|Title||Description||Developed By||Year Added|
|Interactive Data Systems||
Many states have developed interactive, online tools that provide one-stop shopping that enable users to compare data across multiples communities and counties. This resources highlights some of the systems currently available to the general public.
|IOM The Mental Health and Substance Use Workforce for Older Adults||
This document, created by the Institute of Medicine, discusses the unique challenges for the care of older adults with mental health and substance use conditions.
|Lexicon for Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration||
Developed by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, this resource offers a set of concepts and functional definitions to guide the integration of behavioral health and primary care. Its purpose is to develop a shared language that facilitates communication and collaboration across sites, disciplines, and time.
|Local and State Sources of Prevention Data||
This resource includes an annotated list of local and State data sources, including county- and community-level data.
|Locating Research on Substance Abuse||
This document describes several sources of, and guides to, research on substance abuse.
|Logic Model Development Guide||
This document was designed by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to assist organizations in creating programmatic logic models.
|Mapping Interventions to Different Levels of Risk||
This chart provides examples of promotion/prevention interventions used at various stages of the lifespan for populations at different levels of risk.
|Minimizing Evaluation Costs||
This resource offer tips for minimizing evaluation costs.
|Model Programs Guide||
This searchable database of evidence-based programs addresses the continuum of youth services, from prevention to reentry.
|National Data Sources||
This document provides an overview of national prevention data sources and databases containing consequence and consumption data.