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1A Better Way Foundation (ABWF-CT)A Better Way Foundation is a Connecticut non-profit organization that is dedicated to a sensible shift in drug policy from one of incarceration to substance abuse treatment and public health.
2Addict In The FamilyAddressing the difficult period of realisation that a loved one has been using heroin, this book summarizes the current state of knowledge about heroin addiction. Dr. Byrne is a family doctor with a long experience in treating drug addicts. The book is essential reading for those coming to terms with today's number-one epidemic. It gives an optimistic outlook for certain forms of controlled drug use while also encouraging abstinence when this is an attainable goal. It also gives an insight into multiple drug abuse.
3Advocate 4 JusticeAdvocate 4 Justice seeks the reinstatement of parole in Federal Prisons. As an advocate, I'm standing up and speaking out on behalf of the thousands of prisoners who have been affected by mandatory and guideline sentencing. My goals include educating the public on the racial disparity in drug sentencing policies, as well as educating the public on how to change the laws that govern imprisonment.
4American Medical Marijuana Association (AMMA)We are a group of volunteers working together to implement, preserve and protect the rights of medicinal cannabis patients through political activism. Our platform is based on the idea of not bargaining away people's rights. We believe that each person will have different needs, which are best determined by the patient and physician. What works well for one patient may not work for another.
5Arkansas NORMLThe Arkansas chapter of NORML is a citizen action group. It is an official affiliate of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. As such it is one of more than a hundred local chapters throughout the nation and world.
6Artists Helping End Marijuana ProhibitionThe International Artists for H.E.M.P. (A HEMP) will be a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt foundation, a nonprofit membership organization comprised of people in the all of the arts, writing, performing, musical, visual, and athletics. It will support a change in the current laws on Cannabis/Hemp/Marijuana, through the dissemination of information about Hemp and its many medical, environmental and recreational uses, as well as the very negative social impact of the current prohibition.
7California Compassionate Use Act of 1996 (CCUA)The home page for the California Compassionate Use Act of 1996.
8Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp (CRRH)The Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp (CRRH) is working to end the prohibition of cannabis hemp, the oldest and most resourceful crop sown, and to promote justice, freedom, and peace with political action and education.
9Canadian Cannabis Coalition (CCC)Dedicated to facilitating access to a safe supply of cannabis through research, education and advocacy.
10Canadian Foundation for Drug Policy (CFDP)The Canadian Foundation for Drug Policy (CFDP) is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 by several of Canada's leading specialists in drug policy. Its founding members include psychologists, pharmacologists, lawyers, health policy advocates and public policy researchers. The Foundation is funded entirely by its members and by contributions from other organizations with an interest in drug policy reform.
11Canadian Media Awareness Project (CMAP)Canadian wing of the Media Awareness Project
12Canadians for Safe Access (CSA)Canadians for Safe Access (CSA) is an action-oriented, grassroots campaign of patients, supporters and suppliers working at the local, provincial and national level to change the unjust laws that prevent Canadians from accessing therapeutic cannabis.
13Cannabis As Living Medicine (CALM)CALM is a medicinal cannabis club based in Toronto, Ont.
14Cannabis Consumers Campaign (CCC)The goal of the Cannabis Consumers Campaign is to create public policy changes by: 1) dispelling the myths and negative stereotypes that perpetuate marijuana prohibition and all its harsh consequences and 2) providing a more positive and accurate image of adults who consume cannabis.
15CannabisLink (Canada)Canadian trends, education, information and resources connected to cannabis.
16Cannabisnews.comOur mission is to distribute accurate and unbiased news about marijuana, cannabis, and hemp.
17Charleston NORML (SC NORML)Charleston NORML is created to promote the goals of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), within the State of South Carolina. We hope to create an informative and useful site for interested persons to visit.
18Cheryl Miller Memorial ProjectCheryl Miller Memorial Project
19Christians for CannabisChristians For Cannabis believe that the laws that prohibit the possession, use and cultivation of marijuana/cannabis are immoral and unjust and the Christian support of these laws to be in violation of God's word.
20Coalition For Medical MarijuanaStop The Federal Assault On Patients, Clinics & Providers! Let Federal Juries Hear All The Facts Before They Decide A Medical Marijuana Case
21Common Sense For Drug PolicyCommon Sense for Drug Policy is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to expanding discussion on drug policy by resonating the voices of those raising questions about existing law and educating the public about alternatives to current policies.
