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Oregon Psilocybin Services - Final Orders


Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) must follow the Administrative Procedures Act when taking action to deny, suspend or revoke a license. Following a compliance investigation, if there is sufficient evidence to prove a violation of statute or rule, the licensee will be issued a notice of a proposed administrative action that proposes some disciplinary licensing action and/or civil penalty. Administrative sanctions depend on the severity of violation and may include restriction of a license, civil penalties, or suspension or revocation of a license. OPS may also propose to deny license applications following a review of the application if there is sufficient evidence to prove that the application should be denied. A licensee or applicant has an opportunity to request a hearing to contest the proposed penalty or license denial. If requested, the hearing is conducted by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). After the hearing, the ALJ issues their proposed order and then OHA issues a final order. If a hearing is not requested, OHA will issue a default final order. 

Final Orders

This data includes all final orders issued by Oregon Psilocybin Services. The table below includes all license applicants denied licensure and all licensees found to be in violation of statute or rule. This information is updated as new final orders are issued.

License Denials

Administrative Violations