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Centralized Training Infrastructure for
Evidence Based Practices (CTI-EBP) Evidence-Based Practices: According to SAMHSA’s Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (COCE, 2007), an EBP “is a practice which, based on research findings and expert or consensus opinion about available evidence, is expected to produce a specific clinical outcome.” EBPs are programs or practices that effectively integrate the best research evidence with clinical expertise, cultural competence, and the values of the individuals receiving the services. EBPs must be appropriate to the target population(s) and service settings in order to achieve desired outcomes.

The Health and Human Services Commission partners with UT Health San Antonio, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, to promote workforce development through a training infrastructure. In-person and online training opportunities are offered to support the delivery of behavioral health services for adult, children and youth populations in Texas.

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