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Particularly if you are embarking on the first evaluation of your program, keep in mind that NREPP only reviews programs that meet certain minimum requirements, and it may take time to generate an evidence base that meets these requirements. As of the 2011-2012 open submission period, NREPP's minimum requirements specify that interventions:

  • Have been evaluated using an experimental or quasi-experimental study design;
  • Have demonstrated one or more positive change outcomes in mental health and/or substance use among individuals, communities or populations;
  • Have results that are published in a peer-reviewed publication or documented in a comprehensive evaluation report; and
  • Provide documentation, such as manuals, guides, or training materials, to facilitate broader public dissemination of the intervention.

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