Our purpose is to educate about and advocate for public policies that support a vibrant, diverse drug addiction treatment and recovery ecosystem. We accomplish this by publishing curated and original content that supports fully informed policy decisions and helps to identify and mitigate unintended consequences attendant on narrow or single-solution policies.
A a non-profit organization, our work is made possible by donations from individuals and groups. Your contributions give voice to the idea that there are many pathways of recovery and that successfully resolving drug addiction involves addressing personal, economic, social, medical, educational, spiritual and family needs. There is no one single, simple solution to the problem of addiction.
The Center for the Study of Drug Addiction Policy (CSDAP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. Donations from U.S. citizens are tax deductible.
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