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The following guidance represents RARC's understanding of current state and federal controlled substance regulations. Please note that this guidance is provided as reference only! Registrants are responsible for knowing and understanding their obligations under state and federal laws.

State and federal regulatory information
Visit the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Office of Diversion Control website or contact DEA directly for information regarding federal regulations:
Registration Help: (414) 336-7370; Regulatory Help: (608) 210-4334
DEA.Registration.Help@usdoj.gov

View federal regulations:

Visit the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (WI DSPS), Controlled Substance Board (CSB) website for information regarding state regulations.
(608) 266-2112; DSPSCredControlledSubstances@wi.gov

View state regulations:

Find a list of substances and which schedule they fall under on the Office of Diversion Control website.

Controlled substances and RARC
RARC cannot sell or distribute controlled substances for your research.

Registration and security
In Wisconsin, researchers working with controlled substances must obtain their own:
1. State Controlled Substance Special Use Authorization, and
2. Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration.
A separate registration is required for each physical building where controlled substances are administered or stored. Controlled substances and associated records CANNOT be moved from your DEA registered address.

Find registration instructions and security information here.

See RARC's Controlled Substance Tips or contact RARC for more information.

Recordkeeping requirements
DSPS and DEA have set separate recordkeeping and inventory requirements for researchers. Required records are summarized here.

Use RARC's DEA Inventory Report and Controlled Substance Administration Log to capture information required for inventory and administration records.

Note:
1. Controlled substance records must be maintained separately from all other records.
2. DEA Form 222 requires special security.

See RARC's Controlled Substance Tips for more information.

Ordering
Once you have obtained proper registration, you must set up your own account with a vendor for ordering.
NOTE: Schedule I and II substances require DEA Form 222 for ordering. See RARC's Controlled Substance Tips for more information.

Commonly Used Controlled-Substance Vendors

Disposal
See instructions for proper destruction under Expired Materials.

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