Medical Marijuana Caregivers
Caregiver means a Florida resident who has agreed to assist with a qualified patient’s medical use of marijuana, has a caregiver identification card, and meets the following requirements:
- Not a qualified physician and employed by or have an economic interest in a medical marijuana treatment center or a marijuana testing laboratory.
- Be 21 years of age or older and a resident of this state.
- Agree in writing to assist with the qualified patient’s medical use of marijuana.
- Be registered in the medical marijuana use registry as a caregiver for no more than one qualified patient.
- Successfully complete a caregiver certification course developed and administered by the department or its designee, which must be renewed biennially. The price of the course may not exceed $100.
- Pass a background screening unless the patient is a close relative of the caregiver.