Mental Health Treatment
Organization: The Campbell Collaboration
http://www.campbellcollaboration.org
“The international Campbell Collaboration (C2) is a non-profit organization that aims to help people make well-informed decisions about the effects of interventions in the social, behavioral and educational arenas. C2’s objectives are to prepare, maintain and disseminate systematic reviews of studies of interventions.”
  • International site
  • Intended for: those implementing interventions in the behavioral,
    social, and educational fields
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews


Organization: Child Trends
> What Works Guide
http://www.childtrends.org
“Child Trends’ Lifecourse Model presents our extensive knowledge about programs found to ‘work’ to enhance children’s development, in a user-friendly format…. This approach is built on the concept that child development is a cumulative process that begins before birth and continues into young adulthood.”
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: policy makers, program designers, and funders
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • References related to EBPs


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Organization: The Cochrane Collaboration
http://www.cochrane.org
“The Cochrane Collaboration is an international non-profit and independent organization, dedicated to making up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of healthcare readily available worldwide. It produces and disseminates systematic reviews of healthcare interventions and promotes the search for evidence in the form of clinical trials and other studies of interventions.”
  • International Site
  • Intended for: health service providers, consumers, research funding
    agencies, departments of health, international organizations,
    universities, and anyone else making decisions about healthcare
    have, or are at risk for, problem behavior
  • Provides descriptions of interventions/reviews
  • Transparent reviews
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Individual TA available
  • References related to EBPs


Organization: National Child Traumatic Stress Network
> resources >topics >treatments that work
http://www.nctsnet.org
“The documents linked from this page describe some of the clinicaltreatment and trauma-informed service pproaches implemented by National Child Traumatic Stress Network grant sites to reduce the impact of exposure to traumatic events on children and adolescents.”
  • Intended for: “program planners addressing the needs of traumatized children”
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual TA available
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • Last updated: July 6, 2006


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Organization: National Guideline Clearinghouse, AHRQ
>Browse treatment/interventions> behavioral disciplines and activities
http://www.guideline.gov/
“The National Guideline Clearinghouse™ (NGC) is a comprehensive database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and related documents.”
  • Intended for: physicians, nurses, and other health professionals, health care providers, health plans, integrated delivery systems, purchasers and others searching for evidence-based clinical practice guidelines
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Provides guidance on staffing


Organization: The National Implementation Research Network
http://nirn.fpg.unc.edu/
“The mission of the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) is to close the gap between science and service by improving the science and practice of implementation in relation to evidence-based programs and practices.”
  • Intended for: researchers, program developers and stakeholders interested in or engaged in the development, research, implementation and replication of evidence-based programs and practices
  • Individual TA available
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • References related to EBPs


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Organization: New Zealand Guidelines Group
http://www.nzgg.org.nz/
”The New Zealand Guidelines Group leads a movement towards the delivery of high quality health and disabilities service throughout New Zealand through a change of culture based on evidence and effectiveness.”
  • International site
  • Intended for: clinicians, providers, consumers, and researchers
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes resources necessary for implementation
  • References related to EBPs


Organization: Oregon Mental Health and Addiction Services
>mental health >evidence-based practices
http://www.oregon.gov/dhs/
“The Office of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) has compiled information and links to assist consumers in becoming informed about mental health disorders and to assist consumers in becoming healthy, safe and independent individuals. The information will also assist policy makers and providers to work toward further education, share and expand current treatment efforts, and assist consumers in everyday needs.”
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: “consumers, policymakers, providers”
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual TA available
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • References related to EBPs


Organization: OTseeker, The University of Queensland
http://www.otseeker.com/resources/default.asp
“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


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Organization: SAMHSA,National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP)
http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov
“SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices NREPP is a voluntary rating and classification system designed to provide the public with reliable information on the scientific basis and practicality of interventions that prevent and/or treat mental and substance use disorders. Descriptive information and quantitative ratings are provided across several key areas for all interventions reviewed by NREPP.”
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: States, Territories, community-based organizations and other interested stakeholders
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement


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Organization: Social Care Institute for Excellence
http://www.scie.org.uk/
“SCIE works with people and organizations throughout the social care sector to identify useful information, research and examples of good practice. SCIE’s work covers the breadth of social care including services for adults, children and families, participation, human resource development, social work education, e-learning and the use of knowledge in social care.”
  • International Site
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: practitioners, researchers, service users and policy makers
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Provides guidance on staff training
  • References related to EBPs


Organization: Social Programs That Work, Coalition
for Evidence-Based Policy, Council for Excellence in Government
http://www.evidencebasedprograms.org/
“The central problem that the Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy seeks to address is that U.S. social programs are often implemented with little regard to rigorous evidence, costing billions of dollars yet failing to address critical needs of our society in areas such as education, crime and substance abuse, and poverty reduction.… This site summarizes the findings from well-designed randomized controlled trials that, in our view, have particularly important policy implications.”
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: policy makers and practitioners
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Provides guidance on staffing
  • References related to EBPs


Organization: Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent
Psychology, American Psychological Association Division 53
http://www.effectivechildtherapy.com/
“The purpose of this site is to inform the general public as well as practitioners regarding the most up-to-date information about mental health practice for children and adolescents. While there are many approaches for treating various psychological disorders, the treatments listed here have been evaluated scientifically for efficacy and will be updated as new treatment research is completed.”
  • Defines EBPs
  • Intended for: general public and practitioners
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • References related to EBP


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Organization: Suicide Prevention Resource Center
> Best Practices Registry
http://www.sprc.org
“The Registry of Evidence-Based Practices in Suicide Prevention Programs (EBPP) is a collaboration between SPRC and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to identify and classify effective suicide prevention programs through a structured, multi-disciplinary review process. Programs are reviewed for their quality and utility, using criteria adapted from guidelines developed by the National Registry of Effective Prevention Programs (NREPP).”
  • Intended for: “health and human service professionals, community leaders, survivors, advocates, researchers, prevention professionals, policymakers and interested individuals”
  • Provides descriptions of interventions
  • Transparent reviews
  • Describes evidentiary standards met
  • Describes intervention implementation
  • Individual TA available
  • Provides information on fidelity measurement
  • Provides guidance on staffing


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