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Search for an EBP

The EBP Substance Use Database is a small, but growing, database of evidence-based interventions for treating substance use disorders.  Interventions were selected according to criteria described on the About EBP page.  Each record in the database includes a description of the intervention and its implementation, populations for which it has been shown to be effective, references to supporting literature, the availability of instructional manuals, and author/developer notes and other useful information.


THREE WAYS TO FIND AN EBP:

Select EBP criteria

Select criteria in several categories, e.g. therapy type, setting, etc.
View EBP matrix
Use the matrix to quickly match interventions to population, drug problem, and availability of manual. (PDF 363 KB)
Browse EBP titles

Browse list of interventions, sorted alphabetically by title.

DISPLAY RESULTS:   Each search option will open a list of interventions in Brief format.  Click on a title to see the Full description.

 

EBP Substance Abuse was developed as a joint project of the University of the Washington Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute and the
Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center, with funding from the Washington State Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse.
It is currently maintained by ADAI. For comments or suggestions, email adai@uw.edu.


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