Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in Peabody, MA

Peabody Clinic Info

Our job is to help you obtain your Massachusetts medical marijuana card. Please complete the online application and visit our Peabody clinic.

  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Veterans Discount (10% with proof)
  • Wheelchair Accessible

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How much does it cost?


Clinic Fee - $195

MMMP Fee - $50

Reduced Rates

Waived with proof of hardship MassHealth SSI Income < 300% of poverty

MassHealth: $0 SSI: $0 Income < 300% of poverty: $0

How long does it take?

10 Days

After being registered in the online system, it will take about 10 days from your appointment.

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How do I qualify?

MMMP Says:
  • You have to be formally diagnosed with a qualifying condition by a medical professional
  • You must have corresponding medical records confirming your diagnosis

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See What Our Patients in Peabody Are Saying

My doctor had prescribed me Neurontin for my diabetic neuropathy, but I really didn’t like how it made me feel. Not only were there side effects but it didn’t help with the pain that much. One night, randomly at a party I tried it just to have fun but quickly realized that it helped with my pain. Not only did I feel really good mentally but my pain had diminished as well. The next day, I went online and applied for my medical marijuana card so that I could use it legally. This is a great website and was very helpful. Highly recommended!

Diabetic Neuropathy
Peabody, MA

After a long hard day’s work, there’s nothing better than using some cannabis to relieve the pain and help me get to sleep. Even though I am very tired after work, the constant pain from arthritis tends to keep me up at night. The first time I tried a cannabis capsule sleep aid I slept like a baby. I honestly didn’t know that any natural herb could work that well. I have tried other pain medication and sleeping pills, but this is worked the best for me. Now I’m trying to convince my conservative family that it is a great option for their needs as well. I’m thankful that the stigma is slowly going away, and people are becoming more educated.

Peabody, MA

Thank you so much. I must say that I was very impressed with your professionalism, and I loved the doctor. I am really looking forward to trying cannabis to treat my fibromyalgia pain and will keep you posted. I am so thankful that my state has passed these laws to allow access to it. It’s about time the country legalizes it already.

Salem, MA

My first migraine happened when I was 16, and I thought that I was going to lose my mind. Not only do I get the head pain and aura, but my right arm would go numb. Finally, my mother of all people recommended I look into medical marijuana. I spoke with the physician, and he thought that I would be a good candidate to use it. I really like that cannabis capsules and vaporizer pen because I don’t like to smoke anything. I also love that it is a natural form of medication that has very mild side effects. Thanks for all your help and assisting me through the process.

Lynn, MA

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