Yes, you can replace your Colorado medical marijuana card. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment allows applicants to obtain replacement MMJ cards. A medical marijuana card may need replacing if it is damaged or lost.
There are no specific rules requiring medical marijuana patients to report lost or stolen cards to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
To get a replacement Colorado medical marijuana card, select "print card" on your account on the Colorado medical marijuana application system. Patients without access to the Internet may complete the Replacement Card Request form and attach a copy of their Colorado ID for mail submission to:
CDPHE HSV-8630 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, CO 80246
Note that a patient who is under the age of 18, and submitting their card replacement request by mail, must also include a copy of the Colorado IDs of their primary parent, legal guardian, or legal representative.
There is no officially reported fee for obtaining a replacement medical marijuana card in Colorado.
Obtaining a replacement card is instant if you print from your account on the Colorado medical marijuana application system. However, if you submit a request to the CDPHE by mail, obtaining a replacement card may take up to 6 weeks.