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EBP Survey Report 3_1_13

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EBP Survey Report 3_1_13

  1. 1. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 1 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office Evidence Based Practice 2012 Fidelity Self-Assessment Survey Results Narrative April 5, 2013 Rob Siedlecki, Assistant Secretary of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Sterling Whisenhunt, Director, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program
  2. 2. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 2 Table of Contents OVERVIEW 3 Children’s Mental Health……………………………………………………………. 5 Adult Mental Health…………………………………………………………………. 6 Fidelity………………………………………………………………………………... 6 Technical Assistance………………………………………………………………. 8 Summary…………………………………………………………………………….. 8 REGIONAL DATA Southern ME Region…………………………………………………….... ……...11 Southeast (Broward) ME Region………………………………………..............13 Southeast (Treasure Coast) ME Region………………………………………. 15 SunCoast ME Region…………………………………………………………….. 17 Central ME Region………………………………………………………... …….. 19 Northeast ME Region……………………………………………………... ……. .21 Northwest ME Region……………………………………………………............ 23 Appendix A Southern ME Region…………………………………………………….... ……...26 Southeast (Broward) ME Region………………………………………..............31 Southeast (Treasure Coast) ME Region………………………………………. 35 SunCoast ME Region…………………………………………………………….. 38 Central ME Region………………………………………………………... …….. 43 Northeast ME Region……………………………………………………... ……. .47 Northwest ME Region……………………………………………………............ 52
  3. 3. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 3 OVERVIEW As systems of care become more accountable for funding, for ensuring positive outcomes for the individuals and families they serve, and the need to transition from existing practices to evidence-based practices is clear. Existing practices typically rely on tradition, convenience, clinicians' preferences, political correctness, marketing, and clinical experience. However, old practices are not necessarily related to improving outcomes. Because evidence-based practices are grounded in the qualifications imposed by current science, they are standardized, replicable, and effective. Research demonstrates that a switch to interventions with proven effectiveness can increase positive outcomes in large practice systems. While it is true that evidence-based practices (EBPs) are, by definition, grounded in consistent research evidence that is sufficiently specific to permit the assessment of the quality of the practices rendered as well as the outcomes, it is less clear what qualifies as “evidence.” Many models have been extensively researched and have shown consistent outcomes. However, the level and intensity of the research can vary. There are many websites devoted to identifying evidenced-based practices. Some rate the research behind the EBP using a variety of scoring mechanisms. For example, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) developed a 3-tiered rating system used by peer reviewers to evaluate the research ranging from A to C. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) published the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP), a searchable online registry of mental health and substance abuse interventions that have been reviewed and rated by independent reviewers. The descriptions of the research include a rating system (scale of 0-4) to rate the level and quality of research associated with the models. The registry, which holds over 240 models, is very useful but is not an exhaustive list. In fact, SAMHSA discourages states from requiring providers to use only the EBPs listed on the site. It is critical to determine an acceptable level of research supporting practices proclaiming to be evidence- based, including how many research evaluations have been completed and who completed the research. Based upon the review of literature, the Department has determined that, at a minimum, Department- funded EBPs must:  Have at least three (3) published research journal articles that demonstrate that use of the model produces positive outcomes for the intended population; and  The research articles are authored by sources other than the model designer Over the past decade, the Department’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office has prioritized EBP implementation through providing training opportunities of certain evidence-based practices. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Program Office has funded or directly provided training and technical assistance for the following EBPs: Florida Assertive Community Treatment (FACT), Supportive Housing, Supported Employment, the Clubhouse model, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Seeking Safety, the emerging EBP known as SOAR (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery), and Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Office, through its contract with the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA), began surveying the providers in 2010 on which EBPs were being implemented. In 2011, 133 providers responded. Through that process, specific training needs were identified and training has been conducted on the following EBPs: Motivational Interviewing; Seeking Safety; Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Solution Focused Brief Therapy; Moral Reconation Therapy; Strengthening Families; Project SUCCESS (Schools Using Coordinated Community Efforts to Strengthen Students); and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT).
  4. 4. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 4 Currently, the Department does not have a method to gather data on the use of specific EBPs utilized by community providers with the exception of a few that are identified as cost centers and reported in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Information System (SAMHIS) as service events. Currently, FACT, Clubhouse, Supported Housing and Supportive Employment are such cost centers. The chart below (Figure 1) demonstrates that during the past two fiscal years, there has not been an increase in the numbers of people served in FACT teams, Clubhouses, or Supported Employment, and there has been a decline in Supported Employment services. The stagnant numbers may be a result of the use of a non-client specific cost center that was added several years ago called Comprehensive Community Service Teams (CCST) which bundles services and includes Supported Employment and Supportive Housing. Unfortunately, it is not possible to test that hypothesis because there is no ability to break out what services are being offered specifically. Method To evaluate the statewide implementation of mental health EBPs, the Mental Health office developed a survey similar to what the substance abuse office used. It was distributed through Managing Entities (or Department Regional SAMH offices) in the fall of 2012 to providers throughout the state, including providers who offer both mental health and substance abuse services. A Managing Entity is a corporation that is under contract with the department to manage the day-to-day operational delivery of behavioral health services through an organized system of care. The survey solicited information about the best known evidence based practices and identified other EBPs that providers are using. Providers were also asked about their technical assistance needs (see Appendix). All the EBPs identified were subject to a matrix of questions regarding the level of fidelity implementation. To evaluate the provider’s perception of whether or not they are implementing the EBP to the fidelity of the model, they were asked to respond to the following questions:  This EBP is being implemented to fidelity;  Consumer feedback was used in implementation;  A community based needs assessment was conducted before starting;  The formal EBP program manual is being used;  The EBP process is integrated into written operating procedure; 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 FY10-11 FY 11-12 3,411 3,421 488 504 2,359 1,815 1,603 1,534 FACT Team Mental Health Clubhouse Supported Employment Supportive Housing IndividualsServedinFY 10-11 and FY 11-12 in EBPsFigure 1
  5. 5. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 5  Supervision provided is consistent with the EBP's manual; and  Data is being collected to test the effectiveness of this EBP. This report includes a statewide summary of responses from a total of 133 providers regarding mental health EBPs being used for children and adults, followed by detailed reports for each region. Children’s Evidence-Based Practice Implementation Statewide Summary Of the 133 providers completing the survey, 83, or 62.4 %, stated they use EBPs with children. The Children’s EBP Implementation section offered a matrix of choices on specific well-established children’s EBPs. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input. The following chart (Figure 2) shows the number of providers statewide responding to the survey who report using the listed EBPs. For a detailed list of which providers responded to the survey and which EBPs were identified, see Appendix A. As a part of the EBP implementation question, 70 “other” EBPs were reported that were not explicitly listed in the survey. The most frequently identified are shown in Figure 3 below. Of the 70 reported, 54 were verified by Department staff as evidence-based. For a detailed list of which providers responded to the survey and which EBPs were identified, see Appendix A. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Triple P Parenting Program Therapeutic Foster Care Parent-Child Interactive… Multi-Systemic Therapy Dialectical Behavior Therapy Early Childhood MH… Child Parent Psychotherapy Wrap Around Trauma-Focused CBT Number Provider's Resporting Using EBP Statewide Children'sEBP Implementation 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Stuctured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Brief Strategic Family Therapy Too Good for Drugs CBT 5 6 6 12 Number Providers Who Responded To Implementing EBP Statewide “OTHER” Children’s’ EBPs Implemented Figure 2 Figure 3
