IDPI organizes people of faith to promote drug policy reform; i.e., moving from prohibition laws toward reasonable and compassionate drug regulation, education and treatment.
To these ends, the corporation will:
(a) research the sociological, psychological, spiritual and other factors regarding drug use, abuse and addiction;
(b) from a moral, ethical, and religious perspective, evaluate existing and potential laws and policies regarding drug use, abuse and addiction;
(c) transmit such information to people of faith and faith-based organizations and institutions, for the purpose of building an interfaith constituency of people who support non-punitive, non-coercive alternatives to the "war on drugs";
(d)bolster public support for drug policy reform through speaking engagements, educational seminars, and the mass media; and
(e) engage in any other lawful activities to carry out its purposes.