You can obtain a replacement medical marijuana card under the Hawaii medical cannabis registry program. In Hawaii, medical cannabis patients may apply for a replacement 329 or medical marijuana card if their current cards are stolen, lost, or damaged. A new 329 Card will also be required if a registered patient intends to add, change, or remove a medical cannabis grow site or change their name or caregiver’s name.
While state law does not specify whether patients are required to report card lost 329 cards, Hawaii Revised Statutes 329-123 (b) require medical marijuana patients to report changes in the current information on their 329 or medical marijuana cards (such as a change of name or caregiver) to the Hawaii Department of Health within 10 days.
To obtain a replacement 329 Card, complete the 329 Change Form Packet and include the required application fee and a clear copy of your ID. If you are a minor or an adult lacking legal capacity, the form must be signed by the appropriate parent, guardian, or legal custodian, not the patient. Mail your completed and signed application packet and fee payment to:
The Medical Cannabis Registry Program 4348 Waialae Avenue, #648 Honolulu, HI 96816
Alternatively, if you have an online account on the Hawaii medical marijuana system:
Note that replacement cards have the same expiration dates as the original cards they replace but are assigned new 329 numbers. For more information on obtaining a replacement medical marijuana card, see the change form packet checklist on the Hawaii Department of Health website.
It costs $16.50 to obtain a replacement medical marijuana or 329 Card in Hawaii. The fee may be paid by cashier's check or money order made payable to the Hawaii Department of Health.
You should receive a replacement 329 Card within 2-3 weeks of the Department of Health receiving your completed application and the required fee.