BrainWise Receives “Service to Science” Award

Posted On: April 23, 2006

In January of 2006, BrainWise was notified that it had receive a “Service to Science” award.  This award is supported by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Substance Abuse Preventions (CSAP).  The award was for “Pilot Evaluating Capacity-Building for Evidence-Based Interventions. ” The award was given through a nationwide competitive process. BrainWise was identified as an evidence-based intervention worthy of funds for additional research that would help evaluate its evidence, so it can be listed on the national Registry of Effective Programs and Practices.

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