Using Your Evidence Base

Submitting your program for review to the NREPP registry can be a key benchmark in the development of an EBP.

Once you’ve completed the evaluation and finalized the report, you are ready to submit your evidence to a registry.

The NREPP registry is unique in that it is the only registry solely interested in substance use disorder prevention and treatment, mental health populations, interventions, and outcomes.

NREPP reviews studies of programs representing a) a particular target population, b) a particular program type, or c) an outcome related to substance use or mental health and, in this way, includes a broad range of programs. It reviews programs at the outcome level (rather than the program level) and includes information on outcomes for which the programs do not work.

To understand the NREPP submission and review process, visit the registry.

Last Updated: 09/14/2017