22Communities of Color for Sensible Drug Policies (CCSDP)Communities of Color for Sensible Drug Policies (CCSDP) aims to mobilize people of color in the Washington, DC, area to reject the War on Drugs.
23Compassionate Moms
24Cultural BaggageCultural Baggage Radio Archives Links Page
25DanceSafeDanceSafe is a nonprofit, harm reduction organization promoting health and safety within the rave and nightclub community.
26Doctor Tom
27Dorothy Gaines, x-POWDdorothy gaines, x-prisoner of the drug war
28DRCNet Online Library MIRROR SITEMIRROR SITE: Online library of articles, reasearch papers, books, and essays on drugs, drug policy, prohibition, controlled substances, drug abuse, the drug war, marijuana, medical marijuna, LSD, peyote, psilocybin, ibogaine, psychedelic drugs.
29Drug CrazyDrug Crazy dramatically and in stark detail exposes the truths of the futility of our Nation's self-destructive drug war over the past 80 years.
30Drug Policy Central (DPC) DPC supports 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 benefit from a grant application process available on the quote form. We provide a wide variety of services including; hosting, web design, email lists and management, databases. email accounts, newsfeeds, forms, various levels of technical support and much more.
31Drug Policy Forum of CaliforniaThe Drug Policy Forum of California has an Email discussion list dedicated to planning and discussing strategy for drug policy reform within California.
32Drug Policy Forum of Colorado (DPFCO)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFCO email list.
33Drug Policy Forum of Connecticut (DPFCT)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFCT email list.
34Drug Policy Forum of Florida (DPFFL)DPF Florida members believe that drug related problems threaten our children's future and weaken our entire nation. We promote scientific and truthful evaluation of current and proposed policies aimed at controlling traffic in all types of drugs. This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFFL email list.
35Drug Policy Forum of Georgia (DPFGA)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFGA email list.
36Drug Policy Forum of Hawai`i (DPFHI)The Drug Policy Forum of Hawai`i is a non profit membership organization founded in 1993. It's mission is to encourage the development of effective drug policies that minimize economic, social, and human costs and to promote discussion and consideration of pragmatic approaches to drug policy based upon: scientific priciples, efective outcomes, public health considerations, concern for human dignity, and the enhancement of the well being of individuals and communities.
37Drug Policy Forum of Illinois (DPFIL)The Drug Policy Forum of Illinois is a statewide network dedicated to drug policy reform. We inform public opinion and promote balanced media coverage. This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFIL email list.
38Drug Policy Forum of Indiana (DPFIN)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFIN email list.
39Drug Policy Forum of Kansas (DPFKS)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFKS email list.
40Drug Policy Forum Of Lousiana (DPFLA)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFLA email list.
41Drug Policy Forum of Michigan (DPFMI)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFMI email list.
42Drug Policy Forum of New Mexico (DPFNM)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFNM email list.
43Drug Policy Forum of North American User Activists (DPFNAU)
44Drug Policy Forum Of North Dakota (DPFND)Welcome to the DPFND web site, a central resource to serve the North Dakota drug reform community.
45Drug Policy Forum Of Ohio (DPFOH)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFOH email list.
46Drug Policy Forum of Oregon (DPFOR)This web site has been provided by DrugSense and is used in conjunction with the DPFOR email list.
47Drug Policy Forum of Texas (DPFT)Serving the public by providing information and expert opinion about legal and illegal drugs and the issues surrounding them.
48Drug Policy Forum of Wisconsin (DPFWI)Home of the DPFWI discussion list. The Drug Policy Forum of Wisconsin is a virtual organization consisting of a diverse group of activists from all over Wisconsin who understand that the so-called 'war on drugs' is a failure and that it is time to adopt a more humane approach to drug policies. While the emphasis of DPFWI is on cannabis, particularly of the medicinal variety, all areas of drug policy reform are represented.
49Drug Policy Forum Tri-State [DE, NJ, PA]Drug Policy Forum Tri-State of Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our goal is to unite people and organizations interested in drug policy reform. We provide educational materials in order to educate people so that more sensible and humane policies many be established for a better society.
