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A compilation of literature reviews and resource guides for evidence-based mental health practices for specific sub-populations.



This paper lists promising state and local approaches to ensuring the prompt reinstatement of federal benefits for people with mental illnesses released from jail or prison.



This report concisely reviews the available scientific literature related to several correctional programs that are currently being used as alternatives to jail incarceration



Brief overview of the concept and use of evidence-based practices.



This SAMHSA Treatment Improvement Protocol provides recommendations and best practice guidelines to counselors and administrators, covering the full range of criminal justice settings and all the phases through which an individual progresses in the criminal justice system.



Guide provides practitioners with information about the importance of using evidence-based practices in their work and highlights some of the issues related to implementing change initiatives.



Report from the Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy intended to highlight research-driven crime and substance-abuse interventions and spur the widespread use of such evidence-backed interventions by recipients of federal crime/substance-abuse funding.



Information on HIPPA requirements related to the mental health and criminal justice systems.



This NIDA guide summarizes the extensive body of research on drug addiction treatment in an effort to foster more widespread use of scientifically based treatment components.



This handbook suggests concrete ways of bridging the gap between research findings and clinical practice by providing guidance on identifying, implementing, and maintaining evidence-based practices.



This manual from the Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc. is written for service providers and consumers to provide practical approaches to adopting and implementing evidence-based practices.



The U.S. Dept. of Justice developed and validated this brief mental health screening instrument for use by correctional or healthcare staff to identify jail detainees requiring specialized psychiatric evaluation.



This paper discusses evidence-based practices and their use in treating persons with co-occurring disorders, discusses how evidence is used to determine if a given practice should be labeled as evidence based, and gives some brief examples.



This brief overview for mental health program leaders is aimed at program leaders trying to implement treatment for this challenging population.



This brief overview for Public Mental Health Authorities is aimed at administrators trying to implement treatment for this challenging population.



This brief overview for Practitioners and Clinical Supervisors is aimed at clinicians trying to implement treatment for this challenging population.



This NIDA guide summarizes the extensive body of research on drug addiction treatment in an effort to foster more widespread use of scientifically based treatment components.



This NIDA guide is intended to describe the treatment principles and research findings that are of particular relevance to the criminal justice community and to treatment professionals working with drug abusing offenders.



This SAMHSA document provides information about individual model programs across America and synthesizes research and evaluation findings across multiple prevention programs.



Washington State’s DMIO program, enabled by the 1999 Legislature, identifies mentally illprisoners who pose a threat to public safety and provides them services and treatment up to five years after their release from prison.



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