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  • April is Alcohol Awareness Month


    Alcohol Awareness Month is dedicated to increasing public awareness and understanding, reducing stigma, and encouraging local communities to focus on alcoholism and alcohol-related issues.

    Sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), Alcohol Awareness Month encourages community organizations to host events that increase public awareness and educate people about the treatment and prevention of alcoholism.

    Get involved: Alcohol Awareness Month Resources


     

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  • OLCC Accepting Recreational Marijuana License Applications
    OLCC is now accepting applications for Recreational Marijuana Licenses. Prospective applicants are encouraged to use reference materials and tools available on this website to ensure their application is accurately submitted.

    Apply online here:
    https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense
Consumer Resources OLCC Spotlight
Recreational Marijuana in Oregon
Limited amounts of recreational marijuana can now be purchased through Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries by adults 21 and older.
Recreational Marijuana Rules (Division 25)
Recreational Marijuana Licensing
Recreational Marijuana Sales
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