questions and answers

Q: Are you a licensed medical marijuana center?

A: All of our medical marijuana centers are licensed by the city of Denver. We have remained compliant with House Bill 1284 and have submitted our applications and begun the process of being licensed by the state of Colorado.

Q: Do your stores sell recreational cannabis?

A: As of right now, only one of our 6 locations is licensed to sell recreational cannabis to adults 21 years of age or older. That location is The Clinic Colorado located at 3888 E Mexico Ave, Denver, CO 80210. For more information about this location please click here.

Q: How do I obtain my medical marijuana card?

A: In order to be placed in the registry and to receive a registry identification card, an adult applicant must reside in Colorado and submit an application form supplied by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

The adult applicant must do all of the following in order to satisfy the application process:

  • Certification must be obtained from a physician licensed in Colorado verifying diagnosis of a debilitating condition which may be alleviated by the medical use of marijuana.
  • A completed application form with a physician certification form (or other documentation provided by the physician) and a non-refundable $35 application fee must be sent via certified mail with return receipt requested to:

Medical Marijuana Registry

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

HSVR-ADM2-A1 4300

Cherry Creek Drive South

Denver, Colorado 80246-1530

  • Payment by check or money order must be made payable to CDPHE. Do not send cash.
  • A return receipt is required by The Clinic to prove that the state has received your physician’s recommendation and application.

The registry will verify the licensure status of the physician and will contact the physician to verify the certification. Verifications will occur within 30 days of receipt of the application. The registry will mail the patient and his/her primary caregiver (if applicable) medical marijuana registry identification cards within 5 days after verification.


Under Colorado state law, patients with temporary paperwork can only purchase medical marijuana if they are 1) a new Colorado mmj registry patient, and 2) are within 35 days of the date on the stamped return receipt from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. Patients who are in the process of renewing their Colorado mmj registry license may not purchase medication with temporary paper under any circumstance.

In lieu of this law, we strongly recommend that you begin your renewal process 45 to 60 days prior to date that your current medical marijuana license expires, so you can avoid a lapse in your license and ability to receive medical marijuana at our dispensaries.

Q: Are there any membership fees associated with The Clinic Medical Marijuana Center?

A: No. There are no membership fees or dues.

Q: What are your hours of operation?

A: We are open seven days a week, 9am to 7pm with the exception of The Clinic On Jewell which is closed on Sundays.

Q: Do you provide a delivery service?

A: No, a delivery service is not currently provided.

Q: What kinds of medicine do you carry?

A: We carry medicines with a variety of delivery systems. Our inventory consists of unique strains of traditional marijuana for smoking and vaporizing, as well as edibles and tinctures for oral consumption. Our product line and selection is consistently changing to provide the latest popular varieties and exclusive strains that cannot be found at other dispensaries.

Q: What are the benefits of using a medical marijuana center?

A: If you are unable or unwilling to grow your own medicine, caregivers and dispensaries can assist you by providing a wide selection of medicine for patients. In addition, if you select The Clinic as your caregiver, you will receive a discount of 10% on all products purchased at our dispensary.

Q: Is there a limit to the amount of medicine I can buy at one time?

A: Yes. According to Colorado Amendment 20:

“A patient may engage in the medical use of marijuana, with no more marijuana than is medically necessary to address a debilitating medical condition. A patient’s medical use of marijuana, within the following limits, is lawful:

(I)No more than two ounces of a usable form of marijuana”