Americans for Safe Access / safeaccessnow.org / A patient advocacy and support network, the largest national member-based organization of patients, medical professionals, scientists and concerned citizens promoting safe and legal access to cannabis for therapeutic use and research. 510-251-1856
Axis of Love SF/ Activist Resource Center / Patients organizing for their rights, 415-240-5247
California NORML / canorml.org/ Advocacy, directories, lobbying, research, news, alerts. 415-563-5858
Cannabis Defense Coalition / cdc.ccop/ Cannabis Resource Center. 888-208-5332
Cannabis Consumers Campaign / cannabisconsumers.org/ Come out of the closet to stand up for equal rights.
Civil Liberties Monitoring Project / civilliberties.org/ Monitors police eradication abuses, etc, to protect civil rights in the CA northcoast. 707-923-4646
Drug Policy Forum of CA / Sign up at drugsense.org/dpfca/list.htm/ Listserve for Cal cannabis/drug war issues. Join the conversation about reform in California.
DrugSense / drugsense.org/ Daily compilation of news excerpts. Web site dev. and hosting. 501(c)3 tax exempt fiscal sponsor.
Drug War Facts / drugwarfacts.org/ Just the facts.
Families Against Mandatory Minimums / famm.org/ Advocates an end to harsh, unjust sentencing laws affecting prisoners and their families.
Family Council on Drug Awareness / fcda.org/ Accurate information on effects of drugs and drug policies. Downloadable PDFs to print and hand out.
Green Aid Marijuana Legal Def. & Education Fund, Inc. / green-aid.com/
Harm Reduction Coalition / harmreduction.org/ Works to reduce drug-related harm by programs such as clean needle exchange.
Hemp Industries Association / hempindustries.org/ The HIA is a non-profit trade group representing hemp companies, researchers, supporters.
Human Rights and the Drug War / hr95.org/ Photo display of Drug War POWs, analyzes human rights abuses.
Humboldt Medical Marijuana Advisory Panel / hummap.org/ Community policy group. 707-223-4014
Interfaith Drug Policy Intiative / idpi.us / Organizing people of faith to promote reform. 301-270-4473
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition / leap.cc/ Current and former members of law enforcement who support drug regulation rather than prohibition.
Legal Services for Prisoners w/ Children / prisonerswithchildren.org/ Advocates for the human rights and empowerment of incarcerated parents, children, family members and people at risk for incarceration
Marijuana Anti-Prohibition Project MAPP / marijuananews.drupalcafe.com/ national membership
Marijuana Policy Project MPP / mpp.org/ national membership org. Focuses on removing criminal penalties through initiatives and legislation.
Medical Marijuana of America / medicalmarijuanaofamerica.com/ directory, court reports, POW stories and contacts.
Media Awareness Project / mapinc.org/ MAP has generated millions of letters to the editor. Help gather news for their clearing house.
Michigan NORML / minorml.org/ lots of chapters throughout the state
Mothers Against Misuse and Abuse / mamas.org/ responsible drug education
MAPS / maps.org/ Multidisciplinary Association on Psychedelic Studies, studies on cannabis, psychedelics. 831-429-6362
NCIA / The National Cannabis Industry Association The only national trade association working to advance the interests of cannabis-related businesses in the US. NCIA promotes the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and works for a favorable social, economic and legal environment for that industry in the United States. 1244 Grant St., 3rd Floor, Denver, CO 80203
NORML / norml.org/ National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. 202-483-5500
November Coalition / november.org/ National support group for Drug War POWs. Publishes The Razor Wire.
Oregon Green Free / oregongreenfree.net. Free OMMP info.
Oregon NORML / ornorml.org /
Patient Advocacy Network / cannabissaveslives.com
Sensible Colorado / sensiblecolorado.org / Non-profit resource for patients and those interested in reforming laws. 720-890-4247
Southern Oregon NORML / so-norml.org/ Reform activities and OMMP support. Medford. 541-779-1448
Students for a Sensible Drug Policy / ssdp.org/ Students for reducing the harms caused by drug abuse and drug policies.
VoteHemp / votehemp.com/ Industrial, horticultural hemp.
Voter Power, Oregon / voterpower.org/ Advocating for fair, cannabis laws and policies. OMMP registration. 503-224-3051, 541-245-6634
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