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This guide contains resources about:
 Evidence-based practices
 Implementation Science in behavioral health settings
 Evidence-based practices for children
 Evidence-based practices for children and families involved in child
welfare
 Evidence-based practices for substance abuse treatment
 Evidence-based practices for the treatment of trauma
 Evidence-based practices for justice-involved individuals
 Evidence-based practices for consumers
 Screening and assessment
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
General Resources about Evidence-based Practices
Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice
http://www.ebbp.org
This project of the Office of Behavioral & Social Sciences Research at the National Institutes of Health
creates training resources to help bridge the gap between behavioral health research and practice.
SAMHSA’s Guide to Evidence-Based Practices on the Web
http://www.samhsa.gov/ebpwebguide/index.asp
Offers a list of websites that contain information about specific evidence-based practices and/or
comprehensive reviews of research findings
National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices
http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov
SAMHSA’s searchable database of more than 280 interventions for the prevention and treatment of mental
and substance use disorders; developed to assist people, agencies, and organizations identify and
implement evidence-based programs and practices in their communities
Society of Clinical Psychology, APA Division 12, Research-Supported Psychological Treatments
http://www.div12.org/PsychologicalTreatments/index.html
The American Psychological Association, Division 12, Society of Clinical Psychology has developed this
website to provide information about effective treatments for psychological disorders. The website is
meant for a wide audience, including the general public, practitioners, researchers, and students. Basic
descriptions are provided for each psychological disorder and treatment. In addition, for each treatment,
the website lists key references, clinical resources, and training opportunities.
Social Programs that Work
http://evidencebasedprograms.org/about-this-site
This site is sponsored by the Coalition for Evidence-based Policy. The Coalition uses a Congressional “top
tier” evidence standard. Social Programs That Work differs from the Top Tier website in one important
way: It includes interventions identified by the Top Tier initiative’s expert review panel as Top Tier or
Near Top Tier as well as those practices found to be promising by Coalition staff. The site covers the full
spectrum of social policy Evidence-based practices (K-12 education, crime prevention, international
development assistance, etc.) focusing on the relatively few interventions across these areas meeting
strong evidence criteria.
Getting to Outcomes® Improving Community-Based Prevention
http://www.rand.org/health/projects/getting-to-outcomes/documents.html
This site offers numerous manuals, summaries, publications, and resources free of charge with the
intention of supporting quality implementation of Evidence-based Practices.
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Implementation Science in Behavioral Health Settings
Active Implementation Hub
http://implementation.fpg.unc.edu
The Active Implementation Hub is a free, online learning environment for use by any stakeholder —
practitioners, educators, coaches, trainers, purveyors — involved in active implementation and scaling up
of programs and innovations. The site goal is to increase the knowledge and improve the performance of
persons engaged in actively implementing any program or practice.
Turning Knowledge into Practice: A Manual for Human Service Administrators and Practitioners
about Understanding and Implementing Evidence-Based Practices, 2nd edition (2010)
http://www.tacinc.org/media/13067/Turning%20Knowledge%20into%20Practice.pdf
This manual, by J. A. Morris, S. Day, and S. Schoenwald, was written and produced with the support of The
Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc., the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Network on
Mental Health Policy Research, and the American College of Mental Health Administration. The full manual
is available for free online and covers topics such as recovery and resilience and evidence-based practices,
how to select EBPs, work with practioners and organizations, and sustainability.
Knowledge transfer and evidence-based practice in children’s mental health
http://www.kidsmentalhealth.ca/documents/KT_full_report.pdf
Document that integrates the academic literature, expert opinions, system and practioner input on bringing
evidence-based information to child-serving community settings.
Citation: Barwick, M.A., Boydell, K.M., Stasiulis, E., Ferguson, H.B., Blase, K., & Fixsen, D. (2005). Toronto, ON:
Children’s Mental Health Ontario.
