Show your support, and share this website for individuals looking for treatment and resources, by requesting a yard sign or campaign literature to share with your friends and family.
If you are witnessing suspected drug activity in real time
please call 911.
Anyone with information regarding illegal narcotic activity can anonymously submit a report or call the RCDA Drug Hotline at (718) 876-5839. Our office has conducted multiple successful drug takedowns started from tips from concerned neighbors like you. Information that can help build strong investigations and prosecutions includes:
The exact location
Names or descriptions of suspected dealer(s) and/or buyer(s)
What type of vehicle was involved, if any, and license plate numbers
What kind of product was sold
Visit the Richmond County District Attorney’s website to submit your report online. All information is confidential. You can help take illegal drugs off Staten Island streets.
Even if you have not been directly impacted by the drug epidemic, there are many ways to get involved to help put an end to this crisis.
Request a Yard Sign
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Join the Tackling Youth Substance Abuse (TYSA) coalition
Want to work on strategies to address drug use like poster campaigns, planning workshops, and helping write policy? Join a workgroup with the TYSA coalition. TYSA is a Staten Island group of organizations and community members formed to reduce youth and young adult drug use. If you don’t have much time, you can also volunteer to help with events and presentations. Learn More
Share Your Voice
There are many opportunities to sign petitions, join advocacy trips to Albany, and educate yourself about treatment and recovery options. Advocate for yourself and your family by joining Families in Support of Treatment. You can also speak up by reaching out to your elected officials. Call or write a letter to your senator to voice your opinions about drug use and the criminal justice system. Visit Who Represents Me? for a list of contact information for Staten Island’s representatives in City Hall, Albany and Washington D.C.