A Guide to Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)

Adult Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)

A list of organizations’ websites with a focus on adult evidence-based practices (EBP).

Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network

“The ATTC network transmits the latest knowledge, skills, and attitudes of professional addiction treatment practice. The ATTC’s goal is to enhance clinical practice.”

  • Intended for: addiction treatment professionals
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual TA available (free/for fee)
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • References related to EBPs

Go to the Addiction Technology Transfer Centers Network

The SAMHSA Co-Occurring Center for Excellence

“The mission of SAMHSA’s Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (COCE) is to:…foster the infusion and adoption of evidence- and consensus-based treatment and program innovation into clinical and organizational practice."

  • Intended for: the co-occurring disorder service system
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual technical assistance (TA) available (free/for fee)
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • References related to EBPs

Go to the SAMHSA Co-Occurring Center for Excellence

SAMHSA’s Knowledge Application Program

“CSAT’s Knowledge Application Program (KAP) assists treatment providers in adopting and implementing the information in CSAT’s published materials. KAP develops tools that program directors, clinical supervisors, and other staff members can use to actively promote the adoption of new treatment approaches, taking ‘science’ to ‘service.’ ”

  • Intended for: program directors, clinical supervisors, and program staff members
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual TA available (free/for fee)
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • References related to EBPs

Go to the Knowledge Application Program

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OTseeker, The University of Queensland

“OTseeker is a database that contains abstracts of systematic reviews and randomized controlled trials relevant to occupational therapy. In one database, OTseeker provides you with fast and easy access to trials from a wide range of sources.”

  • International site
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: those interested in occupational therapy interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • References related to EBPs

Go to OTseeker

The SAMHSA Division of Workplace Programs

“The Workplace Resource Center provides centralized access to information about drug-free workplaces and related topics. Find information on drug-testing, drug-free workplace programs, federal programs, prevention research, and substance abuse.”

  • Defines EBPs
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual TA available (free/for fee)
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • References related to EBPs

Go to the SAMHSA Division of Workplace Programs

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Last Updated: 10/22/2014