Implementation Research: A Synthesis of the Literature
http://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/sites/nirn.fpg.unc.edu/files/resources/NIRN-MonographFull-01-2005.pdf
A review of the current state of the science of implementation across content areas and synthesis to
identify essential features of successful implementation.
Citation: Fixsen, D. L., Naoom, S. F., Blase, K. A., Friedman, R. M. & Wallace, F. (2005). Implementation
Research: A Synthesis of the Literature. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, Louis de la Parte Florida
Mental Health Institute, The National Implementation Research Network (FMHI Publication #231)
Policy Research Brief: Implementation Opportunities and Challenges for Prevention and Promotion
Initiatives.
http://www.hhs.gov/ash/oah/news/assets/sts_implementation_opportunities_challenges.pdf
An update of the research and models presented in the resources above.
Citation: Bertram, R., Blase, K., Shern, D., Shea, P., and Fixsen, D. (2011). Policy Research Brief:
Implementation Opportunities and Challenges for Prevention and Promotion Initiatives. Alexandria, VA:
National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD).
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Evidence-based Practices for Children
Promising Practices Network on Children, Families & Communities
http://www.promisingpractices.net
The PPN website is operated by the RAND Corporation and offers research-based information on what
works to improve the lives of children and families. The website provides summaries of effective programs.
Effective Child Therapy
http://effectivechildtherapy.com
This site was developed by the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (SCCAP), a division of
the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
(ABCT) to educate the public and professionals about EBPs for children. It includes sections for the public,
professionals and educators, and online education.
Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development
http://www.blueprintsprograms.com
Blueprints is a project at the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado
Boulder. Blueprints serves as a resource for governmental agencies, schools, foundations, and community
organizations trying to make informed decisions about their investments in youth programs.
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network: Treatments that Work
http://www.nctsn.org/resources/topics/treatments-that-work/promising-practices
NCTSN provides fact sheets describing some of the clinical treatment and trauma-informed service
approaches implemented by National Child Traumatic Stress Network centers, with the common goal of
reducing the impact of exposure to traumatic events on children and adolescents.
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Evidence-based Practices for Children and Families involved
in Child Welfare
California Evidence-Based Clearing House for Child Welfare
http://www.cebc4cw.org
The California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC) provides information about child
welfare related programs and assessment tools. The website is organized by topic areas (e.g. behavior
management, parent training, mental health, prevention and early intervention) and provides ratings of the
scientific evidence and relevance to child welfare for each program.
National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections
http://www.nrcpfc.org/ebp
The National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections (NRCPFC) at the Hunter College
School of Social Work is a training, technical assistance, and information services organization and is a
service of the Children’s Bureau – ACF/DHHS and member of the T&TA Network. This site features
resources and information from: the NRCPFC; the Children’s Bureau/ACF/DHHS and T&TA Network;
Collaborating Organizations; and, the States. It also features Databases/Directories of EBPs.
Child Welfare Information Gateway, Children’s Bureau
https://www.childwelfare.gov/preventing/evidence
Child Welfare Information Gateway of the Children's Bureau of the Administration for Children and
Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has resources to learn more about child abuse
prevention programs and strategies supported by scientific research. These resources can help programs
choose and implement evidence-based practices that will suit the needs of the families and communities
they serve. Resources include state and local examples.
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Evidence-based Practices for Substance Abuse Treatment
Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network
http://www.attcnetwork.org/explore/priorityareas/science/ebp
The ATTC, funded by SAMHSA, is a nationwide, multidisciplinary resource for professionals in the
addictions treatment and recovery services. This section of the ATTC Network site provides information
about Evidence- Based Practices and why they are important for addictions treatment. It also provides
information on how to carefully choose the right EBP for clients and samples, resources and tools to guide
implementation.
Institute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions (IRETA)
http://ireta.org
The Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addictions (IRETA) works with national, state, and
local partners to improve recognition, prevention, treatment, research and policy related to addiction and
recovery. The website provides a list of selected evidence-based practices and best practices guidelines,
links to toolkits and other educational materials.
