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.
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
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.
The Dangerous Drugs Board is pleased to announce online payment options available in partnership with the Land Bank of the Philippines.
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Mixtures, reports should only be submitted through email: email@example.com. For those stakeholders who already submitted their reports to firstname.lastname@example.org, please resend your reports at email@example.com.
For other concerns, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
NYC reaffirms commitment under PADS
The National Youth Commission (NYC) reaffirmed its commitment to pursue the deliverables for the youth sector under the Philippine Anti-Illegal Drugs Strategy (PADS). A Memorandum of Agreement was...
DDB leads the discussion on UNJP work plans
The Dangerous Drugs Board, as the Co-Chair of the Technical Working Group on the Human Rights-Based Approach on Drugs, manifested key ways forward to ensure the smooth implementation of the...
DDB inaugurates Baeay Pagbag-o in Kalibo
Undersecretary Earl P. Saavedra of the Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) led the inauguration of the Baeay Pagbag-o in Kalibo Aklan, a community based drug treatment and rehabilitation facility, last...
DDB joins Color Fun Run in Basilan
Undersecretary-Executive Director Earl Saavedra (extreme right), awards two joiners of the color fun run in BasilanBasilan—The excitement fever lingers as the Dangerous Drugs Board showcased the joy...
DDB joins DILG’s BIDA Fun Run
Employees of the Dangerous Drugs Board joined the Department of Interior and Local Government’s (DILG) Buhay Ingatan, Droga’y Ayawan (BIDA) fun run held at the Mall of Asia Grounds, Pasay City on...
DDB and PDEA works hand-in-hand with European Parliament
Undersecretary-Executive Director Earl Saavedra and PDEA Director General Moro Virgilio Lazo met with Members of the European Parliament at the Department of Justice on Friday, February 24. The...
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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Status of employment: Employed
Educational attainment: Highschool Level
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Dangerous Drugs Board Report 2020
The government’s approach to address the country’s drug abuse problem is a balanced and holistic one. Current initiatives are focused on community-based approaches in preventive education and treatment and rehabilitation. See here the efforts of the Dangerous Drugs Board, its partner agencies and organizations in fighting the drug menace.
Philippine Anti-Illegal Drugs Strategy
Secretary CATALINO S. CUY
Chairman, Dangerous Drugs Board
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