Uniting clergy, law enforcement
and community leaders for safer
and healthier communities.


About Us

The Mission of the International Faith Based Coalition

is to unite religions with a common cause to

implement Drug Prevention Education in their

respective congregations with a focus on educating


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With neighborhood forums, we are creating

collaborative partnerships between clergy,

law enforcement and community leaders

for safer and healthier communities.

Bridging the gap


defending civil rights with

prominent faith leaders

We stand with our good friends for empowerment

through collaboration to help youth achieve their

dreams and avoid destructive decisions.


Telling the Truth

About Drugs

We aim to share factual and hard

hitting information about drugs

through the dissemination of

booklets and the airing of public

service announcements.

Drug Free America

The International Faith Based Coalition aims to help build safe and healthy communities. The Drug Free America Foundation is a drug prevention and policy organization committed to developing, promoting and sustaining national and international policies and laws that will reduce illegal drug use and drug addiction. You can visit our partner’s website and learn more.


Have A Deeper Look

Marijuana use in kids and teens hinders their abilities to learn and prosper. Wouldn’t you agree we should protect our children from drug abuse? The IFBC works to educate youth to help them make good decisions and avoid drug abuse.

Coming Together

By coming together under a common banner with other faiths, we create an atmosphere of respect and tolerance for peoples of different faiths through mutual effort and thus create and restore trust in each other and our fellow man. 



Marijuana: A Gateway Drug

 Of adults 26 or older who used marijuana before age 15, 62% went on to use cocaine at some point in their lives; 9% went on to use heroin at least once; and 54% made some nonmedical use of mind-altering prescription drugs. 

Our Work

Drug Prevention Education in the Religious Community and from there getting it known and used in their respective communities and the world at large.

What We Work Towards

Uniting Communities

With neighborhood forums, we are creating collaborative partnerships between clergy, law enforcement and community leaders for safer and healthier communities.

Educating Youth

Many factors and strategies can help adolescents stay drug free: Strong positive connections with parents, other family members, school, and religion; having parents present in the home at key times of the day; and reduced access in the home to illegal substances.

Business Development

We are recognized by the state of California for creating jobs that aim to give people better options than drugs.


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