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April 18: Second Annual "Prop. 36 Works!" Rally

On April 18, hundreds of Prop. 36 graduates from across the state will gather in Sacramento to celebrate nearly six years of treatment instead of incarceration. Can you join us?

Celebrate with us at the second annual “Prop 36 Works!” rally in Sacramento on April 18!

WHO SHOULD COME TO THE RALLY: Prop 36 grads and supporters of prison diversion, social justice, recovery and rehabilitation, and more! WE NEED PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. If you can drive, drive—and fill your car with other people. If you can take a plane, take a plane. Ask your recovery home, treatment center or company to sponsor your trip!

  • WHAT: A RALLY and MARCH to celebrate and support Prop 36! We will also help you meet with your Legislator or his/her staff, if you want!
  • WHERE: Sacramento Capitol Building, West Steps. To see this on a map, click here.
  • WHEN: April 18 2007, 10am-4pm!

Find out more about the rally here. For more information about participating in, supporting or co-sponsoring the rally, contact Margaret Dooley or submit a comment on this website.

Wondering what else can you do? Here are some important things to do:

  • Share your Prop. 36 success story
  • Where ever you are, tell your family, friends, neighbors and legislators—by calling, writing or visiting—that Prop 36 works because treatment works! Incarceration doesn’t!

Common Sense for Drug Policy
California Society of Addiction Medicine
California State Association of Counties

Read commentary from Oliver H., a Prop 36 graduate.

Get the Facts
Over a dozen Proposition 36 fact sheets are available for download. Topics include: the Effectiveness of Drug Treatment, Drug Courts/Deferred Entry, and the California Correctional System.
breakdowns of the 2000 initiative votes
For background on the Prop. 36 campaign and other votes nationwide for drug policy reform, see:

Contact Lists
County Lead Agencies
and Contacts
Parole Region Contact
Probation Contacts



Drug Policy Alliance · (916) 444-3751 · [email protected]