow for myself.

James Avery
PTSD
New Lothrop, MI

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