SAMHSA Center Substance Abuse Prevention:
CSAP Model Programs
Prevention programs identified by the SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) as science-based, effective, or model programs, based on CSAP criteria.
- CSAP's Guide to Science-based Practices
- Science-Based Substance Abuse Prevention: A Guide
- Promising and Proven Substance Abuse Prevention Programs
- Principles of Substance Abuse Prevention
Prevention Best Practices from the Western Regional Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT)
Guiding Principles, definitions of best and promising practices, and links to a large number of model prevention programs and best practices organized by risk factor, domain, ethnicity, age, and CSAP strategy.
Comprehensive Service Delivery Program for Children at Risk
A program model called "Children at Risk" (CAR) was designed, directed, and evaluated by the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA). This paper describes the progam and also describes the types of technical assistance and support CASA can provide to new communities interested in implementing a program patterned after CAR.
CASASTART-Striving Together to Achieve Rewarding Tomorrows
A neighborhood-based, school-centered program aimed at preventing substance abuse and delinquency among high-risk adolescents ages 8 to 13, and at reducing drug-related crime in their neighborhoods.