The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) is a national agency partially funded by Canada's Drug Strategy. The Centre promotes informed debate on substance abuse issues and encourages public participation in reducing the harm associated with drug abuse. It also disseminates information on the nature, extent, and consequences of substance abuse and supports organizations involved in treatment, prevention, and educational programming.
The World Bank Group offers loans, advice, and an array of customized resources to more than 100 developing countries and countries in transition.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is the oldest and largest regional multilateral development institution. It was established in December 1959 to help accelerate economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Partnership for a Drug Free America is a private, non-profit coalition of professionals from the communications industry. Its mission is to reduce demand for illicit drugs in America through media outlets.
RAND is a non-profit institute that helps improve policy and decision making through analysis and research. RAND also has a drug policy research center.
Join Together (JTO) is a think tank devoted to reducing substance abuse and violent crime. Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and based in Boston, JTO's website provides information and ideas for community specific strategies.