Legalized statewide for medical/therapeutic uses only. Simple possession has been decriminalized statewide.
Publish Date: May 22, 2022
Overview: The Oregon Health Authority released rules governing products, testing and training programs for Oregon’s therapeutic psilocybin program, which begins next year.
Overview: Oregon became the first state to legalize the active ingredient in so-called magic mushrooms on an election night that saw more states ease restrictions on drugs across the country. Oregon’s Measure 109 will give legal access to psilocybin, the main active ingredient in “magic mushrooms,” for mental health treatment in supervised settings. Through Measure 110, Oregon decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of some hard drugs, including heroin and LSD. Instead of criminal prosecution, people in possession would face a $100 fine, which can be waived if the person agrees to pursue treatment, according to the measure.
Healing Advocacy Fund - Healing Advocacy Fund is working with experts, researchers and advocates to design Oregon’s psilocybin therapy program. Over the next two years, the Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board and the Oregon Health Authority will establish regulations on applications and licensing, psilocybin manufacturing and tracking, operations and therapy facilitation.
The Oregon Psilocybin Services Section will begin accepting applications for licensure on January 2, 2023. Until then, the Oregon Psilocybin Services Section is in a development period, working to build the nation's first regulatory framework for psilocybin services.
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