Questions and Answers for Lake County Service Providers: Expand All | Contract All
Why use evidence-based, research-based proven programs for delivering services in Lake County?
How do you select an evidence-based, research-based program for implementation?
How can I be licensed to provide substance abuse services and information in Lake County?
Finding Research Based Programs
A Guide to Evidence-Based Practices on the Web is the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Web page to assist the public in identifying evidence-based programs and practices that can prevent and/or treat mental and substance use disorders. A Guide to Evidence-Based Practices on the Web features 37 websites that contain information about specific evidence-based interventions or provide comprehensive reviews of research findings. The Web Guide can be used by stakeholders throughout the behavioral health field to promote awareness of current intervention research and to increase the availability and implementation of evidence-based practices.
Resource Guide Development
This resource guide was prepared by Be Free Lake working in conjunction with The Connection Helpline. Information for this resource guide was obtained from organization publications and/or the organizations as provided. If you would like your agency listed in this resource guide, please click on and fill out the "Agency INPUT Form" button on the left side of this page.
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The funds to develop and publish the Lake County Community Resource Guide were awarded to Be Free Lake by the Florida State University and the Department of Children and Families (SPF-SIG).