A Report on the Coordination of Funding for Drug Programs in the State of California

Report #89, June 1988


In this letter report, the Commission examines the state’s system of handling state and federal drug use prevention funds. This report contains three findings and 10 recommendations. Chief among these, the Commission recommends that the Governor and the Legislature establish a master plan for addressing drug abuse in California. Specifically, this plan should encourage cooperation and coordination by drug program administrators, school districts, law enforcement agencies at the State and local levels and with community-based organizations.