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Veterinary Medical Board’s Confidential Diversion Program

California licensed veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians who may be dealing with a chemical dependency problem may voluntarily request assistance and support through the Veterinary Medical Board’s confidential diversion program. The Veterinary Medical Board is contracted with MAXIMUS, Inc. to provide confidential intervention, assessment referral, and monitoring services. Additional information regarding this program is available by contacting MAXIMUS, Inc. directly at 800.522.9198 or by contacting the Board’s Diversion Program Coordinator at 916.515.5220.

A confidential program program brochure is available on the Board’s website.

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2019 Legislative Advocacy

The CVMA actively worked on critical legislation that affects its members. For details, click here....

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DEA Suspicious Orders Report and Veterinary Practitioners

In October 2019, the DEA Diversion Control Division launched the Suspicious Orders Report System (SORS) online. For more information, click...

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