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Table 3 Service Provision and Use of Evidence-Based Practices by Type of Provider\a

From: Juvenile justice systems of care: results of a national survey of community supervision agencies and behavioral health providers on services provision and cross-system interactions

  National Estimate of Community Supervision Agencies Providing Row % of Agencies Providing
No. of CS Agencies % of all Providers Used EBP Used EBP on 50% or more of youth Provided by clinical staff with Bachelor’s degree or above
Screening 2034 64% 86% 78% 29%
Clinical Assessment 772 24% 98% 49% 84%
Substance Use Prevention 544 17% 48% 15% 92%
HIV Testing and Prevention 96 3% < 1% < 1% 86%
Substance Use Treatment 365 11% 95% 33% 90%
Mental Health Treatment 431 13% 86% 18% 100%
Both Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment 253 8% 86% 37% 100%
  National Estimate of Behavioral Health Agencies Providing Row % of Agencies Providing
No. of BH Agencies % of all Providers Used EBP Used EBP on 50%or more of youth Provided by clinical staff with Bachelor’s degree or above
Screening 2503 78% 95% 90% 96%
Clinical Assessment 3107 97% 86% 85% 98%
Substance Use Prevention 1790 56% 39% 6% 80%
HIV Testing and Prevention 853 27% 18% 7% 96%
Substance Use Treatment 3096 97% 90% 90% 97%
Mental Health Treatment 2966 93% 98% 73% 100%
Both Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment 2622 82% 98% 92% 100%
  1. \a Data are weighted to reflect the estimated national population estimate of the 3202 CS agencies and 4252 BH service providers and in the U.S. and have been adjusted for survey non-response at the state level