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SAMHSA News - November/December 2007, Volume 15, Number 6

Evidence-Based Programs: New Web Resource

SAMHSA recently developed a new Web page to help identify evidence-based programs and practices.

The new page—A Guide to Evidence-Based Practices on the Web—is a component of SAMHSA's Science and Service initiative.

The page features direct links to more than 37 Web sites that contain information about specific evidence-based interventions or provide reviews of research findings.

To simplify searches, information is grouped in two main categories—"Behavioral Health" and "Intended Age Group." Each site listing includes the sponsor's name, a link, a statement of purpose, and key features, which include sources of evidence.

For more information, visit SAMHSA's Web site at
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Inside This Issue
Preventing Suicide on College Campuses
Part 1
Part 2 - Gatekeeper Training
Part 3 - Stress Reduction
Campus Suicide Prevention Grants
Grantees List
Garrett Lee Smith's Story
Suicide Warning Signs
Administrator's Message: Making a Difference, Saving a Life

Access to Recovery: Enhancing Consumer Choice
Part 1
Part 2 - A Closer Look: Louisiana
Grant Updates
Safe Disposal of Prescription Drugs
Mental Health Report to Congress
Adolescents Do What Every Day?
Employers Honored for Behavioral Health Services
Tobacco & Youth: Synar Report
Co-Occurring Disorders: Systems Integration, Epidemiology
Evidence-Based Programs
Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese: Multi-Language Initiative
Expert Consultant Appointed at CMHS
DEA Exhibit Opens in Arlington, VA
Index to 2007 Issues
Index A-D
Index E-M
Index N-R
Index S-Y


SAMHSA News - November/December 2007, Volume 15, Number 6