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Apply for, renew, or amend your MCSR for Nerve Agent Antidote or Epinephrine

Each municipality and non-municipal public agency needs a single Massachusetts Controlled Substances Registration (MCSR) for their public employees to administer approved Nerve Agent Antidotes and/or Epinephrine. Apply, renew, and amend information here.
Processing may take between 2 and 3 business weeks from the receipt of application.

Massachusetts Controlled Substances Registration

The Details of Apply for, renew, or amend your MCSR for Nerve Agent Antidote or Epinephrine

What you need for Apply for, renew, or amend your MCSR for Nerve Agent Antidote or Epinephrine

  • Municipality or public agency name
  • Applicant address
    • We can't process applications with a P.O. box number and no street address
  • Applicant telephone number
  • Applicant Federal Tax ID Number (Required by M.G.L. c. 30A, s. 13A)
  • Name of Medical Director (authorized licensed physician)
  • Attach copies of the Medical Director’s Board of Registration in Medicine License and MCSR.
    • Only send copies of supporting documents. Don't send originals, as we won't return them.

Fees for Apply for, renew, or amend your MCSR for Nerve Agent Antidote or Epinephrine

  • Pay by check or money order to “Commonwealth of Massachusetts”
  • There is no fee to amend information

 

Name Fee Unit
MCSR application - for facilities $300 each

How to submit Apply for, renew, or amend your MCSR for Nerve Agent Antidote or Epinephrine

  1. Download and complete the application:
  2. Mail completed application, any attachments, and fee, if applicable, to:

    Drug Control Program
    239 Causeway St.
    Suite 500
    Boston, MA 02114

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