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Illegal Drugs

        

Street level drug dealing, whether in an organized market or otherwise, can be a dangerously powerful contributor to neighborhood disorder, negative perceptions and violence. Below are resources describing collaborative programs that have achieved significant results in disrupting drug markets or other dealing hot spots so as to pave the way for legitimate economic development and improved quality of life.  


Resource Lists

  • Download the Methamphetamine resource list to learn about collaborative strategies helpful in dealing with the production, distribution and consumption of methamphetamines in your community

Publications

Battling Drugs with Enforcement & Development - Aurora, CO

Partners: Original Aurora Renewal Weed and Seed Partnership

Drug markets have many damaging effects on urban neighborhoods, ranging from gun violence and risks for youth playing outside to thwarted economic development and MORE...
 

HPHA Drug Market Disruption - High Point, NC

Partners: Low Income Housing Opportunities, Inc, Housing Authority of High Point, and the High Point Police Department

Low Income Housing Opportunities, Inc. is the non-profit component of the Housing Authority of the City of High Point. Other program partners are: High Point MORE...
 

Drug Housing Elimination Task Force - Tacoma, WA 

Partners: City of Tacoma Economic Development and the Tacoma Police Department

Fed up with illegal drug activities and a notorious neighborhood reputation, the Hilltop and Wright Park/Stadium community in Tacoma, Washington and the Tacoma Police MORE...