Handouts and Publications about the CEBC
The CEBC Program Registry
This handout gives CEBC users an overview of the type of information they can find the CEBC Program Registry including:
- General categories of topic areas
- What is included in program descriptions
- Brief description of the CEBC Scientific Rating Scale
Download the The CEBC Program Registry handout.
Overview of the CEBC Scientific Rating Scale
The purpose of the CEBC Scientific Rating Scale is to evaluate each practice based on the available research evidence. The topic area expert assists with identifying practices that meet at least one of the following criteria:
- Programs that have strong empirical support
- Programs that are in common use in California
- Programs that are being heavily marketed in California
Download the Overview of the CEBC Scientific Rating Scale.
CEBC Selecting and Implementing Programs Section
The CEBC introduced an expanded Implementation Section in January 2015. This handout describes some of the key information including the availability of Selecting and Implementing Evidence-Based Practices: A Guide for Child and Family Serving Systems.
Download the CEBC Selecting and Implementing Programs Section handout.
CEBC Training and Technical Assistance
The CEBC provides California-based agencies with free individualized support on using the CEBC program registry and implementation materials to best meet their needs.
Download the Training and Technical Assistance flyer.
Guide for Child Welfare Administrators on Evidence-Based Practice - 2012
The Guide for Child Welfare Administrators on Evidence-Based Practice is an update of one that was written in 2005 as a collaborative effort between the Chadwick Center, which manages the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC), funded by the California Department of Social Services, Office of Child Abuse Prevention, and the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators (NAPCWA). The purpose is to provide guidelines for a common language and framework with which to understand the conditions, challenges, and opportunities of evidence-based practice in child welfare. This document pertains to prevention and intervention services, but the overarching principles can be applied to all practices in child welfare. It is intended to provide a foundation of information for child welfare administrators.