Chapter Resources

CSSDP chapters amplify our voices and our actions to create change in local, national and international drug policy. Our chapters work in areas of social organization, knowledge dissemination, harm-reduction outreach, political lobbying, and event planning. CSSDP supports it’s chapters through chapter grants, outreach advice, event support, social media advertising and chapter coordination. You can find a collection of useful documents to help you run a successful CSSDP chapter.

Chapter Manual

CSSDP chapters form the backbone of our organization and their dedicated work is a huge part of what makes the youth movement against unjust drug policy in Canada possible. If you decide to start a chapter or already run one, this manual will give you some basic guidelines on running an active Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy chapter.

CSSDP Pamphlet

This pamphlet gives some background information on CSSDP and what we stand for. Print it out to hand out during tabling sessions!

Sample Constitution

Edit this sample constitution according to the guidelines of your university!

Chapter Sign Up Sheet

Print this chapter sign-up sheet to collect names and contact information of members.

Chapter Grants

Print this chapter sign-up sheet to collect names and contact information of members.

Harm Reduction Alternatives Pamphlet

This pamphlet outlines harm reduction, an alternative approach to zero tolerance policies.

920 Event Template

An event template for 920, a day of action raising awareness about psilocybin mushrooms.

Decriminalization Pamphlet

This pamphlet outlines decriminalization, an alternative approach to prohibition.

Taste Tripping Template

A template for a miraculin fundraising event.

Drug Facts

We won’t tell you that drugs are good or bad, and we won’t tell you whether you should do drugs or not. That’s a choice that you have to make for yourself. With the help of CSSDP, you can make sure it’s an educated choice.

Infographics

We won’t tell you that drugs are good or bad, and we won’t tell you whether you should do drugs or not. That’s a choice that you have to make for yourself. With the help of CSSDP, you can make sure it’s an educated choice.

How to Create Social Change

CSSDP is based on activating chapters and empowering members to create social change. Check out this blog on the 5 steps that will help you run or be a part of a successful chapter!

More resources coming soon!

External Information

CSSDP partners with several other drug policy organizations that produce some amazing pamphlets and informative guides. See a few samples below and feel free to print and use to spread the knowledge!

CPHA - A New Approach

An alternative to prohibition exists! The Canadian Public Health Association outlines the evidence.

Count The Costs

After 50 years of the war on drugs, the costs keep climbing. Check out the facts from an economic point-of-view.

ICSDP - Cannabis Claims

The International Centre for Science in Drug Policy is one of our biggest allies. Download their infographics, too!

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