50Drug War DistortionsTop Drug Warrior Distortions
51Drug War FactsRead the drug war facts with your web browser, download selected chapters or the whole Factbook in Adobe PDF format, or have the chapters sent to your email
52Drug War Prisoners (DWP)The Committee on Unjust Sentencing is a service organization devoted to the interests of prisoners of the War on Drugs. The long-term goal is release from prison of all prisoners of the War on Drugs and reform of a criminal justice system that punishes illegal drug use with incarceration. The short-term goal is to help prisoners of the War on Drugs by all means within reach.
53DrugSenseDrugSense and The Media Awareness Project (MAP) are dedicated to gathering and disseminating honest accurate facts on drug policy matters. They collect, summarize, archive, and distribute nearly a thousand news articles per month. They offer a weekly newsletter summary called the DrugSense Weekly (a _must read_ for anyone interested in drug policy) as well as Focus Alerts enabling you to take action by writing letters and even Op-eds. They provide training in numerous activities, including NewsHawking, editing, and discussion lists that enable you to take direct ACTION in helping bring about needed reform. You can dictate your own level of involvement as your time allows.
54DrugSense Bot (BOT)A news bot which gathers breaking drug news. This site is a tool which assists mapinc newshawks (news analysts) in gathering the latest drug-related news. The system acts as an agent to find and fetch the latest drug-related news articles from news sites. Sees over 400 drug-related items a day. Features: User login, email notification, one-click hawking, many RSS, XML, XFML newsfeeds. More.
55Educators For Sensible Drug Policy (EFSDP)Current and former members of the education community who support drug regulation rather than prohibition.
56Family WatchFamily Watch is a network of groups and individuals concerned about the impact of drug policy on families, women and children.
57Flex Your Rights: Just Say No to Police Searches (FYR)Mission Statement Flex Your Rights is a nonprofit, educational organization working to train individuals to protect their civil liberties during police encounters. To do this we use creative and interactive teaching methods to provide a hands-on understanding of how the protections afforded by the Bill of Rights to the U.S. Constitution can apply to real-life police encounters.
58GSTL NORML Missouri (GSTL)The home page for the Missouri chapters of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
59Harm Reduction Coalition (HRC)Harm Reduction Coalition. Working together towards individual and community health
60Hemp and Cannabis Foundation, TheTHC-Foundation is working to educate the public about the truth concerning hemp and cannabis, and helping medical marijuana patients. Our mission is to promote justice, freedom, and peace with political action and education. Our goal is to restore hemp and end adult cannabis prohibition.
61Hemp Industries of Kansashemp
62HempRockHemp, Marijuana, Weed, Pot, Cannabis, Ganja, HempRock has it all! Welcome to HempRock!
63Human Rights and the Drug WarHuman Rights and the Drug War (aka Human Rights 95, HR 95) highlights the human casualties and costs of the U.S. Drug War. Its public education activity includes photo exhibits, slide shows, and a website, to unveil \'the human face\' and tell the stories of non-violent drug offenders serving harsh prison sentences. It discusses sentencing, human rights and Constitutional issues, conspiracy law, the prison/drug war industrial complex, etc., and inspired the book, SHATTERED LIVES: PORTRAITS FROM AMERICA\'S DRUG WAR. SHATTERED LIVES covers prison issues and the Drug War Industrial Complex.
64IDEAS-CanadaOn May 1-3, 2002, an organization who call themselves the International Drug Awareness & Education Society (IDEAS) held a symposium on drug policy at the Vancouver Trade and Exhibition Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia. This web site is meant to provide a little balance and encourage second thoughts.
65Indiana NORMLThe Indiana Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
66Interfaith Drug Policy Initiative (IDPI)Interfaith Drug Policy Initiative (IDPI) Our purpose is to organize people of faith to promote drug policy reform - moving from prohibition laws toward reasonable and compassionate drug regulation, education and treatment.
67Is My Medicine Legal YET? (IMMLY)IMMLY is a not-for-profit patient and care provider-based group dedicated to furthering access, public education and research regarding the therapeutic uses of cannabis. This site is about people like you, your family, your neighbors, friends, co-workers, the clerk at the store. We are all just everyday people, therefore by the grace of the great Creator go we.
68Journey for JusticeWe invite you to assist activists and volunteers nationwide who are building a 'from the bottom up' movement that will assist leaders and policy makers in ending drug war injustice.
69Kentucky NORML
70Kubby FilesTHE KUBBY FILES: News and video feed from the world of cannabis.
71Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)Current and former members of law enforcement who support drug regulation rather than prohibition.
72Libertarians in San Luis Obispo
73London (Ont) Cannabis Compassion Centre
74Macomb NORML (MC NORML)Education and Responsible Reform of Marijuana Laws
75Madison NORMLMadison NORML works to uphold Madison's long-standing community standard that the use of cannabis is not a criminal matter. To show compassion towards our seniors, disabled, and seriously ill; to support Wisconsin's farmers; and to ensure the personal freedom of responsible adults.
76Making The Walls Transparent (MTWT)500 Florida Inmates, their families, and Grandma Kay Lee are MAKING THE WALLS TRANSPARENT
78Matthew Elrod's HomepageHomepage of drug policy reform webmaster.
79Media Awareness Project, The (MAP)MAP works to ensure more balanced and accurate media coverage of drug policy issues and maintains a comprehensive archive of drug policy news and many free e-mail subscription services.
80Medical Marijuana Magazine
81MercyCenters -Medical Cannabis Resource Center (MCRC)The home page for the Salem chapter of Medical Cannabis Resource Center.
82Michigan NORMLeducation, and respondsible reform of Cannabis laws in Michigan
83Mothers Against Misuse and Abuse (MAMA)MAMA - Current scientific drug education to all ages of society. Social and recreational alternatives to drug use. Promoting better communication between policy makers, educators, law enforcement, service providers, seniors, parents and youth.
84Multiple Sclerosis Patients Union
85NarcoTerror.orgCrime, Drug Prohibition and Terrorism: An Inevitable Convergence
86National Advocates For Pregnant Women (NAPW) NAPW is dedicated to protecting the rights of pregnant and parenting women and their children. NAPW seeks to ensure that women are not punished for pregnancy and addiction and that families are not needlessly separated based on medical and public health misinformation.
87National Alliance Of Methadone Advocates (NAMA)The National Alliance Of Methadone Advocates (NAMA) - NAMA is committed to: promoting quality methadone treatment, working to dispel the ignorance regarding methadone treatment, fighting discrimination against MMT patients and struggling to destigmatize this treatment which has given us back our lives.
88Network Against Prohibition (NAP)
89New England Alliance of Methadone Advocates
90New York NORML (NYNORML)New York NORML seeks to end the prohibition on marijuana through public advocacy and direct government involvement.
91NORML New ZealandNORML New Zealand: working to reform our marijuana laws. Cannabis, marijuana, hemp, civil rights, laws, politics and activism.
92Northern California NORML
93November Coalition, TheThe November Coalition is a grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about the destructive increase in prison population in the United States and the steady erosion of our civil rights and freedoms by the federal government. We are dedicated to the preservation of the Constitution of the United States, the Bill of Rights and to the power of the several states. November Coalition seeks to inform the citizenry - particularly those who may be complacent - on the present and impending dangers of an overly powerful federal authority acting far beyond its constitutional constraints.
94November Coalition: The Razor WireThe Razor Wire is a publication of The November Coalition and is also available as a full size, fully printable Adobe Acrobat PDF file, in two versions.
95Ohio Patient Network (OPN)We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit coalition of patients, caregivers, activists and medical professionals who support the compassionate use of cannabis for various medicinal purposes. Our mission is to coordinate information between patients, medical professionals, and attorneys, as well as to educate the public.
96Old PDXNORML ArchiveThe old home page of the now defunct Portland chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
97Open the CanThe November Coalition, a national organization of drug war prisoners and their loved ones has launched Open The Can, a CANpaign for freedom. Packed into prisons like sardines, there is no justice in the war on drugs!
98Oregon NORMLWe are dedicated to effecting positive change in the legal, social and political spheres with information and action in support of cannabis (marijuana) and the many people who use it.
99Partnership for Drug-policy Facts and Alternatives (PDFA)PDFA works to help you become aware of the FACTS, to become informed and to begin to think about ALTERNATIVES to our failed, destructive, cruel, and expensive War on Drugs.
100Peter McWilliams Homepage
101Rainbow Farm CampgroundRainbow Farm -- Supporting industrial hemp and cannabis legalization in Michigan. Campground, concerts, events, benefits.
102Reconsider ForumsThe war on drugs has failed; We must make peace, heal our wounds, and change our laws.
