US Drug Control Budget

"National Drug Control Program agencies are requesting a total of $41.0 billion in drug control funding, an increase of $669.9 million over the FY 2021 enacted level. The largest increases in funding are requested to support drug treatment (+$498.0 million) and drug prevention (+$129.5 million). With these increases, the Budget Request devotes an historically high 57.3 percent of drug control resources to demand reduction programs and activities."

pie chart illustrating the breakdown by function of the FY2022 requested US federal drug control budget

pie chart illustrating the breakdown by function of the FY2021 enacted US federal drug control budget

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on the supply side from FY2013 through FY2022

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on the demand side from FY2013 through FY2022

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on domestic law enforcement from FY2013 through FY2022

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on interdiction from FY2013 through FY2022

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on international enforcement from FY2013 through FY2022

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on substance use disorder treatment from FY2013 through FY2022

bar graph showing federal drug control spending on prevention from FY2013 through FY2022

Source: 

National Drug Control Budget: FY 2022 Funding Highlights. Washington, DC: Office of National Drug Control Policy, May 2021.