The Alaska medical marijuana program does not make specific provisions for patients who lose their Alaska-issued medical marijuana cards.
The Alaska medical marijuana program does not make specific provisions for reporting a lost or stolen medical marijuana card.
If you lose your MMJ card or have had it stolen or damaged, contact the medical marijuana registry in the Bureau of Vital Statistics at (907) 465-5423 on how to proceed.
It is not clear whether Alaska issues replacement cards for lost medical marijuana cards. However, the initial fee for an Alaska MMJ card is $25. The price for a timely renewal is $20, while patients who renew their medical marijuana cards after their expiration dates will pay $25 for renewals.
Since the state makes no specific provisions for replacing medical marijuana cards, it is not certain how long it will take to get a replacement MMJ card.