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Preparing an Intervention for NREPP Submission and Potential Review

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NREPP logo - SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices

Program developers voluntarily submit their interventions to NREPP for review during annual open submission periods. These submitted interventions are considered for inclusion in NREPP on the basis of clearly defined minimum review requirements. Programs meeting these requirements may be accepted for review, depending on funding resources.

Only accepted programs are reviewed by independent experts and posted on the NREPP Web site. As such, NREPP is not a comprehensive registry of all mental health and substance abuse interventions, and not all interventions submitted to NREPP are accepted for review.

The About NREPP section of the Web site provides more information on the history and purpose of NREPP.

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