The North Carolina Evidence Based Practices Center

Our Purpose is to create better behavioral healthcare through the dissemination and implementation of evidence based practices.

Our Vision for the North Carolina Evidence Based Practices Center is to be THE leader in improving health care by translating behavioral health evidence based practices into action.

Our Goal is to promote the use of evidence based practices as the standard of behavioral healthcare. 

The NC EBP Center supports mental health services by providing training, technical assistance, and consultation on evidence based practices for North Carolina’s target population people with severe mental illness. 

The North Carolina Evidence Based Practices Center was created with funding from The Duke Endowment. The Center is a collaboration of the Southern Regional Area Health Education Center (AHEC), Duke University, and the North Carolina AHEC System.

The N.C. Evidence Based Practices Center provides training in evidence based practices, including clinical and administrative training. We also offer onsite training and provide technical assistance, consultation, and learning resources.

Resources and services offered here in support of the mental health community:

What Are Evidence Based Practices?

Why EBPs are Important

Project Partners:

SR-AHEC

 

In affiliation with Duke University Medical Center

Part of the NC AHEC Program