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Transfer of Regulatory Control Responsibilities from the Dangerous Drugs Board – Legal Affairs Division to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency – Compliance Service

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Joint Dangerous Drugs Board and Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Statement on the Use of Yellow Prescription Forms for Dangerous Drugs.

 

The DDB utilizes the Online Application for Certification and Exemption Information System (OACEIS) to process application for such certificates. The streamline procedure for application is in compliance with Republic Act 11032 or Ease of Doing Business and Efficient Government Service Delivery Act of 2018. 

 

APPLICANTS FOR CERTIFICATE OF EXEMPTION, PLEASE REFER TO THE ATTACHED LIST.

UPDATED LIST OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

 

DDB and PDEA Joint Statement on Unauthorized Use of Nitrous Oxide (N2O)

 

Nitrous Oxide (N2O), also called dinitrogen monoxide, laughing gas or nitrous is a chemical compound. It is termed oxide because oxygen is in combination with only one element. 

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Petitions for Voluntary and Compulsory Confinement Cases Pursuant to Sections 54 and 61 of Republic Act No. 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, As Amended.

 

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Online Payment

The Dangerous Drugs Board is pleased to announce online payment options available in partnership with the Land Bank of the Philippines.

Read more to learn how to pay online.

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Advisory for DDCPEC-MS

 

The DDCPEC-MS will be temporarily unavailable for the submission of semi-annual report (SAR) on January 2023 due to system enhancement. Full restoration of the system will be announced until further notice. Meanwhile, you may submit your SAR through this email: cs.sar@pdea.gov.ph.

For Mixtures, reports should only be submitted through email: lad@ddb.gov.ph. For those stakeholders who already submitted their reports to legaldivision.ddb@gmail.com, please resend your reports at lad@ddb.gov.ph.

For other concerns, you may email misd.helpdesk@ddb.gov.ph.

Mission, Vision
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The Dangerous Drugs Board is committed to stamping out the illicit supply of and demand for dangerous drugs and precursor chemicals, and to promote regional and international cooperation in drug abuse prevention and control.

DDB supports the DOH-USAID Health Projects

DDB supports the DOH-USAID Health Projects

The Dangerous Drugs Board joined the culmination and celebration of the successful partnership of the Department and Health and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in...

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Chairman's Corner

Secretary Catalino Salandanan Cuy is the Chairman of the Dangerous Drugs Board. He joined the Administration of President Rodrigo R. Duterte in July 2016 as the Undersecretary for Public Order and later on as the Officer-in-Charge of the Department of Interior and Local Government.

DDB Compliance with Sec. 91 (Transparency Seal) R.A. No. 10633 (General Appropriations Act FY 2014)

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Profile of Drug Abusers

For 2022, a total of seventy (70) treatment and rehabilitation facilities reporting to the Treatment and Rehabilitation Admission Information System (TRAIS). Of this, sixty-two (62) are residential and eight (8) are outpatient.

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Civil Status: Single

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Status of employment: Employed

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Educational attainment: Highschool Level

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Place of residency: Urban (NCR)

DAPC 2023: A Message from His Excellency, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr

The Dangerous Drugs Board is honored to present President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. ‘s message, enjoining everyone to actively support and participate in the activities of the 2023 Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week.

In his message, the President emphasized the crucial role of DDB in pursuing and sustaining the anti-drug campaign of the government, making this call to action especially relevant as the agency celebrates its 51st Anniversary this year.



Philippine Anti-Illegal Drugs Strategy

The Philippine Anti-Illegal Drugs Strategy (PADS) is a cohesive, comprehensive, and balanced strategy aligned with international and regional frameworks on drug prevention and control.

Board Members

The Dangerous Drugs Board is managed by a Board, a multi-disciplinary body composed of 17 members, three of whom are Permanent, 12 are Ex-Officio and two are Regular Members. The President of the Republic of the Philippines decides from among the three Permanent Members who will hold the position of Chairman with the rank of a Secretary.

Permanent Member

Secretary CATALINO S. CUY

Secretary CATALINO S. CUY

Chairman, Dangerous Drugs Board

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The Dangerous Drugs Board conducts Training of Trainers on Life Skills Enhancement on Drug Abuse Prevention Education among youth leaders and volunteers against substance abuse. The overarching objectives of the program include updating their skills, deepening their understanding of maintaining a drug-free lifestyle, and strengthening their resilience against life's challenges. From November 2022 to February 2024, DDB successfully conducted a total of 13 training sessions involving more than 600 core trainers from across the nation. These events were made possible with the collaborative efforts of our partners from various government agencies, local government units, youth leaders, and civic organizations. To request for capacity-building and advocacy programs, visit ddb.gov.ph/request-for-capacity-building-and-advocacy-programs-2/ #BagongPilipinas #DangerousDrugsBoard #drugfreecommunities ... See MoreSee Less
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In 2023, the Dangerous Drugs Board successfully organized the Campus Tour for Kids Against Drugs in Pasig City, which was joined by more than a thousand students from eight public elementary schools. Campus Tour for Kids Against Drugs is an early prevention education program for children ages seven to ten years old, designed to build awareness on the hazardous effects of drug abuse. Various activities such as puppetry, games, and simulations are utilized to instill the importance of “Saying No to Drugs”.To request for capacity building and advocacy programs of the DDB, you may visit: ddb.gov.ph/request-for-capacity-building-and-advocacy-programs-2/ #DangerousDrugsBoard #DrugFreeCommunities #BagongPilipinas ... See MoreSee Less
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As of December 31, 2023, the Philippines has a total of 96 DOH-Accredited Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Centers (DATRC) reporting to the Dangerous Drugs Board’s Treatment and Rehabilitation Admission Information System (TRAIS). The Dangerous Drugs Board remains steadfast in its commitment to addressing substance abuse disorder through the formulation of policies and implementation of programs that are holistic, balanced, and evidence-based. Furthermore, the DDB is dedicated to expanding access to rehabilitation services by proactively facilitating the construction of new Centers nationwide. Section 2 of the Republic Act 9165, also known as the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, declares the State's policy to provide effective mechanisms or measures for the reintegration of individuals who have fallen victim to drug abuse or dangerous drug dependence into society through sustainable programs of treatment and rehabilitation.#DangerousDrugsBoard #DrugFreeCommunities #BagongPilipinas ... See MoreSee Less
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As the lead agency in policy-making and strategy-formulation on drug abuse prevention and control, the Dangerous Drugs Board encourages its employees to exemplify the agency’s mission through maintaining a drug-free lifestyle. In line with this dedication, the DDB facilitated the Training of Trainers on Life Skills Enhancement on Drug Abuse Prevention and Education to its personnel to reinforce their capabilities in resisting drug abuse and update their existing knowledge on the intricacies of substance addiction, shaping their personal skills in delivering effective and efficient public service. Undersecretary Earl Saavedra, Executive Director of the Dangerous Drugs Board, personally oversaw the training ensuring that the agency workforce not only upholds the commitment to preventing drug abuse but also embodies the highest standards of professionalism.#DangerousDrugsBoard #DrugFreeCommunities #BagongPilipinas ... See MoreSee Less
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