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We invite interested organizations, associations and individuals from across Canada to join us in shaping the future of drug policy, legislation and institutional practice through the work of the CDPC. Share your ideas, participate in discussions and work with communities to transform drug policy based on evidence, human rights, social inclusion and public health.

Our Coalition affiliations, supporters, members and funders:
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AIDS Vancouver Island                                     

AIDS Coalition of Cape Breton  

AIDS Saint John           

Advocacy Initiative for Development (AID)  

Association Sénégalaise de Réduction des Risques infectieux

AQPSUD – L’Association Québécoise pour la promotion de la santé des personnes utilisatrices de drogues

AIDS New Brunswick | SIDA Nouveau-Brunswick

AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador  

AIDS Vancouver Island

ANKORS – AIDS Network Kootenay Outreach and Support Society

AIDS Committee of Newfoundland and Labrador

AIDS Saskatoon

BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS      

Boyle Street Community Services 

Blood Ties  

Chrysalis Society

Cool Aid Society

CACTUS Montréal                               

CARMHA – Centre for Applied Research in Mental Health and Addiction

Canadian Treatment Action Council  

CSSDP | Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy

Canadian Association of Nurses in AIDS Care  

Canadian AIDS Society / Société canadienne du sida

Carnegie Community Centre  

Canadian Unitarians For Social Justice (national)     

Canadian Unitarian Council  

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network  

Central Alberta AIDS Network  

Canadian Cancer Survivor Network           

Direction 180                        

Dixon Hall       

Educators for Sensible Drug Policy  

Families for Addition Recovery

FCSSBC – Federation of Community Social Services of BC

FGTA – From Grief to Action

Grip Montréal         

Groupe Harmonie    

Head & Hands – A Montreal Non-Profit Organization

InnerChange Foundation

Island Chaplaincy Inc.

International Drug Policy Consortium             

Kingston Compassion Club Society          

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (Canada)     

Living Positive Resource Centre    

MAC AIDS Fund

MAPS – Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (International)
Medical Cannabis Access Society

Moms Stop the Harm

mumsDU (Moms United and Mandated to Saving the Lives of Drug Users)

OHSUTP – Ontario HIV and Substance Use Training Program

Okanagan College Drug Policy Group       

Open Society Foundations  

Pacific Hepatitis C Network        

Parkdale Activity-Recreation Centre                   

PASAN – Prisoners’ HIV/AIDS Support Action Network

Pivot Legal Society            

Regional HIV/AIDS Connection    

Simon Fraser University

Streetworks  

Students for Sensible Drug Policy  

Shelter House Thunder Bay  

Spectre de rue                                

Sandy Hill CHC | CSC Côte-de-sable

Support Harm Reduction International        

Uganda Harm Reduction Network (UHRN)

Vancouver Island University  

VANDU – Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users

Victoria AIDS Resource & Community Service Society

University of Victoria (Centre for Addictions Research of BC)    

Watari Counselling & Support Services Society    

Youth Rise  

YouthCO HIV & Hepatitis C Society of BC

 

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