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Licensing Portal

If this is your first time applying for an OMMA patient or business license, you can go straight to the Patient or Business pages to get started on your license application.

If you are RENEWING a patient or business license, you must correctly log in to our new licensing portal for the first time to ensure your new online account is linked to your current license. Read more below.

Licensing Portal Profile Setup Instructions

OMMA launched a new licensing portal, Thentia, in January 2022. If you had an OMMA license at that time and are applying for renewal now, you can migrate your licensing data to the new site using a link in an email from OMMA you should have received the week of Jan. 24, 2022. 

If you don't have the link, here are instructions to set up a profile in the new portal.

Often works best with the Google Chrome browser.

  1. Click this link to the Thentia licensing software portal.
  2. Select "Access portal."
  3. Select "Sign up now" at the bottom of the section.
  4. Enter in the email address.
  5. Click "Send verification code."
  6. Go to email inbox to retrieve the code.
  7. Enter in the code on the sign-in page.
  8. Click "Verify Code."
  9. Upon confirmation that your email has been verified, create password and confirm password.
  10. Enter in first name (given) and last name (surname). You can enter NA if not applicable.
  11. Click "Create."
  12. Click "Access portal" again and login with new credentials.
  13. Select "Patient Portal."
  14. You will need to create a profile unless you have one listed below. If you already have a profile, you can click "Select."
  15. Select "Apply for new license" to start application.

If you have any issues or need help please call (405) 522-6662.

New Features

We're excited to provide licensees with a more user-friendly system. This new software should also help prevent application delays. More about Thentia:

  • The portal is more user-friendly. You can find information more quickly in the new system.
  • Licensees can update the contact information for themselves or their business: name, phone number, email address and address.
  • Wait times are reduced thanks to the design of both the applicant and regulator portals.
  • Once a commercial license has been approved, the business can print their own license certificate.
  • The transporter agent licenses associated with a commercial license will no longer deactivate automatically once the renewal application has been submitted.


Links to the new portal are on our website. We also have a link to the new portal on the OMMA homepage at, or you can use the buttons and navigation menu options for patients, businesses and more and find it there.

All licensees should have received at least one email from us about the new portal during the week of Jan. 24. Look for a message from or Use the link in that email to set up your account in Thentia, which will have all of your licensing information from the previous portal.

Please only log into the new portal for the first time using the email from OMMA to be sure your licensing data transfers correctly. Creating a new account and asking to merge it with the old account will create processing delays.

Information provided in previously submitted applications will be included in the large data migration. You should be able to view all the information that was in Complia (the old system) when you log into Thentia (the new one).

Once the renewal or new application has been approved, commercial licensees are able to print their own license certificate. OMMA will continue to mail licenses to patients and caregivers.

Our state laws require patients to use OMMA-printed licenses to legally buy and possess medical marijuana products. In the long term, we’re working toward a digital license that could possibly be available to patients as soon as a license is approved.

Yes, you can add more than one profile in Thentia, but the application name must match the profile name.

Many of the agencies OMMA works closely with also use Thentia. Switching to Thentia will make information sharing between OMMA and the other agencies more efficient. Thentia also offers a more user-friendly interface and provides more customization within the application portals to help reduce license processing times.

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Last Modified on Feb 27, 2023
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