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Health Professionals' Services Program - Administered by DHS, Addictions and Mental Health Division
History and Background
In accordance with 2009 House Bill 2345, the Board of Pharmacy Pharmacist Recovery Network (PRN) has been discontinued. A new program, the Health Professionals Services Program (HPSP), has been established by Department of Human Services, Addictions and Mental Health Division (AMH) to serve all health regulatory boards.   
The HPSP is a statewide, confidential monitoring program for health professional licensees who are unable to practice with professional skill and safety due to a substance use disorder, a mental health disorder, or both types of disorders. The program also helps professionals achieve their health and safety goals in order to remain productive members of their professions. The HPSP will provide compliance monitoring and reporting services for licensees.
Although any health professional regulatory board may participate in the new program, at this time, only Board of Dentistry, Board of Nursing, Board of Pharmacy, and Oregon Medical Board have opted to participate.
Administrative Rules:
Department of Human Services Administrative Rules - OAR 415-065   
Oregon Board of Pharmacy Administrative Rules – OAR 855-011

Reliant Behavioral Health was selected by AMH to establish and manage the HPSP.
Licensees who wish to refer themselves to the program should contact:
Licensees who are referred to the program by the Board of Pharmacy are given all necessary information.
For general information about the HPSP: https://www.oregon.gov/OHA/amh/Pages/health-professionals.aspx

Contact Dr. John McIlveen at 503-945-6602 or john.w.mcilveen@state.or.us​

Board Probationers
Licensees who do not fit the criteria for HPSP, but are ordered probation as a term of their discipline, or who have been released early from the HPSP with time remaining on their probation, are placed on Board Probation.

Board Probationer Forms and Resources
General Oregon Board of Pharmacy Probation Requirements
Probation Quarterly Self Assessment Report
Compliance Employer Verification Form
Licensees may print additional copies of their Board Order through the Licensee Lookup tool on the Oregon Board of Pharmacy website.  Search either by your name or license number.  The search results will include a link to print a pdf copy of your order. 
Questions regarding the terms of your probation should be directed to Kim Oster or phone (971) 673-0001.