103ReconsiDer: Forum on Drug PolicyReconsiDer is a not -for-profit corporation, chartered under the rules of New York State, and operates primarily in that state. Our unifying belief, that the war on drugs has failed, grounds our fundamental purposes: to effect substantial change in United States drug policy; to promote, support, and engage in open discussion of alternatives to the War on Drugs, to form numerous chapters that challenge citizens and local political leaders to rethink drug policies; and to help enact pragmatic legislation that reduces harm and preserves liberties.
104REEFER MADNESS MUSEUM (RMM)Welcome to the Dark Side of Old Time and its use as a propaganda tool.
105Renee Boje Legal Defense FundRenee Boje is facing extradition from Canada to the US because of her alleged involvement in a California medical marijuana grow operation. Help Renee Boje to remain in Canada.
106Rhode Island Patient Advocacy Coalition ( RIPAC) RIPAC, a broad-based coalition of organizations and prominent individuals within the state of Rhode Island, exists as a grassroots base of support for the Medical Use of Marijuana Act in the Rhode Island General Assembly.
107Safe Access Now (SAN)We are an organization dedicated to the proper implementation of uniform guidelines in all of California's counties in compliance with H&S code 11362.5 The Compassionate Use Act of 1996. We are an activism organization and in no way supply medicine or recommend physicians.
108Skate for Justice 2003 On June 22, 2003, a group of activists comprised mostly of students will set out on an all day journey on inline skates from Binghamton, NY, to Ithaca, NY, in a very public display of disgust with the drug policies of the United States of America.
109Sonoma Alliance for Medical Marijuana (SAMM)Dedicated to education, advocacy, research, and networking related to the medicinal uses of marijuana, and the implementation of the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 (Health and Safety Code, Section 11362.5)
110South Carolina Advocates for Pregnant Women (SCAPW)Our goal is to decriminalize pregnancy, prevent abortion from becoming illegal in South Carolina and ensure that substance abuse and other health problems that women face during pregnancy are treated through the health care system not the criminal justice system.
111Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)Students for Sensible Drug Policy is committed to providing education on harms caused by the War on Drugs, working to involve youth in the political process, and promoting an open, honest, and rational discussion of alternative solutions to our nation's drug problems.
112Syringe Access Resources Online Syringe Access Resources Online is a project dedicated to the provision of comprehensive online information about syringe access and the role it plays in preventing the spread of HIV, Hepatitis B and C, and other bloodborne diseases.
113Territory Users' Forum (TUF)Territory Users' Forum, Incorporated (TUF) is an organisation established to represent the interests of drug users' in the Top End of the Northern Territory, Australia. TUF is a member of the Australian Intravenous League (AIVL), the national peak organisation representing people who use illicit drugs in Australia.
114The Free Canadian Party
115The Medical Marijauna Mission (MMM)Medical exemptee's website with information about cannabis and health
116Think For Yourself (TFY)The late Jim Rosenfield started Think for Yourself, in 1992, to present the voices dissenting from the majority official view, that we must suppress the use of drugs by criminalizing drugs users and trade in drugs.
117Unitarian Universalists for Drug Policy Reform (UUDPR)UUDPR is a continental coalition of Unitarian Universalists leading the denomination's efforts to develop and promote more just and compassionate drug policies. In accordance with the denomination's drug policy Statement of Conscience, we advocate that drug use should be a health issue, not a crime.
118Vancouver Island Compassion Society (VICS)A Victoria-based compassion club providing resources, alternative therapies, and clean, safe cannabis to members
119Vermont Harm Reduction Coalition
120Veterans for More Effective Drug StrategiesVeterans for More Effective Drug Strategies favors the return of the drug problem to the domain of the medical profession. The 80-year old effort by law enforcement to resolve America's drug problem has failed and drug-related problems are growing steadily worse. Veterans for More Effective Drug Strategies formed as the US plans to expand our military involvement in the Colombian drug war.
121Virginians Against Drug Violence (VADV)A voluntary [grassroots] association of persons who participate in activities directed at ending the drug war in Virginia. They have a vision of peace, which recognizes prohibition as a failed concept that encourages imprisonment and other dehumanizing acts.
122Wisconsin NORMLWisconsin Norml, working hard for your rights.
123Women's Cannabis Collective (WCC)The Women's Cannabis Collective is a Collective for Women in the Cannabis Movement. The collective serves as a support group for all women who are involved with cannabis around the globe.





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