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Oregon Psilocybin Services – Administrative Rules

Background on the Rulemaking Process

Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) section is required to adopt administrative rules to administer ORS chapter 475A, the Oregon Psilocybin Services Act. The rulemaking process is informed by recommendations from the Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board (OPAB), input from Rules Advisory Committees (RACs), and comments received during public comment periods. You can read current OPS administrative rules here: Oregon Administrative Rules 333-333

In January 2024, OPS Guidance on Administrative Rules was published to provide guidance to training programs, licensees, and license applicants on how to comply with OPS administrative rules. 

Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) expects to open administrative rules during the fall of each year. Please see additional information below on rulemaking. 

2024 Rules Advisory Committees (RACs)

Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) will convene three Rules Advisory Committees (RACs) this summer to discuss (1) Implementation of SB 303, (2) Training Programs and Facilitators, and (3) Additional Rules Related to Psilocybin Services and Licensed Premises. In addition to providing recommendations on proposed rule language, RACs evaluate the fiscal and racial impact of proposed rules. 

RACs are an important part of the rulemaking process. RACs are comprised of individuals who have subject matter expertise, lived experience and who are likely to be affected by the proposed rules. The RAC process is designed to include a diversity of opinions and viewpoints. 

August 2024 RAC Meetings 

Past Rulemaking