  6. 6. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 6 Adult Evidence Based Practice Implementation- Statewide Summary Of the 133 responses to the survey, 100 (75.2%) providers stated they use EBPs with adults. The following indicates the number of providers across the state implementing the listed EBPs for the adult population (Figure 4). For a detailed list of which providers responded to the survey and which EBPs were identified, see Appendix A. As a part of the EBP implementation question, providers reported “other” EBPs being implemented that were not explicitly listed in the survey. Of the 67 listed as “other” EBPs, 30 were verified by Department staff as being evidence-based. The chart below (Figure 5) depicts the most frequently reported “Other” EBPs across the state. For a detailed list of providers by each region who report using EBPs, see Appendix A. FIDELITY Evidence-Based Practices have been shown to be effective for specific populations. Although a major Department priority is to ensure that providers are implementing EBPs, it is imperative that the implemented practices are held to the fidelity of the model. Fidelity refers to maintaining the population- specific integrity of the original model design. It is one of the most important considerations when implementing an evidence-based practice. Preserving the components that made the original practice effective can directly impact the success of desired outcomes. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Clubhouse Dialetical Behavior Therapy Eye Movement… Florida Assertive… Brief Strategic Therapy Supportive Housing Supported Employment SSI/SSDI Outreach Access… Trauma Focused-CBT Motivational Interviewing 13 14 14 18 24 37 38 40 40 69 Number Providers Who Responded To Implementing EBP Statewide Adult EBP Implementation 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Solution Focused Therapy Illness Management Recovery Wellness Recovery Action Plan Seeking Safety Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Statewide "Other" Adult EBP Implementation Figure 4 Figure 5
  7. 7. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 7 To maintain and ensure fidelity, it is important to:  Continually review the manual and ensure utilizing practice as it is prescribed  Discuss practice in supervision  Incorporate principles of the practice into program policy and procedures  Ensure practice specific training is added to orientation materials  Complete annual fidelity checks The EBP self assessment survey addressed these crucial components as related to each EBP reported. Across the state, the survey indicated that 68% of children’s EBPs are being implemented to the fidelity of the model. For EBPs for use with adults, 60% of the respondents indicated that the EBPs are being implemented to fidelity. The following results indicate the number of provider’s who report implementing each given EBP for children (see Table 1) and adults (see Table 2) statewide to fidelity as displayed in the survey matrix. Children’s Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy 17 12 8 6 5 6 6 7 DBT-Adolescent 12 7 5 3 4 3 5 3 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 13 11 10 4 6 8 9 7 Multi-Systemic Therapy 11 9 5 5 4 3 7 3 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy 9 6 4 4 3 4 4 3 Therapeutic Foster Care 8 6 7 2 3 4 5 2 Trauma Focused CBT 39 23 14 10 19 13 18 13 Triple P Parenting Program 5 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 Wrap Around 19 12 11 4 9 9 11 6 Table 1: Table shows number of responses statewide for each listed children’s EBP as seen in the survey matrix. Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Brief Strategic Therapy 24 13 14 4 6 9 12 4 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 18 16 10 4 17 14 17 11 Clubhouse 13 8 9 7 9 7 10 6 Dialectical BehaviorTherapy 14 7 2 2 6 6 5 3 Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing 14 10 4 2 8 7 11 3 Motivational Interviewing 69 39 23 12 28 29 32 16 Supported Employment 38 22 12 8 15 21 17 13 Supportive Housing 37 19 12 11 15 20 16 13 SSI/SSDI Outreach Access Recovery (SOAR) 40 25 11 10 23 13 24 14 Trauma Focused-Cognitive BehaviorTherapy 40 25 18 13 22 17 22 15 Table 2: Table shows number of responses statewide for each listed adult EBP as seen in the survey matrix.
  8. 8. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 8 Request for Technical Assistance (TA) and Training Statewide The survey concluded by asking providers to identify their interest in training/TA on specific evidence- based practices. The tables below show a statewide overview of provider’s interest in receiving more information related to specified EBP for children and adults. Children's Mental Health Request for TA Count Percent Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 31 23% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy(TF- CBT) 30 23% Adolescent Coping WithDepression (CWD-A) 25 19% Child-Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 21 16% Parent-Child InteractionTherapy 21 16% Dialectical Behavioral Therapy-Adolescent 17 11% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma in Schools (CBITS) 14 13% Multidimensional FamilyTherapy(MDFT) 13 10% Multi-systemic Therapy(MST) for Juvenile Offenders 13 10% Triple PPositive Parenting 13 10% Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach (A-CRA) 12 9% EarlyChildhood MentalHealthConsultation 11 8% Life Skills Training(LST) 11 8% Wraparound 8 6% NurturingParentingPrograms 7 5% ReconnectingYouth:A Peer GroupApproachto BuildingLife Skills 7 5% Children's Summer Treatment Program(STP) 5 4% Families andSchools Together (FAST) 5 4% Incredible Years 5 4% IMPACT(evidence supportednot EBP) 3 2% Nurse-FamilyPartnership 3 2% Teaching Students ToBe Peacemakers 3 2% Safe Dates 2 1% STARS for Families 2 1% Familias Unidas 1 1% Table 3: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question. SUMMARY Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices has been identified as one of the Department’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health (SAMH) office priorities. Through this survey, the SAMH program office was able to establish a baseline of which evidence based practices (EBPs) are being implemented throughout the state currently, develop a better understanding of which EBPs are being implemented according to the fidelity of the model, and identify the need for further technical assistance and training on specific EBPs. This survey will be disseminated annually to measure increases in the use of EBPs across the state and identify needs for technical assistance and training. As promoting the use of EBP’s with high degree of fidelity continues to be a strategic initiative of the Department’s SAMH program office, it is critical that providers establish a clear picture of current performance. Self-assessment allows the rater to evaluate and form conclusions about their own performance level and act upon those conclusions thereby creating a development plan. It is hoped that Adult Mental Health Request for TA Count Percent Brief Strategic Therapy 47 35% Trauma FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy 47 35% MotivationalEnhancement Therapy 38 29% MotivationalInterviewing 38 29% Dialectical Behavioral Therapy(DBT) 34 26% Acceptance and Commitment Therapy(ACT) for Depression 30 23% Supportive Housing 28 21% Eye Movement Desensitizationand Reprocessing(EMDR) 25 19% SSI/SSDI Access, Outreach and Recovery (SOAR) 22 17% Wellness Outreachat Work 21 16% SupportedEmployment 19 14% Reinforcement-Based Therapeutic Workplace 14 13% Clubhouse 12 9% Florida Assertive CommunityTreatment (FACT) 10 8% Table 4: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question.
  9. 9. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 9 this information is useful to the Managing Entities as they develop their substance abuse and mental health systems. Such assessments of the system can lay the groundwork for continuous quality improvement efforts. The Mental Health Evidence Based Practice Fidelity Self Assessment Survey can provide further outcome data to assist with such efforts. In addition, a series of tools, training materials, and technical assistance will be developed to support the Managing Entities spread the use of evidence- based practices.
  10. 10. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 10 Substance Abuse & Mental Health Program Office EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICES BY MANAGING ENTITY REGION
  11. 11. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 11 Southern Managing Entity Region (Monroe and Miami/Dade Counties) The Southern ME Region yielded the greatest number of responses: 54. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input. There were 29 providers who reported using EBPs with children and 26 with adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed EBPs and allowed providers to write-in up to 5 additional EBPs; each section had corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The graphs below do not include the write-in EBPs. For a complete listing of all EBPs reported, see Appendix A. Below depicts the number of providers reporting using EBPs for children (Figure 6) and adults (Figure 7) in the Southern ME Region. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DBT-Adolescent Triple P Parenting Program Parent-Child Interactive Therapy Child Parent Psychotherapy Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Therapeutic Foster Care Multi-Systemic Therapy Wrap Around Trauma Focused CBT 1 1 3 4 4 4 6 7 9 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Southern ME Region: Children’sEBP Implementation 0 5 10 15 20 Dialetical Behavior Therapy Florida Assertive Community Treatment Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Clubhouse Brief Strategic Therapy Trauma Focused-CBT Supported Employment Supportive Housing SOAR Motivational Interviewing 2 3 3 4 6 9 10 10 15 18 Number Provider's Responding to Using EBP Southern ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 6 Figure 7
  12. 12. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 12 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 83% of the children’s EBPs to fidelity and 73% of the adult EBPs to fidelity. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training on specific evidence-based practices or request for more information. For Children’s EBPs (Table 5), 20 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 23 EBPs. For adults (Table 6), 25 providers requested more information and technical assistance regarding 14 EBPs . Children’s Evidence-Based Practices % Response Adolescent Coping WithDepression 45% Therapeutic Foster Care 35% Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach(A-CRA) 30% NurturingParentingPrograms 30% Multidimensional FamilyTherapy 25% Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 20% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma inSchools 20% Medical Home Model(evidence supported promising practice 20% Child-Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 15% Children's Summer Treatment Program 15% Familias Unidas 15% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy 15% DBT-Adolescent 10% Incredible Years 10% LifeSkillsTraining 10% Parent-Child InteractionTherapy 10% Safe Dates 10% Triple PPositive Parenting 10% Wraparound 10% EarlyChildhood MentalHealthConsultation 5% IMPACT(evidence supported, not EBP) 5% Multisystemic Therapyfor Juvenile Offenders 5% ReconnectingYouth:A Peer Group Approachto BuildingLife Skills 5% Table 5: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question. Adult Evidence-Based Practices % Response Trauma FocusedCBT 64% Brief Strategic Therapy 52% Dialectical Behavior Therapy 48% MotivationalEnhancement Therapy 48% Eye Movement Desensitizationand Reprocessing 44% MotivationalInterviewing 44% SOAR 44% Acceptance and Commitment Therapyfor Depression 36% SupportedEmployment 36% Supportive Housing 36% Clubhouse 28% Wellness Outreachat Work 28% Reinforcement-Based Therapeutic Workplace 24% (Florida) Assertive CommunityTreatment (FACT) 16% Table 6 : Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question.
