List of Conditions
AIDS Related Illness Adrenal Cortical Cancer Alcohol Abuse Alcoholism Amphetamine Dependence Amyloidosis Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis Ankylosis Anorexia Anxiety Disorder Arthrtis, Degenerative Arthritis, Post Tramatic Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthropathy, Degenerative Asthma, Unspecified Autoimmune Disease Back Sprain Bell’s Palsy Bipolar Disorder Brain Malignant Tumor Bulimia Cachexia Cancer, site unspecified Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Cerebellar Ataxia Cerebral Palsy Cervical Disc Disease Charcot-Marie-Tooth Chemotherapy Convales Chronic Fatique Syndrome Cluster Headaches Cocaine Dependence Colitis Colitis, Ulcerative Colon, Diverticulitis Conjuctivtis Crohn’s Disease Cystic Fibrosis Dentofacial Anomaly Pain Dermatomyositis Diabetic Gastroparesis Drusen of Optic Nerve Dumping Syndrome,Post Surgical Dysthymic Disorder Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Endometriosis Eosinophilia-Myalgia Syndrom Epididymitis Epilepsy(ies) Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder Felty’s Syndrome Fibromyalgia/Fibrositis Friedreich’s Ataxia Glaucoma Grand Mal Seizures HIV/AIDS Hepatitis Hemiparesis/Plegia Henoch-Schoelein Purpur Huntingtons’s Diseases Hypertension Insomnia Intractable Pain Irritable Bowel Syndrome IVDD Cerv w Myelopathy Jacksonian Epilepsy Knee, Ankle & Foot Injury L-S.Disk dis Sciatic N irrit Jacksonian Epilepsy Limbic Rage Syndrome Lower Back Pain Lumbosacral Back Disease Lupus Lyme Disease Lympho & Reticular ca
Macular Degeneration Major Depression, Recurrent Mastocytosis Melorheostosis Muscular Dystrophies Myeloid Leukemia Myofacial Pain Syndrome Nail Patella Syndrome Nausea Nephritis/Nephropathy Neurasthenia Neuropathy Nonpsychotic Org Brain Disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Opiate Dependence Optic Neuritis Org. Mental Disorder Osteogenesis Imperfecta Other CNS Demyelinating Other Spinal Cord Disease Pain, Ureter Pain, Vaginal Pancreastitis Panic Disorder Paralysis, Unspecified Pancreatitis Panic Disorder Paralysis, Unspecified Paraplegia(s) Parkinsons’s Disease Patellar Chondromalacia Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Peptic Ulcer/Dyspepsia Peripheral Enthesopathies Persistent Insomnia Peutz Hehgers Syndrome Polyarteritis Nodosa Porphyria Post Cardio Syndrome Post Polio Syndrome PostTramautic Syndrome Post W.E. Enephalitis Prostatitis Premenstrual Syndrom Psoriasis Psoriatic Arthritis Quadriplegia(s) Radiation Therapy Raynaud’s Disease Reflex Sympath Dystrophy Regional Enteritis Crohns Reiters Syndrome Restless Legs Syndrome Scleroderma Scoliosis Sedative Dependence Seizure Disorder Severe Premenstrual Syndrome Shingles (Herpes Zoster) Shoulder Injury Unspec Spinal Bifida Occulta Spinal Stenosis Spinal Damage Sturge-Weber Ey Syndrome T.M.J. Syndrome Tension Headache Testicular Cancer Viral B Hepatitis, chronic Viral C Hepatitis,chronic Vomiting Whiplash
All applicants must be federally licensed under the Medical Marijuana Access Regulations (MMAR/ATP) or the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulations (MMPR) in order to attain membership. However, in the case that a registered and practicing physician (MD, GP, NP, DC, DNP, DPT) signs off on a letter of diagnosis for a patient stating that they may benefit from medical marihuana; they may use that document to apply for membership as well. **Please make sure that all your correct contact information is included in your original application.** Once we’ve received you’re application we will then contact your physician’s office to verify the document. This process can take anywhere between 1-2 weeks. After your application has been verified our administrator will contact you to book you for your membership orientation.
Federal Licence: MMAR/ATP Program or MMPR Program
If you were a part of the old MMAR/ATP program and have been grandfather in by the injunction in the courts in order to apply for membership you must fax or e-mail a PDF of the following:
Authorization to Possess (ATP) (must have been valid on March 21, 2014)
Government issued photo ID (driver’s license, health card, passport, etc).
In the case that your ATP has expired before March 21st, 2014 but your PPL/DPL was still valid on September 20, 2013 you will need to get additional documentation respecting authorized possession regulations signed by your physician. The document must be in compliance with regulations 53 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act to ensure you’re covered by the injunction. Please refer to a PDF of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act here.
53. Continuity of Possession (1) In any proceeding under
this Act or the regulations, continuity of possession of any
exhibit tendered as evidence deadline. To those patients,
John Conroy posted that in that proceeding may be proved
by the testimony of, or the affidavit or solemn declaration of,
the person claiming to have had it in their possession.
If you are a part of the new program you may apply for membership by sending scanned PDF’s of the following:
A Copy of your licensed producer card (front/back)
A government issued photo ID (driver’s license, health card, passport, etc).
Registration document from your LP stating when your registration with them expires.
**We are a dispensary, not an LP and therefore do not fill prescriptions.
Letter of Diagnosis:
If you have been diagnosed with any of the illness’ listed in the Common Diagnoses section you can speak with your Ontario practicing physician about joining our CALM family. What you’ll need from them is:
A letter stating your diagnoses
The letter must be signed by a practicing physician, any of these titles are fine:
Please make sure your physician keeps a copy of the letter in your medical chart at their office once they’ve faxed us a copy to (416) 367-4679.