DRCNet Activist Guide 2/95

New Organization Listings

American Cannabis Research Experiment
P.O. Box 3240
Charlottesville, VA 22903
E-mail: [email protected]

American Drug History Institute
953 Old Boalsburg Rd,
State College, PA 16801
(814) 237 1861
(814) 231 1378 (fax)
E-mail: [email protected]

Common Sense for Drug Policy Foundation
c/o Kevin Zeese
1800 K St, NW, Suite 910
Washington, DC 20006;
(202) 659-2333
(202) 223-9096 (fax)

Foundation for Drug Policy and Human Rights
Contact Kevin Zeese at address listed above; or Mario Lap:
Amstel 10, 1017 AA
Amsterdam; +31 (0)20-664 40 86

Harm Reduction Coalition (George Clark and Sara Kershnar)
P.O. Box 77248
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 621-1451
(415) 621-1184 (fax)

International Coalition for Addict Self-Help (ICASH)
P.O. Box 20882,
Tompkins Square Station
New York, NY
(212) 228-5427
(212) 677-1963

National Alliance of Methadone Advocates
435 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10010
(212) 545-8839
(212) 696-0256 (Stan Novick)

An organization of methadone patients, healthcare professionals and others working for greater understanding and acceptance of methadone treatment.

Parents Against DARE
Voluntary Committee:

Gary Peterson, CO
(303) 493-2290
Steve Wallace, NC
(919) 933-2997
Steve Wallace, NC
(919) 933-2997
Dick Evans, MA
(413) 586-1348
Maddy Webster, MA
(617) 776-8344
Judy McLemore, AL
(205) 247-5873

Religious Coalition for a Moral Drug Policy
3421 M Street NW
Suite 351, Washington, DC 20007

A national coalition of religious clergy opposed to the "war on drugs". Publishes "Reason, Compassion and the Drug War: A Statement by Religious Men and Women."

The Sentencing Project
918 F Street NW, Suite 501
Washington, DC 20004
(202) 628-0871

A national non-profit organization promoting sentencing reform; publishes an extensive body of literature on the criminal justice system and reform strategies; runs a speakers bureau; and offers technical assistance in reducing jail and prison overcrowding by increase the use of community resources. Coordinates the "Campaign for an Effective Crime Policy," a non-partisan coalition of elected officials, criminal justice professionals and community leaders calling for a change in the direction of criminal justice policy.

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