CSAT GPRA Modernization Act Best Practices (BP) Tools

Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) Best Practices (BP) programs help substance abuse treatment practitioners adopt new substance abuse treatment techniques as they are tested and proven effective. CSAT provides tools for its BP programs to collect data that comply with the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010.

CSAT BP programs bridge the gap between knowledge and practice by disseminating information to substance abuse treatment practitioners through technical assistance, training, products, and meetings.

The goal of BP programs is to foster the adoption of "best practices" by the field. Knowledge application programs are generally assessed on such measures as:

  • The number of organizations or individuals reached
  • The number of individuals trained and deployed
  • Changes in practice that result from activities conducted under the programs

BP programs adopt new techniques as they are tested and proven effective.

CSAT Best Practices Data Collection Tools

For All non-ATTC (Addiction Technology Transfer Centers)

For ATTC Events Beginning on or After August 2, 2010

Last Updated: 02/24/2014