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Oregon Psilocybin Services - Laboratory License

Laboratory License Information

The Oregon Health Authority began accepting applications for psilocybin laboratory licenses on January 2, 2023. 

Laboratory license applicants must first be accredited by the Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ORELAP). This process begins by registering for a username in the ORELAP Data Input and Edit (ODIE) system. Once registered, the user can create an initial application for accreditation. The laboratory's application will be reviewed and invoiced. Once the invoice has been paid, ORELAP will arrange for an onsite assessment. Once accredited by ORELAP, laboratories can move forward with applying for a psilocybin laboratory license.

Learn More About a Laboratory License:

Apply Online

The Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS) – Training program, Licensing, and Compliance (TLC) system is a new online platform to apply for licenses and worker permits.

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For more information about how to prepare for the application process, please read the information on this page and refer to the application guide below:

Laboratory Application Guide for ONLINE APPLICATIONS

Additional forms for the online application process:

Apply By Mail

If you are unable to complete the application online using the TLC platform and application guide, you may print the paper application packet below. Please mail the paper copy of the application packet, along with the $500 non-refundable fee to the address listed at the end of the application packet. For more information, please see the MAILED application guide below.

Laboratory License Application Guide for MAILED APPLICATIONS

Application Packet for Mailed Applications:

Background Check Information

Learn more about background checks:
Overview of the Background Check Process

Social Equity Plan Information

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Site Inspection Information

Learn more about site inspections:
Inspection Orientation for Laboratory Applicants

Questions? Contact: