Yes. The New Hampshire Therapeutic Cannabis Program (TCP) permits medical marijuana cardholders to request replacement cannabis cards. Besides the need to change/update personal information on their cards, people often seek to replace their medical marijuana cards when they are lost, damaged, or stolen.
Yes. New Hampshire medical marijuana cardholders must report the loss of their cards to the Therapeutic Cannabis Program (TCP) within 10 days. Any name or address change must also be reported to the TCP within 10 days of such a change. They can file these reports with the Program by calling (603) 271-9333.
To request a replacement for a lost, stolen, or destroyed New Hampshire Registry ID Card:
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Therapeutic Cannabis Program 29 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 03303
To get a replacement New Hampshire Registry ID Card due to name or address change:
It costs $10 to replace a lost, stolen, or destroyed New Hampshire medical cannabis card. This fee is payable by check or money order made out to the Treasurer - State of New Hampshire. Registry ID Cardholders requesting replacement medical marijuana cards in the state due to name or address changes are not required to pay any fee.
After submitting a New Hampshire medical cannabis card replacement request for a lost, destroyed, or stolen card, the TCP will issue a new Registry ID Card within 5 days. It may take up to 20 days if the reason for seeking replacement is due to name or address change.