This report explains how to improve outcomes by combining evidence-based substance abuse treatment with strict behavioral accountability.
This publication explains how most persons with co-occurring disorders can successfully participate in drug courts by utilizing six critical steps.
Collection of Evidence-based Practices for Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Treatment Needs: 6th Edition
This publication covers effective mental health treatments which have undergone testing in both controlled research trials and real-world settings.
This primer covers what contingency management is; how it works; why it works; who to use it with; important things to remember; what the research says; the immediate, certain, relevant, and consistent sanctions or rewards; and implementation ideas.
This bibliography is not a complete list of “EBP” citations, but a mere selection based on questions we receive at the Information Center.
EBP: The Implications of Supervision: Strategies for Improving Corrections' Capacity for Implementing EBPs: The Colorado EBP Project for Implementation Capacity (EPIC) Staff Development System
This article looks at the Colorado’s EPIC, a pilot demonstration project to test the efficacy of implementation strategies.
This material is from the inaugural Learning and Performance Symposium which focused on learning and performance practices.
Dr. Chandler will discuss why punishment alone is an ineffective response to the problem of drug abuse in the criminal justice system and will also highlight evidence-based principles of addiction treatment based on an integrated public health/public safety strategy.
The Importance of a Low Span of Control in Effective Implementation of Evidence Based Probation and Parole Practices
This report explains why the current probation officer to supervisor ratio (7:1 span of control) should not be increased to a higher level due to significant impacts on the implementation and sustainability of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in the Community Based Correctional System in Iowa.
The development and implementation of an analytical tool that helps states determine which evidence-based practices are most cost effective in preventing crime and lowering correctional costs.