Licences for Psilocybin: Those who are striving to establish psilocybin services in Oregon are coming closer and closer to achieving their objective as the year draws to a close. Beginning on January 2, the Oregon Health Authority will begin accepting licence applications from service centres and facilitators around the state. This comes as a direct result of earlier this week’s adoption of the final rules necessary to put the Oregon Psilocybin Services Act into effect.
OHA Will Start Issuing Licences for Psilocybin Service Providers
According to Leslie Carlson, who serves as the communications director for Healing Advocacy Fund, “We went through a rigorous and very thoughtful, two-year period where advocates, policymakers, and health care experts sat down and thought about what the rules needed to be.” This process took place over the course of two years.
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Carlson stated that it is unlikely that patients would be able to obtain psilocybin treatment until much later in the year. This is despite the fact that applications for licences will be open. When such services are finally provided, Oregon will be the first state in the US to legalise the use of psilocybin for therapeutic purposes under the supervision of a medical professional.
Carlson has stated that “we are now going to demonstrate this to the nation, that it does work and that it can benefit persons suffering from mental health difficulties.” “We are now going to demonstrate this to the nation,”
However, its application will be limited in certain parts of the state. During the election in November, voters in a number of municipalities and counties made the decision to decline participation in the psilocybin programme.
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Marika Sturman stated that “Creswell has, as a whole, opted to not have it here in Creswell,” adding that this decision represents the people’s choice. “I have no problem with it, and I have no problem with permitting it in other areas of the state.”
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Carlson referred to this map as a useful indicator of the locations that will permit the use of psilocybin and the locations that will not.
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