The link below (Evidence-Based Practices for Substance Use Disorders – EBP SUD) is a product of a joint project of the University of the Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute and theNorthwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center, with funding from the Washington State Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse and the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The first link is to the home page of this innovative effort from the Northwest.

http://adai.washington.edu/ebp/default.htm

As a part of the aforementioned website, the link below provides you with a listing of SUDs EBPs with valuable information about manuals and treatment populations. I strongly recommend adding this to your “favorites” bar.

http://adai.washington.edu/ebp/matrix.pdf

The links below are for two Reclaiming Futures websites (home page and NC specific). The development of this model was based on the developer’s desire to construct an innovative service delivery system for youth struggling with substance abuse problems and caught in the juvenile justice system. Reclaiming Futures currently has six sites and is expanding to four additional sites in North Carolina later this year.

Homepage: http://www.reclaimingfutures.org/blog/

North Carolina: http://www.reclaimingfutures.org/sites_northcarolina