Sociometrics' archives of effective programs are a research-to-practice initiative aimed at assembling in one place—for public dissemination, distribution, and replication—outstanding prevention programs in key health areas. Programs were selected for archive inclusion based on their demonstrated salutory effect on risk-taking behaviors. These effective program archives have been designed to facilitate cost-effective replication of prevention programs that work and encourage ongoing scientific evaluation to ascertain the robustness of each program's effectiveness across different populations.
Our effective program replication kits include:
Find out more about our effective programs:
Teen Pregnancy Prevention (PASHA) - A collection of 39 promising teen pregnancy and STI/HIV/AIDS prevention programs.
HIV/AIDS Prevention (HAPPA) - A collection of 13 effective HIV/AIDS prevention programs for adults.
Children's Emotional Disorders (CEDETA) - A collection of 9 effective psychosocial treatment programs shown to reduce anxiety, depression and other internalizing disorders in children and adolescents ages 6 to 18.
Early Intervention (EIPARDD) - A collection of 7 early intervention programs demonstrated to improve cognitive-language and/or social-emotional outcomes among children ages 0 to 5 with or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities.
Youth Substance Abuse (YSAPPA) - A collection of 12 effective substance abuse prevention programs for youth (pre-teens, teens and young adults).
HIV RAP - HIV Research and Prevention Library (HIV RAP) is a comprehensive library of research and prevention resources in a single online collection.