  13. 13. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 13 Southeast Managing Entity Region (Broward County) There were a total of 10 responses for this region. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input; 3 providers report using EBPs with children and 8 with adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed EBPs and an option to write-in 5 additional EBPs; each section had corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The graphs below show the EBPs reported being used by the number of providers responding for EBPs with children (Figure 12) and adults (Figure 13) For a complete listing of all EBPs reported, see Appendix A. Below depicts the number of providers reporting using EBPs for children (Figure 8) and adults (Figure 9) in the Southeast ME Region. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 Multi-Systemic Therapy Trauma Focused CBT Wrap Around Seeking Safety Solution Focused Therapy Consumer run mutual support programs CBT 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Southeast (Broward) Region:Children's EBP Implementation 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 Florida Assertive Community Treatment Supportive Housing Brief Strategic Therapy Seeking Safety Trauma Focused-CBT SOAR CBT Supported Employment Motivational Interviewing Series1,4 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Southeast (Broward) ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 8 Figure 9
  14. 14. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 14 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 100% of the children’s EBPs to fidelity and 64% of adult EBPs to fidelity. See Appendix A for a list of providers. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training on specific evidence-based practices or receipt of more information For Children’s Mental Health (Table 7), 4 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 12 EBPs. For Adult Mental Health (Table 8), 7 providers requested more information and technical assistance regarding 10 EBPs. Children’s Evidence-Based Practices % Response Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach 25% Adolescent Coping WithDepression 25% Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 25% Child-Parent Psychotherapy 25% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma in Schools 50% DBT-Adolescent 25% Families andSchools Together 25% LifeSkillsTraining 25% Medical Home Model(evidence supported promising practice) 50% ReconnectingYouth:A Peer GroupApproachto BuildingLife Skills 25% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy 50% Triple PPositive Parenting 25% Table 7: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question. Adult Evidence-Based Practices % Response Acceptance and Commitment Therapyfor Depression 14% Brief Strategic Therapy 14% Dialectical Behavior Therapy 14% Eye Movement Desensitizationand Reprocessing 29% Florida Assertive CommunityTreatment 29% MotivationalInterviewing 14% SupportedEmployment 14% Supportive Housing 14% Trauma FocusedCBT 43% Wellness Outreachat Work 29% Table 8: Represents percentage of providers who responded to question.
  15. 15. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 15 Southeast Treasure Coast Managing Entity Region (Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee Counties) There were a total of 15 responses for this region. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input; 7 providers report using EBPs with children and 9 with adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed EBPs and an option to write-in 5 additional EBPs; each section had corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The graphs below show the EBPs providers responded to. For a complete listing of all EBPs reported, see Appendix A. Below is the number of providers responding to using children’s EBPs (Figure 10) and adult EBPs (Figure 11) in the Southeast Treasure Coast ME Region. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 Applied Behavioral Analysis EMDR Motivational Interviewing Too Good for Drugs Positive Action Reconnecting Youth Systematic Training for Effective Parenting DBT-Adolescent Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation CBT Positive Options Program Child Parent Psychotherapy Trauma Focused-CBT Triple P Parenting Program 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Southeast (Treasure Coast) ME Region: Children'sEBP Implementation 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 Dialetical Behavior Therapy Florida Assertive Community Treatment Brief Strategic Therapy SOAR Double Trouble Housing First Supportive Housing Trauma Focused CBT Motivational Interviewing Supported Employment 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Southeast (Treasure Coast) ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 10 Figure 11
  16. 16. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 16 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 71% of the children’s EBPs to fidelity and 61% of the adult EBPs to fidelity. See Appendix A for a listing. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training on specific evidence-based practices or receipt of more information For Children’s Mental Health (Table 9), 9 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 18 EBPs. In Adult Mental Health (Table 10), 8 providers requested more information and technical assistance regarding 14 EBPs. Table 9: Represents percentage of providers who responded to question. Children’s Evidence-Based Practices % Response Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach 33% Adolescent Coping WithDepression 56% Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 33% Child-Parent Psychotherapy 22% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma inSchools 22% DBT-Adolescent 44% EarlyChildhood MentalHealthConsultation 44% Families andSchools Together 11% Incredible Years 33% LifeSkillsTraining (LST) 22% Multidimensional FamilyTherapy(MDFT) 22% Multisystemic Therapy(MST) for Juvenile Offenders 11% NurturingParentingPrograms 11% Parent-Child InteractionTherapy 44% Teaching Students ToBe Peacemakers 22% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) 67% Triple PPositive Parenting 33% Wraparound 11% Adult Evidence-Based Practices % Response Acceptance and Commitment Therapy(ACT) for Depression 56% Brief Strategic Therapy 56% Clubhouse 22% Dialectical Behavior Therapy(DBT) 67% Eye Movement DesensitizationandReprocessing 33% Florida Assertive CommunityTreatment (FACT) 22% MotivationalEnhancement Therapy 67% MotivationalInterviewing 78% Reinforcement-Based Therapeutic Workplace 22% SupportedEmployment 22% Supportive Housing 33% SOAR 33% Trauma FocusedCBT 44% Wellness Outreachat Work 44% Table 10: Represents percentage of providers who responded to question.
  17. 17. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 17 SunCoast Managing Entity Region (Pasco, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Charlotte, Glades, Hendry, Polk, Hardee, Highlands, Lee, and Collier Counties) There were a total of 26 responses for this region. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input; 13 providers report using EBPs with children and 16 for adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed EBPs and an option to write-in 5 additional EBPs; each section had corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The graphs below show the most frequently report EBPs by the number of providers responding for EBPS with children (Figure 12) and adults (Figure 13) in the SunCoast ME Region. For a complete listing of providers in region and EBPs they report using, see Appendix A. 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 Brief Stategic Nurturing Families Psychoeducation DBT-Adolescent Parent-Child Interactive Therapy Brief Strategic Family Therapy Nurturing Families Psychoeducation Child Parent Psychotherapy Early Childhood Mental Health… Trauma Focused CBT Wrap Around CBT 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Suncoast ME Region: Children'sEBP Implementation 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Dialetical Behavior Therapy SOAR Supported Employment EMDR Co-Occurring Integrated Treatment Illness Management Recovery Psychoeducation Florida Assertive Community Treatment Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Brief Strategic Therapy Supportive Housing Clubhouse Trauma Focused-CBT Motivational Interviewing 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 14 Number Providers Responding To Using EBP Suncoast ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 12 Figure 13
  18. 18. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 18 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 59% of the EBPs to fidelity for both adults and children. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training and information on EBP. For Children’s Mental Health (Table 11), 14 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 16 EBPs. In Adult Mental Health (Table 12), 6 providers requested more information and technical assistance regarding 13 EBPs. Children’s Evidence-Based Practices % Response Child-Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 100% Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 83% Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach 50% Multidimensional FamilyTherapy 50% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy 50% EarlyChildhood MentalHealthConsultation 33% Medical Home Model(evidence supported promising practice ) 33% Children's Summer Treatment Program 17% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma in Schools 17% DBT-Adolescent 17% IMPACT(evidence supported, not EBP) 17% Incredible Years 17% Multisystemic Therapy for Juvenile Offenders 17% NurturingParentingPrograms 17% Parent-Child Interaction Therapy 17% Triple PPositive Parenting 17% Table 11: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question. Adult EBP % Response Brief Strategic Therapy 86% MotivationalInterviewing 71% MotivationalEnhancement Therapy 64% Trauma FocusedCBT 50% Supportive Housing 43% Acceptance and Commitment Therapyfor Depression 36% Dialectical Behavior Therapy 21% Eye Movement DesensitizationandReprocessing (EMDR) 21% SOAR 21% Wellness Outreachat Work 21% (Florida) Assertive CommunityTreatment 14% Reinforcement-Based Therapeutic Workplace 7% Table 12: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question.
  19. 19. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 19 Central Managing Entity Region (Seminole, Orange, Osceola, and Brevard Counties) There were a total of 16 responses for this region. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input; 7 providers report using 20 EBPs with children and 12 for adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed EBPs and an option to write-in 5 additional EBPs; both with corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The graphs below show the most frequently report EBPs by the number of providers responding for EBPS with children (Figure 14) and adults (Figure 15) in the Central ME Region. For a complete listing of providers who reported using EBP see Appendix A. 0 1 2 3 4 5 Child Parent Psychotherapy DBT-Adolescent Wrap Around EMDR Trauma Focused CBT 2 2 2 2 5 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Central ME Region: Children'sEBP Implementation 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Seeking Safety Wellness Recovery Action Plan Clubhouse Brief Strategic Therapy Florida Assertive Community Treatment Dialetical Behavior Therapy EMDR Supported Employment SOAR Supportive Housing Motivational Interviewing Trauma Focused CBT 2 2 2 3 3 4 5 5 5 6 8 8 Number Providers Respondign To Using EBP Central ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 14 Figure 15
  20. 20. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 20 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 77% of the children’s EBPs to fidelity and 50% of the adult EBPs to fidelity. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training on specific evidence-based practices or receipt of more information For Children’s Mental Health, 7 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 18 EBPs. In Adult Mental Health, 16 providers requested more information and technical assistance regarding 11 requested EBPs. Children’s Evidence-Based Practices % Response Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach (A-CRA) 14% Adolescent Coping WithDepression 57% Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 71% Child-Parent Psychotherapy 43% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma in Schools (CBITS) 29% DBT-Adolescent 29% IMPACT(evidence supportednot EBP) 14% LifeSkillsTraining 43% Medical Home Model(evidence supported promising practice) 29% Multidimensional FamilyTherapy 43% Multisystemic Therapyfor Juvenile Offenders 43% NurturingParentingPrograms 14% Parent-Child InteractionTherapy 57% ReconnectingYouth:A Peer GroupApproachto BuildingLife Skills 29% Safe Dates 14% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy 57% Triple PPositive Parenting 14% Wraparound 29% Table 13: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question. Adult Evidence-Based Practices % Response Acceptance and Commitment Therapyfor Depression 31% Brief Strategic Therapy 25% Dialectical Behavior Therapy(DBT) 13% Eye Movement DesensitizationandReprocessing 19% MotivationalEnhancement Therapy 13% MotivationalInterviewing 19% Reinforcement-Based Therapeutic Workplace 19% SupportedEmployment 6% Supportive Housing 13% SOAR 19% Trauma FocusedCBT 38% Table 12: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question.
  21. 21. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 21 Northeast Managing Entity Region (Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Columbia, Alachua, Baker, Union, Bradford, Nassau, Duval, Clay, St. Johns, Putnam, Flagler, Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Sumter, Lake, and Volusia Counties) Lutheran Services of Florida is contracted to be the SAMH Northeast ME Region. There were a total of 27 responses for this region. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input; 19 providers report using EBPs with children and 17 for adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed EBPs and an option to write-in 5 additional EBPs; both with corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The graphs below show the most frequently report EBPs by the number of providers responding for EBPS with children (Figure 16) and adults (Figure 17) Northeast ME Region. For a complete listing of all providers who report using EBPs see Appendix A. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Multi-Systemic Therapy Parent-Child Interactive Therapy Wraparound Seeking Safety Child Parent Psychotherapy DBT-Adolescent Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Trauma Focused CBT 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 12 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Northeast ME Region: Children'sEBP Implementation 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Florida Assertive Community Treatment Seeking Safety Clubhouse Dialetical Behavior Therapy (DBT) EMDR Supported Employment Brief Strategic Therapy Supportive Housing SOAR Trauma Focused-CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Motivational Interviewing 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 14 Number Providers Responding To Using EBP Northeast ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 16 Figure 17
  22. 22. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 22 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 69% of the children’s EBPs to fidelity and 52% of the adult EBPs to fidelity. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training on specific evidence-based practices or receipt of more information For Children’s Mental Health, 15 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 21 EBPs. In Adult Mental Health, 12 providers requested more information and technical assistance regarding 13 requested EBPs. Children’s Evidence-Based Practices % Response Adolescent CommunityReinforcement Approach 8% Adolescent Coping WithDepression 67% Brief Strategic FamilyTherapy 58% Child-Parent Psychotherapy 42% Children's Summer Treatment Program 8% Cognitive Behavioral Interventionfor Trauma inSchools 17% DBT-Adolescent 42% EarlyChildhood MentalHealthConsultation 17% IMPACT(evidence supportednot EBP) 8% LifeSkillsTraining 25% Medical Home Model(evidence supported promising practice, not Evidence Based) 8% Multidimensional FamilyTherapy 8% Multisystemic Therapy for Juvenile Offenders 25% Nurse-FamilyPartnership 17% NurturingParentingPrograms 33% Parent-Child InteractionTherapy 42% ReconnectingYouth:A Peer GroupApproachto BuildingLife Skills 17% Teaching Students ToBe Peacemakers 8% Trauma-FocusedCognitive Behavioral Therapy 58% Triple PPositive Parenting 33% Wraparound 25% Table15: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question. Adult Evidence-Based Practices % Response Acceptance and Commitment Therapyfor Depression 40% Brief Strategic Therapy 80% Clubhouse 20% Dialectical Behavior Therapy 60% Eye Movement DesensitizationandReprocessing 20% MotivationalEnhancement Therapy 53% MotivationalInterviewing 40% Reinforcement-Based Therapeutic Workplace 13% SupportedEmployment 33% Supportive Housing 47% SOAR 20% Trauma FocusedCBT 60% Wellness Outreachat Work 33% Table 13: Represents percentage of providers who responded to the question.
  23. 23. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 23 Northwest Managing Entity Region (Madison, Taylor, Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Liberty, Franklin, Gadsden, Wakulla, Leon, and Jefferson Counties) There were a total of 6 responses for this region. Data was analyzed to remove duplication and extraneous input; 3 providers report using EBPs with children and 2 for adults. The survey provided a matrix of 9 listed and an option to write-in 5 additional EBPs; both with corresponding questions on implementation and fidelity. The “other” EBPs reported were later verified by Department staff as being evidence-based and only EBPs were expressed in this report. The graphs below show only EBPs reported to being used by the number of providers responding for EBPS with children (Figure 12) and adults (Figure 13) For a complete listing of providers who reported using EBP see Appendix A. 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 Active Parenting Now Active Parenting of Teens Systematic Training for Effective Parenting Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders Motivational Interviewing Solution Focused Therapy Intensive Family Intervention Child Parent Psychotherapy DBT-Adolescent Parent-Child Interactive Therapy Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Therapeutic Foster Care Trauma Focused CBT Wraparound 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Northwest ME Region: Children'sEBP Implementation 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 2.00 Solution Focused Therapy The Matrix model Brief Strategic Therapy Trauma Focused CBT EMDR Supportive Housing Florida Assertive Community Treatment Dialetical Behavior Therapy Motivational Interviewing Supported Employment 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 Number Provider's Responding To Using EBP Northwest ME Region: Adult EBP Implementation Figure 18 Figure 19 re 21 STTMS
  24. 24. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 24 Fidelity- As part of the EBP Implementation matrix question, each provider was asked to report on the fidelity for each EBP being used. The specific results of the fidelity measures can be found in Appendix A. Overall, providers reported using 48% of the children’s EBPs to fidelity and 52% of the adult EBPs to fidelity. Request for Training and Technical Assistance- Providers identified their interest in training on specific evidence-based practices or receipt of more information For Children’s Mental Health, 2 providers responded requesting more information or technical assistance regarding 6 EBPs. In Adult Mental Health, 1 provider requested more information and technical assistance regarding 2 requested EBPs. Evidence-BasedPractices Life Management Center Lakeview Center Inc. Children’s Brief StrategicFamilyTherapy   Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP)  Cognitive Behavioral InterventionforTraumainSchools  Dialectical BehaviorTherapy-Adolescent  Early ChildhoodMental Health Consultation  Parent-ChildInteractionTherapy  Adult  Dialectical BehaviorTherapy   Trauma FocusedCBT   Table17: Represents providers responding to the question.
  25. 25. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 25 Appendix A Regional Scorecards
  26. 26. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 26 Appendix A Southern ME Region- South Florida Behavioral Health Regional Score Card-Fidelity Managing Entity Region: Southern Children's Evidence-Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy 4 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 DBT-Adolescent 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 4 5 1 2 3 2 4 2 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 6 5 3 2 2 2 4 1 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy 3 2 3 3 1 2 2 1 Therapeutic Foster Care 4 3 3 1 2 2 4 0 Trauma Focused CBT 9 5 6 3 6 4 4 1 Triple P Parenting Program 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 Wrap Around 7 6 5 2 4 4 6 1 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 42 36 29 15 36 22 36 20 Managing Entity Region: Southern Adult Evidence-Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Solution Focused Therapy 6 5 5 2 2 4 4 1 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 3 3 2 1 3 2 3 2 Clubhouse 4 3 2 2 3 1 3 2 Dialectical BehaviorTherapy 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 EMDR 3 2 0 0 1 3 3 0 Motivational Interviewing 18 12 8 6 10 9 11 7 Supported Employment 10 6 3 3 4 6 5 3 Supportive Housing 10 8 3 4 5 7 6 4 SOAR 15 10 5 5 8 8 12 6 TF-CBT 9 8 5 6 6 6 6 5 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 37 33 33 13 30 18 32 19
  27. 27. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 27 Southern ME Region: Children'sEBPImplementation Provider List AdolescentCommunityReinforcement BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy CannabisYouthTreatmentModel ChildParentPsychotherapy(CPP) CognitiveBehavioralTherapy DBT-Adolescent EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation FamilyCenteredTreatment FunctionalFamilyTherapy GAINQ MotivationalInterviewing MultidimensionalTreatmentFosterCare Multi-SystemicTherapy NurturingParentingProgram Parent-ChildInteractiveTherapy(PCIT) SOAR SolutionFocusedFamilyTherapy StructuralFamilyTherapy TeenIntervene TheatreTroupePeerEducation TherapeuticFosterCare TherapeuticFosterCare-ParentingTraining TooGoodforDrugs TooGoodForViolence TraumaFocusedCBT(TFCBT) TraumaIncidentReduction TriplePParentingProgram WRAP WrapAround +Center for Family and ChildEnrichment         AGAPE NETWORK     Camillus House, Inc.  CatholicCharities St. Luke's Center  Citrus HealthNetwork, Inc    CommunityHealth of South Florida, Inc  Concept House,Inc.           DCF SAMH  Douglas Gardens Community Mental Health   Family Resource Centerof SouthFlorida,Inc.    Federationof Families, Miami-DadeChapter           Guidance, CareCenter, Inc.   Institute for Child and Family Health(ICFH)  Institute for Family Centered Services    JacksonNorthMental health Center  Kristi House,Inc.  Miami Dade County JuvenileServices       New Horizons Community Mental Health   Our ChildrenOur Future,Inc.   Passageway        ReCapturing theVisionInternational, Inc         Volunteers of America of Florida    
  28. 28. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 28 Request for More Information:Children’sEBP Implementation Provider List A(A-CRA) (CWD-A) BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy (CPP) (STP) (CBITS) DBT-Adolescent ECMHC FamiliasUnidas IMPACT IncredibleYears LifeSkillsTraining(LST) MedicalHomeModel (MDFT) (MST) NurturingParentingPrograms Parent-ChildInteractionTherapyReconnectingYouth:APeerGroup ApproachtoBuildingLifeSkills SafeDates STARSforFamiliesTeachingStudentsToBe Peacemakers TherapeuticFosterCare (TF-CBT) TriplePPositiveParenting Wraparound JacksonNorthMental health Center      ConceptHouse,Inc.    Kristi House,Inc.      ReCapturingthe VisionInternational  FamilyResource Centerof South Florida,Inc.    Institute forFamilyCentered Services   JacksonMental HealthHospital    +CenterforFamilyandChild Enrichment       Agape Network   Miami Behavioral HealthCenter  Institute forChildandFamilyHealth (ICFH)   CommunityHealthof S.Florida,Inc       RegisHouse,Inc.      Switchboardof Miami  DCF SAMH     Guidance,Care Center,Inc.     
  29. 29. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 29 Southern ME Region: AdultEBP Implementation Mental Health Provider Acceptanceand CommitmentTherapy BriefStrategicTherapy CCST Clubhouse CognitiveBehavioral Therapy(CBT) DialecticBehavior Therapy(DBT) Drop-InsCenters EMDR FamilyCenteredTherapy FloridaAssertive CommunityTreatment HazeldenLivingin Balance MotivationalInterviewing SeekingSafety SOAR SocialRehabilitation programming SolutionFocusedTherapy StressInoculationTraining forCopingwithStressors SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing TF-CBT WRAP +Center for FamilyandChild Enrichment  AGAPE NETWORK   Betterwayof Miami    Camillus House, Inc.  Carrfour Supportive Housing  Catholic Charities at St. Luke's Center  Citrus HealthNetwork, Inc      CommunityHealth ofSouth Florida, Inc          Concept House, Inc.     Douglas Gardens CommunityMental Health       FamilyResource Center of SouthFlorida, Inc.   Federationof Families, Miami-Dade Chapter  Fresh Start of Miami-Dade, Inc.   Guidance, Care Center, Inc.     Institute for ChildandFamilyHealth(ICFH)  JacksonCommunityMental Health Center   JacksonMental HealthHospital       JacksonNorth Mental healthCenter       Kristi House, Inc.   Lower Keys Medical Center      Miami Behavioral Health Center, Inc.      Passageway    FellowshipHouse       ReCapturingthe Vision International, Inc      Regis House, Inc.     Spectrum Programs, Inc      The KeyClubhouse ofSouth Florida   Volunteers of America of Florida   
  30. 30. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 30 Southern ME Region: AdultEBP Request for More Information Mental Health Provider AcceptanceandCommitment Treatment BriefStrategicTherapy Clubhouse DBT EMDR FACT MotivationalEnhancement Therapy MotivationalInterviewing Reinforcement-Based TherapeuticWorkplace SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing SOAR TraumaFocusedCBT WellnessOutreachatWork JacksonNorthMental healthCenter    ConceptHouse,Inc.         The KeyClubhouse of SouthFlorida     AGAPENETWORK      Volunteersof Americaof Florida          Kristi House,Inc.       DouglasGardensCommunityMental HealthCenter             ReCapturingthe VisionInternational,Inc     FamilyResource Centerof SouthFlorida,Inc.       Institute forFamilyCentered Services   Betterwayof Miami       JacksonMental HealthHospital  CamillusHouse,Inc.     Passageway               +CenterforFamily andChildEnrichment   SpectrumPrograms,Inc  Miami Behavioral HealthCenter,Inc.  CommunityHealthof SouthFlorida,Inc      RegisHouse,Inc.    Passageway    LowerKeysMedical Center   Guidance,Care Center,Inc.     
  31. 31. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 31 Appendix A: Southeast (Broward) ME Region- Broward Behavioral Health RegionalScore Card-Fidelity Southeast (Broward) Children's Evidence Based Practice Is being used used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DBT-Adolescent 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Therapeutic Foster Care 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Trauma Focused CBT (TF CBT) 1 1 1 1 1 Triple P Parenting Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wrap Around 1 1 1 1 1 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 6 6 1 1 4 2 4 5 Southeast (Broward) Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Brief Strategic Therapy 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 Clubhouse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dialectical BehaviorTherapy (DBT) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EMDR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Motivational Interviewing 3 2 2 0 1 2 2 1 Supported Employment 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 Supportive Housing 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 (SOAR) 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 TF-CBT) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 11 11 6 6 9 7 9 10
  32. 32. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 32 SoutheastBroward ME RegionProvider List Mental Health Provider BriefStrategicTherapy CognitiveBehavioralTherapy Consumerrunadvocacy program ConsumerrunDrop-InCenter Consumerrunmutualsupport programs(peersupport) FloridaAssertiveCommunity Treatment MotivationalInterviewing Multi-SystemicTherapy Non-volientCrisisIntervention SeekingSafety SOAR solutionfocusedtreatment SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing TraumaFocusedCBT(TFCBT) WrapAround CovenantHouse Florida  BrowardHealthMedical Center   SilverImpact,Inc.     HendersonBehavioral Health,Inc.       TaskForce Fore Ending Homelessness,Inc.    BrowardPartnershipfor the Homeless,Inc.     The ChrysalisCenter,Inc. d/b/aChrysalisHealth    
  33. 33. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 33 Southeast(Broward) ME Region: Children's EBP Request for More Information CovenantHouse Florida SchoolBoard ofBrowardCounty HendersonBehavioral Health,Inc. TheChrysalisCenter AdolescentCommunityReinforcementApproach (A-CRA)  AdolescentCopingWithDepression(CWD-A)  Brief StrategicFamilyTherapy  Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP)  Cognitive Behavioral InterventionforTraumainSchools (CBITS)   DBT-Adolescent  Families andSchoolsTogether(FAST)  LifeSkillsTraining(LST)  Medical Home Model (evidencesupportedpromising practice not Evidence Based)   ReconnectingYouth:A PeerGroupApproachto Building Life Skills  Trauma-Focused Cognitive BehavioralTherapy(TF-CBT)   Triple PPositive Parenting  
  34. 34. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 34 Southeast(Broward) ME Region: AdultEBP Request for More Information Mental HealthProvider AcceptanceandCommitment Therapy(ACT)forDepression BriefStrategicTherapy DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EyeMovementDesensitizationand Reprocessing(EMDR) (Florida)AssertiveCommunityTreatment(FACT) MotivationalInterviewing SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing TraumaFocusedCBT WellnessOutreachatWork CovenantHouse Florida  BrowardHealthMedical Center   SilverImpact,Inc.  HendersonBehavoral Health,Inc.   TaskForce Fore EndingHomelessness,Inc.   BrowardPartnershipforthe Homeless,Inc.    The ChrysalisCenter    
  35. 35. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 35 Appendix A: Southeast (Treasure Coast) ME Region RegionalScore Card-Fidelity Managing Entity Region: Southeast (Treasure Coast) Children's Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 DBT-Adolescent 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Therapeutic Foster Care 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Trauma Focused CBT (TF CBT) 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Triple P Parenting Program 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 Wrap Around 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 7 5 4 1 2 2 2 4 Managing Entity Region: Southeast (Treasure Coast) Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Brief Strategic Therapy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 Clubhouse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dialectical BehaviorTherapy (DBT) 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 EMDR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Motivational Interviewing 3 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 Supported Employment 5 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 Supportive Housing 4 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 SOAR 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 Trauma Focused -CBT 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 15 14 10 11 12 13 12 10
  36. 36. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 36 Southeast(Treasure Coast) ME Region:Children'sEBP Request for More Information AdolescentCommunity ReinforcementApproach(A-CRA) AdolescentCopingWithDepression (CWD-A) BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP) CognitiveBehavioralInterventionfor TraumainSchools(CBITS) DBT-Adolescent EarlyChildhoodMentalHealth Consultation FamiliesandSchoolsTogether(FAST) IncredibleYears LifeSkillsTraining(LST) MultidimensionalFamilyTherapy (MDFT) MultisystemicTherapy(MST)for JuvenileOffenders NurturingParentingPrograms Parent-ChildInteractionTherapy TeachingStudentsToBePeacemakers Trauma-FocusedCognitiveBehavioral Therapy(TF-CBT) TriplePPositiveParenting Wraparound Sandy Pines      Behavior Basics    Housing Partnership,Inc.  Parent-Child Center           South County Mental Health Center        National Allianceon Mental Illnessof PalmBeach County, Inc.     Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health       Partnership for a Drug Free Community of South Florida      Partnership for a Drug Free Community of South Florida        
  37. 37. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 37 Southeast(Treasure Coast) ME Region:Adult EBP Request for More Information Mental Health Provider AcceptanceandCommitmentTherapy(ACT) forDepression BriefStrategicTherapy Clubhouse DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EyeMovementDesensitizationand Reprocessing(EMDR) (Florida)AssertiveCommunityTreatment (FACT) MotivationalEnhancementTherapy MotivationalInterviewing Reinforcement-BasedTherapeuticWorkplace SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing SOAR TraumaFocusedCBT WellnessOutreachatWork Mental Health Resource Center, Inc.        Housing Partnership, Inc.   Parent-Child Center      South County Mental Health Center        National Alliance on Mental Illness of Palm Beach County, Inc.    Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health             Palm Beach Habilitation Center, Inc.    Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health              
  38. 38. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 38 Appendix A: Suncoast ME Region- Central Florida Behavioral Health Network RegionalScore Card- Managing Entity Region: SunCoast Children's Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 DBT-Adolescent 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 3 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 Therapeutic Foster Care 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Trauma Focused CBT (TF CBT) 3 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 Triple P Parenting Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wrap Around 3 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 29 20 13 8 14 11 14 6 Managing Entity Region: SunCoast Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Brief Strategic Therapy 4 2 2 0 1 2 2 1 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 Clubhouse 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 Dialectical BehaviorTherapy (DBT) 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EMDR 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Motivational Interviewing 11 6 4 2 3 4 4 2 Supported Employment 4 3 2 1 2 3 2 3 Supportive Housing 5 3 3 2 3 3 2 4 SOAR 6 4 0 0 2 0 3 1 Trauma Focused -CBT 7 3 3 3 5 2 5 1 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 32 18 17 9 12 11 18 7
  39. 39. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 39 SuncoastME Region: EBP (A-I) ImplementationProviderList 12-StepRecoveryModel 2ndStep(NREPP) ActiveParentingNow Agrgresors,Victims,Bystanders ART-AggressionReplacementTherapy AttachmentSelfRegulatonCompetency BriefStrategicTherapy ChildParentPsychotherapy(CPP) Clubhouse Cocaine-SpecificCopingSkillsTraining CognitiveBehaviorTherapy Comprehensive,Continuous,Integrated SystemofCare(CCISC) DialeticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) DiscoveringLife&LibertyinthePursuitof Happiness DynamicIntegratedTreatment EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation EMDR FamilyPsychoeducation FloridaAssertiveCommunityTreatment FunctionalFamilyTherapy ICPS-ICanProblemSolve(NREPP) IllnessManagementandRecovery IMPACT IncredibleYears Boley Centers, Inc.   Coastal Behavioral Healthcare      David Lawrence Center     Directions for Living  FirstStep of Sarasota,Inc.     Gulf CoastJewish Family Community   HENDRY GLADES MENTAL HEALTH  Hendry-Glades Behavioral Health Center   Lee Mental Health        Manatee Glens    Northside Mental Health Center, Inc.     Project Return, Inc.   SuncoastCenter, Inc.    Tampa Crossroads  Volunteers of America of Florida Lakeshore Assisted LivingCenter Winter Haven Hospital Inc.     
  40. 40. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 40 SuncoastME Region: EBP (L-Z) ImplementationProviderList LifeSkillsTraining ModifiedTherapeuticCommunities forCo-OccurringDisorders MoralRecognitionTherapy MotivationalInterviewing Multi-SystemicTherapy NurseFamilyPartnership NurturingFamilies NurturingParentingProgram Parent-ChildInteractiveTherapy PriceIncentivesContingency ManagementforSubstanceAbuse Psycho-educationalCounseling SAMHSAAngerManagementfor SA&MHClients-ACBTModel SeekingSafety SOAR SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing TF-CBT TooGoodforDrugs WrapAround Boley Centers, Inc. Coastal Behavioral Healthcare   David Lawrence Center Directions for Living    FirstStep of Sarasota,Inc.        Gulf CoastJewish Family /Community Services  HENDRY GLADES MENTAL HEALTH    Hendry-Glades Behavioral Health   Lee Mental Health     Manatee Glens    Northside Mental Health Center    Project Return, Inc.      SuncoastCenter, Inc.      Tampa Crossroads       Volunteers of America of Florida    Lakeshore Assisted LivingCenter  Winter Haven Hospital Inc.,     
  41. 41. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 41 SuncoastME Region: Children'sEBPRequest for More Information AdolescentCommunityReinforcement Approach(A-CRA) BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP) Children'sSummerTreatmentProgram (STP) CognitiveBehavioralInterventionfor TraumainSchools(CBITS) DBT-Adolescent EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation IMPACT(evidencesupportednotEBP) IncredibleYears MedicalHomeModel(evidencesupported promisingpracticenotEvidenceBased) MultidimensionalFamilyTherapy(MDFT) MultisystemicTherapy(MST)forJuvenile Offenders NurturingParentingPrograms Parent-ChildInteractionTherapy Trauma-FocusedCognitiveBehavioral Therapy(TF-CBT) TriplePPositiveParenting WinterHavenHospital Inc., CenterforBehavioral Health    Northside Mental Health Center,Inc.     Lee Mental Health    Manatee Glens       Gulf Coast JewishFamilyand CommunityServices      SuncoastCenter,Inc.        Coastal Behavioral Healthcare     
  42. 42. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 42 SunCoastME Region: AdultEBP Request for More Information Mental HealthProvider AcceptanceandCommitmentTherapy (ACT)forDepression BriefStrategicTherapy DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EyeMovementDesensitizationand Reprocessing(EMDR) (Florida)AssertiveCommunity Treatment(FACT) MotivationalEnhancementTherapy MotivationalInterviewing Reinforcement-BasedTherapeutic Workplace SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing SOAR TraumaFocusedCBT WellnessOutreachatWork WinterHavenHospital Inc.    Volunteersof America/Lakeshore AssistedLivingCenter         DavidLawrence Center  Northside Mental HealthCenter,Inc.    ProjectReturn,Inc.  Tampa Crossroads           Lee Mental Health   Manatee Glens    Gulf Coast JewishFamilyandCommunityServices      SuncoastCenter,Inc.     CatholicCharities-BenedictHaven       WestCare Fl - GulfCoast     BoleyCenters,Inc.     Gulf Coast JewishFamilyandCommunityServices    FirstStepof Sarasota,Inc.     Coastal Behavioral Healthcare    
  43. 43. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 43 Appendix A: Central ME Region- Central Florida Cares RegionalScore Card- Managing Entity Region: Central Children's Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collecte d Child Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 DBT-Adolescent 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Therapeutic Foster Care 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 Trauma Focused CBT (TF CBT) 5 3 2 1 3 3 3 2 Triple P Parenting Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wrap Around 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 12 9 7 5 10 8 9 7 Managing Entity Region: Central Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collecte d Brief Strategic Therapy 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Clubhouse 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Dialetical BehaviorTherapy (DBT) 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 EMDR 4 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 Motivational Interviewing 5 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 Supported Employment 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Supportive Housing 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SOAR 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 Trauma Focused -CBT 6 4 3 3 5 4 4 4 “Other” Evidence Based Practices 18 12 12 13 15 13 13 11
  44. 44. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 44 Central ME Region:EBP ImplementationProviderList Mental Health Provider AppliedBehavioralAnalysis BriefStrategicTherapy ChildParentPsychotherapy(CPP) Clubhouse CognitiveBehavioralTherapy Comprehensive,Continuous,IntegratedSystemofCare Co-occurringDisorders(TIP42) DBT-Adolescent DialeticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation EMDR FloridaAssertiveCommunityTreatment HelpingWomenRecover IllnessManagementandRecovery InteractiveJournaling-MypersonalJournal LifeSkills LivinginBalance ModelMeKids MoralReconationTherapy MotivationalInterviewing Parent-ChildInteractiveTherapy(PCIT) PositiveBehavioralInteventionsandSupports SeekingSafety ShortTermBriefSolutionFocusedTherapy SOAR SSGrins SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing TF-CBT) TherapeuticFosterCare TraumaFocusedCBT(TFCBT) WellnessRecoveryActionPlan(WRAP) WrapAround Community Treatment Center    Circles of Care     Center for Drug-free Living        Devereux Florida      Human Services Associates     Lakeside Behavioral Healthcare        The HealingTree   Park PlaceBehavioral Health        Mental Health Resource Center    The Transition HouseInc    Seminole Behavioral healthcare           The Grove CounselingCenter 
  45. 45. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 45 Central ME Region:Chldren'sEBP Request forMore Information AdolescentCommunityReinforcementApproach(A-CRA) AdolescentCopingWithDepression(CWD-A) BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP) CognitiveBehavioralInterventionforTraumainSchools(CBITS) DBT-Adolescent IMPACT(evidencesupportednotEBP) LifeSkillsTraining(LST) MedicalHomeModel(evidencesupportedpromisingpracticenot EvidenceBased) MultidimensionalFamilyTherapy(MDFT) MultisystemicTherapy(MST)forJuvenileOffenders NurturingParentingPrograms Parent-ChildInteractionTherapy ReconnectingYouth:APeerGroupApproachtoBuildingLifeSkills SafeDates Trauma-FocusedCognitiveBehavioralTherapy(TF-CBT) TriplePPositiveParenting Wraparound Circles of Care  Center for Drug-free Living, Inc.      Devereux Florida              The HealingTree    Park PlaceBehavioral Health Care        The Transition HouseInc        The Grove Counseling Center, Inc.        
  46. 46. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 46 Central ME Region:Adult EBP Request for Information Mental HealthProvider AcceptanceandCommitment Therapy(ACT)forDepression BriefStrategicTherapy DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EyeMovementDesensitization andReprocessing(EMDR)forPost- TraumaticStressDisorder MotivationalEnhancement Therapy MotivationalInterviewing Reinforcement-BasedTherapeutic Workplace SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing SOAR TraumaFocusedCBT CommunityTreatmentCenter,Inc.    2-1-1 Brevard,Inc. Circlesof Care   CenterforDrug-free Living,Inc.    Devereux Florida    Human ServicesAssociates,Inc. Lakeside behavoral Healthcare Lakeside Behavioral Healthcare The HealingTree Park Place Behavioral HealthCare         Mental HealthResource Center       Park Place Behavioral Healthcare The TransitionHouse Inc       Seminole Behaviroal Healthcare The Grove CounselingCenter,   
  47. 47. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 47 Appendix A: Northeast ME Region- Lutheran Services of Florida RegionalScore Card- Managing Entity Region: Northeast Children's Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 DBT-Adolescent 5 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Therapeutic Foster Care 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Trauma Focused CBT (TF CBT) 12 9 5 5 5 3 5 5 Triple P Parenting Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wrap Around 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 25 20 16 6 22 4 16 11 Managing Entity Region: Northeast Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Brief Strategic Therapy 4 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 Clubhouse 2 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 Dialectical BehaviorTherapy 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 EMDR 4 3 2 0 2 0 3 0 Motivational Interviewing 13 7 4 1 3 5 5 1 Supported Employment 4 2 2 0 1 2 1 1 Supportive Housing 5 3 3 1 2 3 2 2 SOAR 5 2 3 3 3 0 1 2 Trauma Focused -CBT 8 4 4 0 1 3 2 1 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 27 20 10 2 13 8 9 10
  48. 48. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 48 NortheastME Region:EBP (A-L) ImplementationProviderList Mental Health Provider DBT-Adolescent AdolescentCommunityReinforcement Approach(A-CRA&ACC) AllStars APICModel BriefStrategicTherapy CelebratingFamilies ChildParentPsychotherapy(CPP) Clubhouse cognitivebehavioraltherapy Comprehensive,Continuous,Integrated SystemofCare(CCISC) DialeticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EarlyChildhoodMentalHealth Consultation EMDR FloridaAssertiveCommunityTreatment GlobalAssessmentofIndividualNeed (GAIN) GuidingGoodChoices HazedenModelCo-Occurring IllnessManagementandRecovery LivinginBalance CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services,Inc.  Child GuidanceCenter, Inc.   Clay Behavioral Health Center    Daniel Memorial,Inc.  Eckerd Youth Alternatives EPIC Behavioral Healthcare   Florida United Methodist Children's Home GainesvilleOpportunity Center, Inc    Gateway Community Services,Inc.    H. Ken McCullough MA LMHC      Halifax Health Behavioral Services    Jewish Family & Community Services    Lifestream Behavioral Center   Mental Health Resource Center, Inc.  Meridian Behavioral Healthcare       Metamorphosis     NEFSH Community Behavioral HealthcareServices  River PointBehavioral Health Behavioral   The Centers Inc.     The House Next Door 
  49. 49. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 49 NortheastME Region:EBP (M-Z) ImplementationProviderList Mental Health Provider MatrixModel ModifiedTherapeuticCommunity MoralRecognitionTherapy MotivationalInterviewing Multi-SystemicTherapy Parent-ChildInteractiveTherapy ParentingWisely ReconnectingYouth SAMSAAngerManagement SeekingSafety SOAR SolutionFocusedTherapy SPARCS STEpParenttraining StrengtheningFamilies SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing TF-CBT TherapeuticFosterCare TooGoodforDrugs TraumaFocusedCBT(TFCBT) Twelvestepfacilitation WellnessRecoveryActionPlan WrapAround CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services        Child GuidanceCenter, Inc.       Clay Behavioral Health Center   Daniel Memorial,Inc.      Eckerd Youth Alternatives EPIC Behavioral Healthcare  Florida United Methodist Children's Home  GainesvilleOpportunity Center, INc   Gateway Community Services,Inc.      H. Ken McCullough MA LMHC       Halifax Health Behavioral Services  Jewish Family & Community Services      Lifestream Behavioral Center     Mental Health Resource Center, Inc.     Meridian Behavioral Healthcare         Metamorphosis      NEFSH Community Behavioral Healthcare   River PointBehavioral Health   The Centers Inc.     The House Next Door    
  50. 50. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 50 NortheastME Region:Children'sEBP Request for Information AdolescentCommunityReinforcementApproach (A-CRA) AdolescentCopingWithDepression(CWD-A) BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP) Children'sSummerTreatmentProgram(STP) CognitiveBehavioralInterventionforTraumain Schools(CBITS) DBT-Adolescent EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation IMPACT(evidencesupportednotEBP) LifeSkillsTraining(LST) MedicalHomeModel (evidencesupportedpromisingpractice MultidimensionalFamilyTherapy(MDFT) MultisystemicTherapy(MST) Nurse-FamilyPartnership NurturingParentingPrograms Parent-ChildInteractionTherapy ReconnectingYouth:APeerGroupApproach toBuildingLifeSkills TeachingStudentsToBePeacemakers Trauma-FocusedCognitiveBehavioralTherapy TriplePPositiveParenting Wraparound Eckerd Youth Alternatives    Lifestream Behavioral Center        The Centers Inc.       Meridian Behavioral Healthcare     CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services   Clay Behavioral Health Center      River PointBehavioral Health Behavioral   Child GuidanceCenter, Inc.      Gateway Community Services,Inc.     Mental Health Resource Center, Inc.        Jewish Family & Community Services   FLAGLER HOSPITAL     Florida United Methodist Children's Home    Halifax Health Behavioral Services           H. Ken McCullough MA LMHC   
  51. 51. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 51 NortheastME Region:Adult EBP Request for Information Mental Health Provider AcceptanceandCommitmentTherapy(ACT)for Depression BriefStrategicTherapy Clubhouse DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EyeMovementDesensitizationand Reprocessing(EMDR) MotivationalEnhancementTherapy MotivationalInterviewing Reinforcement-BasedTherapeuticWorkplace SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing SOAR TraumaFocusedCBT WellnessOutreachatWork Lifestream Behavioral Center        The Centers Inc.     Meridian Behavioral Healthcare        Metamorphosis   CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services,Inc.      GainesvilleOpportunity Center, INc  NEFSH Community Behavioral HealthcareServices           Clay Behavioral Health Center       River PointBehavioral Health Behavioral  Community Rehabilitation Cener,Inc.             Gateway Community Services,Inc.   Mental Health Resource Center, Inc.     Jewish Family & Community Services    FLAGLER HOSPITAL   Haven Recovery Center   Halifax Health Behavioral Services          
  52. 52. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 52 Appendix A: Northwest ME Region RegionalScore Card- Managing Entity Region: Northwest Children's Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Child Parent Psychotherapy(CPP) 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 DBT-Adolescent 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 IMPACT* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Multi-Systemic Therapy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 Therapeutic Foster Care 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Trauma Focused CBT (TF CBT) 3 2 1 0 3 2 3 2 Triple P Parenting Program 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wrap Around 3 2 1 0 2 1 2 2 "Other" Evidence Based Practices 8 0 1 0 7 3 8 3 Managing Entity Region: Northwest Adult Evidence Based Practice Is being used Used to fidelity Prior Consumer Feedback Used a Needs Assessment Using the Manual In Operating Procedure Used In Supervision Data Collected Brief Strategic Therapy 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Florida Assertive Community Treatment 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 Clubhouse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dialetical BehaviorTherapy (DBT) 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 EMDR 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Motivational Interviewing 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 Supported Employment 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 Supportive Housing 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 SOAR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Trauma Focused -CBT 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 “Other” Evidence Based Practices 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1
  53. 53. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 53 Northwest ME Region: EBP ImplementationProviderList ActiveParentingNow ActiveParentingofTeens BriefSolutionFocusedTherapy BriefStrategicTherapy ChildParentPsychotherapy(CPP) DBT-Adolescent DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation EMDR FloridaAssertiveCommunityTreatment IntegratedTreatmentforCo-OccurringDisorders IntensiveFamilyIntervention MatrixModel MotivationalInterviewing Parent-ChildInteractiveTherapy(PCIT) SupportedEmployment SupportiveHousing SystematicTrainingforEffectiveParenting TF-CBT) TherapeuticFosterCare TraumaFocusedCBT(TFCBT) WrapAround Life Management Center         LakeviewCenterInc.               Apalachee Center,Inc           
  54. 54. Departmentof ChildrenandFamilies |Mental HealthEBPFidelitySelf-Assessment 54 Northwest ME Region: EBP Request forInformation BriefStrategicFamilyTherapy Child-ParentPsychotherapy(CPP) CognitiveBehavioralInterventionfor TraumainSchools(CBITS) DBT-Adolescent EarlyChildhoodMentalHealthConsultation Parent-ChildInteractionTherapy DialecticalBehaviorTherapy(DBT) TraumaFocusedCBT Life ManagementCenter     LakeviewCenterInc.    

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