How does Prop. 5 allocate its funding?
Prop. 5 allocates $65 million for youth programs, creating a system of care for at-risk youth under the age of 18 (where virtually no system currently exists); $385 million for treatment and probation supervision for clients under a new three-tiered continuum of care for adults arrested for nonviolent drug offenses; and up to $10 million per year for a range of efficacy studies at public universities in California. Spending on rehabilitation for incarcerated people and people on parole will be allocated out of the existing California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation budget.