Texas Prescription Program

DPS now offers online payment for Schedule II Prescription Pads
Practitioners and mid-level practitioners with a valid Controlled Substances Registration and Texas DEA Registration are now able to pay online and electronically submit Prescription Pad Order Forms. Registrants can now order prescription pads in just three easy steps:

  1. Pay online at Prescription Pad Payment system. Save the receipt to your computer.
  2. Complete the Prescription Pad Order Form. The form is a fillable pdf. After completing the form, print, sign and save to your computer.
  3. Go to Contact Us. Select Texas Prescription Program, then select Submit completed prescription pad order form to upload your receipt and completed order form. To ensure timely processing, make sure both documents are attached and uploaded in the same email. Do not mail a duplicate copy if submitted electronically, as it may delay delivery.

Online payments are processed with major credit cards -Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. In addition to credit card billing information, a valid credit card number, expiration date and verification code are required. Please allow 30 days for delivery.

For detailed instructions including screenshots, please see Guide to Prescription Pad Ordering.

Hydrocodone products are now Schedule II Controlled Substances
Hydrocodone Combination Products (HCPs) have been moved from Schedule III to the more-restrictive Schedule II, effective Oct. 6, 2014. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s rescheduling of HCPs as a Schedule II Controlled Substance will increase restriction on prescribing and dispensing practices for HCPs. See Hydrocodone: Schedule II Controlled Substance for more information.

Effectively controlling the diversion
of controlled substances ...

The Texas Prescription Program was created to monitor Schedule II through Schedule V controlled substance prescriptions. Diversion of prescription drugs is a significant abuse problem and this program was created to be an efficient, cost-effective tool for investigating and preventing drug diversion.

Controlled Substances have valid medical uses. However, they also have potential for abuse and addiction. Federal controls monitor narcotics from manufacture through distribution to retail facilities. Most pharmaceutical drug diversion occurs at the retail/consumer level. The Texas Prescription Program can be used by practitioners and pharmacists to verify their own records and inquire about patients. In addition, the program can be used to generate and disseminate information regarding prescription trends.

Statutorily restricted access is available to practitioners and pharmacists to search the following:

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