The California Attorney General's Crime and Violence Prevention Center (CVPC) provides the latest drug and alcohol abuse prevention information -- access this link to go to the CVPC's pages for facts, research, funding opportunities and events as well as information about CVPC's latest drug and alcohol abuse-related projects.
A Drug Free Zone is any specific location in the community, especially an
area where children congregate, that the citizens perceive as being a place
where drug trafficking or alcohol availability problems exist, and the citizens
decide to take action.
Typically, communities have targeted schools and school yards, parks and playgrounds,
public housing developments, and specific neighborhoods or city blocks.
Create a Meth Action Team (Info Coming Soon)
Start a Neighborhood Watch Group (Info Coming Soon)
The California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs provide leadership and coordination in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive statewide alcohol and other drug abuse prevention, intervention, detoxification, recovery and treatment services delivery system.