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A Model Design for the Implementation of SACPA: Making Prop. 36 Work in Your County

The passage of Proposition 36, the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000 (“SACPA”), by 61% of the California electorate precipitated a sweeping change in the state’s drug policy and in the delivery of substance abuse treatment services.  

This guide is meant to assist county stakeholders – county officials, SACPA clients and their families, service providers, criminal justice players, and others – in developing SACPA programs driven by treatment and public health priorities. 

A Model Design for the Implementation of SACPA: Making Prop. 36 Work in Your County

Keywords: best practices, local policy, Proposition 36, social services, substance use

Posted in Publications, Drug Policy, Technical Assistance

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