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This website is intended to be a “one-stop-shopping” location for accessing information on evidence-based practices that are increasingly available across Michigan’s Six rocks balancing on each other represents a “one-stop-shopping” location for accessing information on evidence-based practices that are increasingly available across Michigan’s public behavioral health system. public behavioral health system. The evidence-based practices referenced here represent treatment interventions and other services that can assist those receiving them to attain the highest quality of life and well-being possible, and to serve as avenues or tools for accomplishing the recovery goals sought by individuals facing the challenges of mental, emotional and/or addictive disorder symptoms.

The public behavioral health system in Michigan seeks to effectively serve those with serious mental illnesses, such as Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, Co-occurring Addictive Disorders, and others. The practices represented on this website have been established through replicated research to be effective in contributing to positive outcomes in the lives of those who actively utilize them. These positive outcomes include learning how to better cope with or resolve target symptoms, and learning new skills and strategies for building or rebuilding a fulfilling life in each individual’s communities of choice.

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For a listing of various evidence-based practices, with descriptions and links to helpful related resources, please visit the Practices page.


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