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Evidence-Based Practices (EBP)

Evidence-based treatment and prevention practices are those that research has proved effective. AMH is adopting proven practices in addictions and mental health services. The Oregon Legislature directed DHS and four other state agencies to spend increasing shares of public dollars on evidence-based services, culminating in 75 percent by the 2009-11 budget period. Approved practices, which have undergone independent review, can be found on this Web site.

If you have questions regarding the information on this page, please contact Shawn Clark at (503) 945-9720 or Shawn.Clark@state.or.us

Approved Practices and Process

  
  
Children - Adolescents2007 Biennial Report - Effective Psychosocial Interventions for Youth with Behavioral and Emotional Needs
Joint Interim Judiciary Committee2010 Addictions and Mental Health Division Report
Approved Tribal ProgramAdventure Based
Approved Tribal ProgramApproved Tribal Practices Application Form
Approved Tribal ProgramBasketball Against Alcohol and Drugs (B.A.A.D.)
Approved Tribal ProgramCanoe Journey - Family
Approved Tribal ProgramCeremonies and Rituals
Approved Tribal ProgramCradle Boards
Approved Tribal ProgramCultural Camp
Approved Tribal ProgramDomestic Violence Group Treatment for Men
Children - AdolescentsEvidence-Based Clinical Reasoning in Children's Mental Health Services
Approved Tribal ProgramFamily Unity
Approved Tribal ProgramHealthy Relationship Curriculum
Approved Tribal ProgramHorse Program
Approved Tribal ProgramNative American Community Mobilization
Approved Tribal ProgramNative American Story-Telling
Native American PopulationPosition Paper on Native American Treatment Programs and Evidence-Based Practices
Approved Tribal ProgramPositive-Indian Parenting
Approved Tribal ProgramPow-wow
African-American PopulationResearched Practices - African-American Population
Latino PopulationResearched Practices - Latino Population
Approved Tribal ProgramRound Dance
Joint Interim Judiciary CommitteeSummary of ORS 182.525 (SB 267)
Approved Tribal ProgramSweat Lodge
Approved Tribal ProgramTalking Circle
Native American PopulationTribal Best Practices - There are many pathways
Approved Tribal ProgramTribal Crafts
Approved Tribal ProgramTribal Family Activities
Approved Tribal ProgramTribal Youth Conference
Criminal JusticeWorking with the Criminal Justice Populations

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External Links for More Information

Criminal Justice External Links

Tribal Programs Contact

Please submit applications or questions to Julie Johnson​ at (503) 945-9703
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