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Becoming A Caregiver in Massachusetts

  1. Adult Patients who benefit from assistance (i.e., nonverbal, do not make their own medical decisions)  

Does a caregiver have to be a patient?  

No  

How many patients can one caregiver serve?  

A registered caregiver can only have one patient, and a patient can have up to two caregivers.   

For more information, visit: https://masscannabiscontrol.com/patients-caregivers/new-caregivers/register-as-a-new-caregiver/  

  1. Adult Patients who are homebound   
  1. Adult Patients who benefit from assistance (i.e., nonverbal, do not make their own medical decisions)  

Does a caregiver have to be a patient?  

No  

How many patients can one caregiver serve?  

A registered caregiver can only have one patient, and a patient can have up to two caregivers.   

For more information, visit: https://masscannabiscontrol.com/patients-caregivers/new-caregivers/register-as-a-new-caregiver/  

Caregivers are individuals that may legally serve patients who are unable to obtain medical marijuana products without assistance. Caregivers are not the practitioner who certified the patient. The caregiver will register on the individual’s behalf and visit the dispensary for them.  

Who can serve as a caregiver?  

 A personal caregiver must be 21 years of age or older and cannot have been convicted of a drug crime. You’ll need a government-issued ID to register as a caregiver.  

Who can have a caregiver?  

Any patient can designate a caregiver if they so choose. All minors are required to have a caregiver. Examples of people who could benefit from a caregiver would be:  

  1. Minors  
  1. Adult Patients who are homebound   
  1. Adult Patients who benefit from assistance (i.e., nonverbal, do not make their own medical decisions)  

Does a caregiver have to be a patient?  

No  

How many patients can one caregiver serve?  

A registered caregiver can only have one patient, and a patient can have up to two caregivers.   

For more information, visit: https://masscannabiscontrol.com/patients-caregivers/new-caregivers/register-as-a-new-caregiver/  

What is a caregiver?  

Caregivers are individuals that may legally serve patients who are unable to obtain medical marijuana products without assistance. Caregivers are not the practitioner who certified the patient. The caregiver will register on the individual’s behalf and visit the dispensary for them.  

Who can serve as a caregiver?  

 A personal caregiver must be 21 years of age or older and cannot have been convicted of a drug crime. You’ll need a government-issued ID to register as a caregiver.  

Who can have a caregiver?  

Any patient can designate a caregiver if they so choose. All minors are required to have a caregiver. Examples of people who could benefit from a caregiver would be:  

  1. Minors  
  1. Adult Patients who are homebound   
  1. Adult Patients who benefit from assistance (i.e., nonverbal, do not make their own medical decisions)  

Does a caregiver have to be a patient?  

No  

How many patients can one caregiver serve?  

A registered caregiver can only have one patient, and a patient can have up to two caregivers.   

For more information, visit: https://masscannabiscontrol.com/patients-caregivers/new-caregivers/register-as-a-new-caregiver/  

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