Category Archives: Evidence-Based

Collaborative Care model for depression and anxiety problems Quick fact – Only 50% of patients who receive a referral for specialty mental health care ever follow through with the referral. Among those who do, many do not have more than one visit. Issue – Because of stigma, … Continue reading

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Key Components -Short-Term (8-10 sessions) -Measurable (graphs), to show improvement/changes -It’s all about inner thoughts. -Main belief behind CBT – not about what happens to us in our life, but how we think about what has happened to us.  In … Continue reading

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Stepping Up Initiative

The Stepping Up Initiative intends to assist counties with developing and implementing a systems-level, data-drive plan that can lead to measurable reductions in the number of people with mental illnesses in local jails. Web-site Info KnowledgeBase Articles on Stepping Up … Continue reading

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Discontinuation of NREPP within SAMHSA

20180110 – National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) promotes the adoption of scientifically established behavioral health interventions. Although the current NREPP contract has been discontinued, SAMHSA is very focused … Continue reading

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