Obtaining your medical marijuana certification can seem like a daunting task. Most people don’t even realize that they actually DO qualify for the program. The steps required to become a qualifying prop 203 medical marijuana patient aren’t that tough when you have Parrish The Stress Wellness Center  helping you every step of the way! We are here to educate so you are able to legally and NATURALLY medicate! 

To qualify for the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program under prop 203, you must have one of the following conditions:

- Agitation of Alzheimer’s Disease
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Cancer
- Crohn’s Disease
- Epilepsy
- Glaucoma
- Hepatitis C
- Cachexia or Wasting Syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Severe Nausea
- Severe and Chronic Pain
- Seizures
- Severe and Persistent Muscle Spasms


Step 1 – Schedule Your Appointment

Our physician must review your medical history for at least the last 12 months. Bringing these records to your appointment will allow our physician an opportunity to review your medical history to determine if you qualify for the program.

To schedule an appointment or if you need assistance with obtaining your medical records, please feel free to call (480) 844-1812or email info@azmarijuanadoc.com.

Step 2 – The Appointment

During your appointment, your physician will discuss your condition, perform a basic physical exam and give his/her professional recommendations. If you meet the criteria under prop 203, at this time you will receive all the documentation needed for your medical marijuana application to be submitted to the Arizona Department of Health.

 Step 3 – Submit your Application to the State of AZ

Here is where it can become tricky. After obtaining a reccomendation from a physician, you must submit your application to the state of Arizona for final approval. You must include with your application a clear photo of your doctor’s reccomendation, your AZ state ID, signed attestation form all in proper size and file type. We offer to submit your application with all proper paperwork for a small fee.

 Please bring with you to your appointment:

1. Arizona driver’s license or state issued photo ID
2. Available medical records