The Dangerous Drugs Board would like to notify our clients and stakeholders that Regulatory Compliance Transactions and Treatment and Rehabilitation Services will be temporarily suspended on Wednesday, 14 June 2017.
Only telephone and online inquiries can be accommodated through the following channels:
Trunk line: (02) 9294544 / 9291753
This is to give way to the 15th Anniversary Celebration of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency.
Regular office transactions will resume on Thursday, 15 June 2017.
The Dangerous Drugs Board would like to reiterate that what the government implements to address the country’s drug problem is a comprehensive five-pillar strategy composed of drug supply reduction, drug demand reduction, alternative development, civic awareness and response and regional and international cooperation.Read more ...
The Dangerous Drugs Board, together with the Department of Health Treatment and Rehabilitation Center Bicutan and a Non-Government Organization known as Women and Reforms, launched its newest program called the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Program for Women.Read more ...
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has named Maria Belen Angelita V. Matibag as the new Executive Director of the Dangerous Drugs Board, the first female appointed to such position.Read more ...
DDB and PDEA appeal to LGUs for the designation of representatives to process treatment and rehabilitation petitions
As part of its efforts to ensure proper implementation of regulations issued by the Dangerous Drugs Board, the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency through an Agency Memorandum Circular has ordered all its Regional Directors to coordinate with Chairpersons of Municipal and City Anti-Drug Abuse Councils for the designation of DDB-Authorized Representatives who perform a big role in the treatment and rehabilitation of drug dependents.Read more ...