New Resources for National Registry
Several new resources are available in SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).
You can find the resources on NREPP’s home page.
NREPP’s goal is to assist organizations and individuals who are seeking to use evidence-based interventions successfully. The new resources also will assist program developers considering NREPP submissions. Resources include:
- Implementation: Making an Evidence-Based Program Work for You—Guidance on selecting an evidence-based intervention to match an organization’s needs, and successfully using a chosen program (learning module)
- Preparing an Intervention for NREPP Submission and Potential Review—Detailed description and helpful hints on the NREPP submission and review process (learning module)
- Evidence-Based Therapy Relationships—How various elements of a therapy relationship (e.g., alliance, empathy, goal consensus) are associated with treatment effectiveness (a research document)
- Screening and Assessment Tools—A compendium of validated screening and assessment instruments and tools for mental and substance use disorders (web-based).
To access these new resources, click on the “Learning Center” tab on the NREPP home page.