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Harm reduction is a public health philosophy and intervention that seeks to reduce the harms associated with drug use and ineffective drug policies.
After Ballot Initiative 71 took effect in February of 2015, adult use, possession and sale of marijuana-related paraphernalia became legal in the District of Columbia. However, most other objects (testing kits, pipes,… Read More
This booklet from the ACLU addresses what constitutional rights you have when you are stopped, questioned, arrested, or searched by law enforcement officers. Available in English, Spanish, Arabic, Urdu, French, Farsi,… Read More
DPA Podcast Episode 02: Congressman Ro Khanna (D-CA) Is Against The Drug War For All The Right Reasons
DPA's Tommy McDonald sits down with Ro Khanna, the U.S. representative from California's 17th congressional district, to talk about the drug war, the opioid overdose crisis and Overdose Awareness Day. Follow us on… Read More
The harms caused by past marijuana policies under prohibition require that new marijuana policies and legal regulations include opportunities to address and repair past harms and inequities. As California’s new… Read More
This 11-minute DVD showcases the Student Assistance Program in Oakland High School run by UpFront program founder Chuck Ries. As a companion to our publication, "Beyond Zero Tolerance: A Reality-Based Approach to Drug… Read More
Just4Teens is a great tool to use in classrooms or youth groups to initiate an honest and open conversation with young people about the realities of drugs in their lives. The DVD includes a 15 minute video for youth, a… Read More
The New Mexico Medical Cannabis Program has helped these people improve their quality of life and become active members of their family and society again. View their stories to learn about the struggles they endured… Read More
Carl Hart, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at Columbia University, offers a provocative, evidence-based view of addiction and discusses how it should impact drug policy.