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Evidence-based Practices for Treatment of Trauma
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network: Treatments that Work
http://www.nctsn.org/resources/topics/treatments-that-work/promising-practices
NCTSN provides fact sheets describing some of the clinical treatment and trauma-informed service
approaches implemented by National Child Traumatic Stress Network centers, with the common goal of
reducing the impact of exposure to traumatic events on children and adolescents.
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
http://www.istss.org/TreatingTrauma.htm
ISTSS provide information to support the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based and
emerging best practices for individuals suffering from traumatic stress. ISTSS formulated trauma treatment
guidelines provide an extensive review of the literature by trauma experts, to assist clinicians providing
treatment for adults, adolescents and children with PTSD and are available for free to the public.
The National Center for PTSD, US Department of Veterans Affairs
http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/treatment/overview/index.asp
This website provides resources, including webinars, about effective treatments for PTSD including various
ways trauma therapy can be delivered. Take a course on improving the effective use of therapy or
medication, or sign up to receive regular clinical updates
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Evidence-based Practices for Justice-Involved Individuals
SAMHSA’s GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation
http://gainscenter.samhsa.gov/topical_resources/ebps.asp
The website includes briefs from expert panel meetings to assess the empirical evidence on the
applicability of several key EBPs for justice-involved persons, webinars about specific EBPs and an EBP
Checklist for Implementing EBPs for Justice-Involved Adults with Behavioral Health Disorders. The website
also contains resources on topics such as trauma, screening and re-entry as well as overviews about
innovative practices in several states.
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
www.crimesolutions.gov
The Office of Justice Programs’ CrimeSolutions.gov uses research to determine what works in criminal
justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services. The website includes ratings that indicate whether a
program or practice achieves its goals and profiles of programs and practices with research findings.
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Evidence-based Practices for Consumers
A Family Guide: Choosing the Right Treatment. What Families Need to Know about Evidence Based
Practices. http://www.nami.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NAMILand/CAACebpguide.pdf
This guide was developed by National Alliance on Mental Illness and is designed to inform families about
evidence-based practices (EBPs) in children’s mental health and to share information on an array of
treatment and support options. This guide is designed to inform families about the meaning of “evidencebased practices.” It provides a brief introduction to a number of effective mental health treatments and
supports for children and their families. The guide does not include an exhaustive list of the EBPs that have
been developed for children and their families. In this guide, families will find information designed to help
them make more informed decisions about treatment and supports. They are encouraged to ask questions
of their child’s treating provider about recommended interventions.
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600
Resources about Screening and Assessment
The National Center for PTSD, US Department of Veterans Affairs
http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/pages/assessments/index.asp
This website provides a comprehensive overview of assessment for trauma history and PTSD symptoms
for adults. Resources provided include overviews of screening and assessment tools (access to the tools is
available to mental health professionals).
SAMHSA Co-occuring Substance Use and Mental Health Integrated Screening and Assessment
Resources
http://www.samhsa.gov/co-occurring/topics/screening-and-assessment/index.aspx
Describes strategies for an integrated screening process and provides links to resources including
recommendations for best practices and lists of screening and assessment tools.
NCTSN Measures Review Database
http://www.nctsn.org/resources/online-research/measures-review/overview
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) provides a searchable database containing reviews
of measures important for the field of Child Traumatic Stress. All reviews were conducted using a uniform
review template to allow comparison across measures. The goal is to provide easy access to comprehensive
clinical and research information so that a given user can determine whether a measure is appropriate for
a specific individual or group, given factors such as the purpose of the assessment, age, cultural and
linguistic group, and trauma type.
ISTSS Collection of Assessment Resources
http://www.istss.org/AssessingTrauma.htm
The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) offers a number of assessment resources,
including assessment measures and testing manual
Evidence-based Practice and Innovation Center (EPIC)
dbhids.org/epic
[email protected]
CBH Member Services: 1-888-545-2600