Facts & Resources
- Prevention Idaho Foundation
- New Drug Trends
- Underage Drinking Prevention
- Prescription Drop-offs
- Medical Marijuana
- Underage Drinking Research
- Turning 18 in Idaho [pdf]
- House Bill 439 - Prescription Monitoring Program
- Senate Bill 1309- Pseudoephedrine Sales and Tracking
- House Bill 502- Uniformed Controlled Substances
- BeTheParents.org, a new site to help equip parents and those who care about youth with strategies and resources to eliminate underage drinking in our state.
- Prevention Idaho Foundation, our very own public-private partnership in coordination with Idaho Office of Drug Policy and the State Prevention Partnership.
- Medical Marijuana in Idaho, Learn the facts
The Board of Pharmacy operates and maintains a controlled substances prescription database.HB 439 extends the ability of the Board to provide Prescription Monitoring Program data to other state's licensing entities, practitioners, and pharmacists. Additionally, changes would allow pharmacists PMP access when providing pharmaceutical care services and would allow the Board to block or deny access in very limited and defined situations. Finally, this change allows the Board of Pharmacy to distribute unsolicited reports to pharmacists and practitioners. Effective: 7/1/12
This legislation adds to and amends Idaho Code, Title 37 Chapter 33, to revise provisions relating to maximum pseudoephedrine purchasing making it consistent with federal law and establishes electronic sales tracking for real time ability to stop illegal sales. This change will allow law enforcement access to records gathered for electronic sales tracking without having to travel from pharmacy to pharmacy. It will negate the need for pharmacies to keep a hand written log book to track sales unless they have no access to the internet. It provides pharmacies with a consistent online database only accessible by the pharmacy board, law enforcement and prosecutors. Many other states use the electronic tracking system so it will allow law enforcement to see if illegal sales across the border coincide with illegal sales in Idaho. Provides the Board of Pharmacy the authorization to promulgate and enforce rules.
Amends existing law to revise provisions relating to Schedule I, Schedule III, Schedule IV and Schedule V Controlled Substances. It adds 5-MeO-DMT, a powerful psychedelic to Schedule I. Additionally it updates Schedule I synthetic marijuana (Spice) to cover substitutions "to any extent" to any compound structurally derived from the six backbone structures of synthetic marijuana.