Campaign for New Drug Policies
A National Organization Reforming Drug Laws and Policies.
Common Sense for Drug Policy is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to reforming drug policy and expanding harm reduction. CSDP disseminates factual information and comments on existing laws, policies and practices. CSDP provides advice and assistance to individuals and organizations and facilitates coalition building.
DPC was founded by DrugSense /MAP to support the efforts of those involved in global drug policy reform by providing affordable web and internet services. Non-profit organizations dedicated to drug policy reform that lack funding may benefit from our grant application process.
In 1996 Greer formed The Media Awareness Project (MAP) Inc. d/b/a DrugSense a nonprofit corporation. This unique organization is comprised of a nationwide network of volunteer activists dedicated to spreading honest and accurate information on all aspects of drug policy to the media, policy makers, and the public.
Nonprofit group dedicated to promoting more effective approaches to the nation's drug problems, and to support private and public initiatives that reduce the demand for drugs through prevention, education, treatment, and law enforcement.
Drug War Facts provides reliable information with applicable citations on important public health and criminal justice issues. It is updated regularly. Most charts, facts and figures are from government sources, government-sponsored sources, peer reviewed journals and occasionally newspapers. In all cases the source is cited so that journalists, scholars and students can verify, check context and obtain additional information.
Efficacy is a Connecticut-based, non-profit organization advocating peaceful ways to respond to social problems. We use the following vehicles to express this: public presentations; a newsletter; commercial media; public radio and access television programs. At the present time, Efficacy is concentrating efforts on drug abuse and crime prevention. We encourage citizens to re-examine drug policy. We challenge the mentality of the drug war and find that present policies have been counter-effective. We promote open discussion of alternatives and public-health awareness.
The Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC) is committed to reducing drug-related harm among individuals and communities by initiating and promoting local, regional, and national harm reduction education, interventions, and community organizing. HRC fosters alternative models to conventional health and human services and drug treatment; challenges traditional client/provider relationships; and provides resources, educational materials, and support to health professionals and drug users in their communities to address drug-related harm.
Hazelden touches the lives of people every day. For individuals, families, and communities struggling with addiction to alcohol and other drugs, Hazelden (a nonprofit organization) helps people transform their lives by providing the highest quality treatment and continuing care services, education, research, and publishing products available today.