Are you a caregiver interested in helping a patient get safe access to cannabis in Maryland?
Click here to learn more about the “caregiver” role according to the Maryland law
Caregiver = A person who has agreed to assist with a qualifying patient’s medical use of cannabis
- A. is a resident of the State;
- B. is at least 21 years old;
- C. is an immediate family member, a spouse, or a domestic partner of the patient;
- D. has not been convicted of a crime of violence as defined in § 14-101 of this article;
- E. has not been convicted of a violation of a State or federal controlled dangerous substances law;
- F. has not been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude;
- G. has been designated as caregiver by the patient in writing that has been placed in the patient’s medical record prior to arrest;
- H. is the only individual designated by the patient to serve as caregiver; and
- I. is not serving as a caregiver for any other patient.
If you are a caregiver and want to help your loved one get medical cannabis, please contact us. We understand that this is a new medical option for many patients and can help you explain how this alternative medicine is both safe and effective.