Yes. Per Section 34-20G-46 of the South Dakota Codified laws, medical marijuana cardholders may request replacement cards from the South Dakota Department of Health (DOH). Most request replacement cards after losing or damaging their original MMJ cards. Others seek replacements to change personal information, such as names and addresses, on their cards.
Yes. South Dakota law requires medical marijuana patients to notify the DOH within 10 days of losing their cards. Patients must log in to their online profile using the South Dakota Medical Cannabis Program Portal to report lost or stolen cards.
South Dakota medical cannabis cardholders can request replacement cards from their account profiles on the Medical Cannabis Program Portal. They must provide all required information before submitting their requests.
Contact the South Dakota DOH at (605) 773-3361 for information on the cost of replacing lost or stolen medical marijuana cards.
Typically, the DOH processes medical cannabis card requests within 3-4 weeks. Cardholders who apply for medical marijuana card replacements should receive their registry identification cards by mail within this period once approved.