Medical Cannabis Doctors in the District of Columbia
Are you looking to get your medical marijuana prescription in the District of Columbia? The talented team of doctors that work with CalmEffect are here to help guide you through every single step of the process.
Keep reading to learn the CalmEffect difference and how to get your medical card in Washington DC.
With a growing roster of Doctors who can prescribe cannabis all over DC, Calm Effect is ready to help. Learn how you can get your medical card in the District of Columbia by filling out the form on this page.
Our 3- Step Doctor Process Works.
By following these steps, if your doctor recommends medical marijuana as a solution for your condition and unique symptoms, you'll be eligible for a Connecticut medical marijuana card with access to our growing roster of dispensaries across the entire state. Mail-order and walk ins are available.
District of Columbia Medical Marijuana Doctors: Our Service Areas
Our roster of Medical Cannabis Doctors are ready to serve you in these areas and more. Once connecting with a Doctor through Calm Effect, you will have access to our roster of medical marijuana dispensary locations:
Washington DC - Qualifying Conditions:
At this time, legislation and regulations allow for the recommendation of medical marijuana for the following :
Qualifying medical conditions: Any of the following:
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
- Conditions characterized by severe and persistent muscle spasms, such as multiple sclerosis
Qualifying medical treatments: Any of the following:
- Use of azidothymidine or protease inhibitors
Stay Updated with CalmEffect, Washington DC!
10/15/20 - Washington, D.C. Council members filed a new bill to encourage participation and ownership in the legal medical marijuana industry by formerly incarcerated people. "There is no reason why those who’ve paid their debt to society should be locked out of this industry any longer."
10/5/20 - Washington, D.C. regulators are making it easier to access medical cannabis during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic by expanding delivery services and extending patient and caregiver registrations, among other moves. Also, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration now controls the medical marijuana program instead of the Department of Health—which will make it easier to implement recreational legalization once Congress steps out of the way.
9/14/20 - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit overturned an intent to distribute conviction against a man busted by U.S. Park Police for having marijuana, scales and baggies—and it’s thanks to the legalization law D.C. voters approved.
8/13/20 - Washington, D.C. activists recently filed a new proposed ballot initiative to legalize marijuana sales in the city, but it's not clear how it would get around a congressional rider blocking such cannabis reforms in the nation’s capital. Also, Washington, D.C. schools officials released information about employee drug testing and medical cannabis use.
7/21/20 - Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) cheered the House Appropriations Committee's approval of spending legislation that doesn't interfere with Washington, D..C's right to set its own marijuana and drug policies.
5/19/20 - Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) Fiscal Year 2021 budget proposal seems to set the stage for legal marijuana sales just as soon as Congress allows it by transferring the city’s current medical cannabis program from the Health Department to the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration.