Visit the following resources for additional help in selecting an evidence-based program.
SEARCHABLE DATABASES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND INTERACTIVE RESOURCES
CHAMPSS EBP Selection Guide
The CHAMPSS EBP Selection Guide is an easy-to-use consolidated listing of programs in the databases of the Office of Adolescent Health and the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy (aka Power to Decide). However, if you would like to search for programs by specific criteria or would like to learn more about research findings, you may want to visit the resources listed here.
ETR – Resource Center for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (ReCAPP)
ETR has a searchable database to help you find evidence-based programs based on the setting, target population, desired program length, and other unique features. All programs included in this database have been rigorously evaluated to positively change youth’s sexual behaviors.
ETR has created an evidence-based program selection tool to help users through the decision making process. Answering yes or no to a few simple questions can help narrow down a list of possible programs for you to compare.
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review on Youth.gov
The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review website allows users to select a program and review its characteristics and curriculum components. Users have the option to compare multiple programs and evaluate them based on summaries of available evidence. Information on how to purchase materials, receive training to deliver the program, and other support can be found in the program overview.
Sociometrics is an online social, health, and behavioral science resource library that features evidence-based programs and interventions. The list of programs can be filtered by target population and topic(s) of interest. Products like online subscriptions to the curriculum and online trainings are also available for purchase.