Evidence-Based Practices: Personalized Feedback

A comprehensive review of 42 interventions found strong support for the efficacy of programs that incorporated motivational feedback, expectancy challenge, skills-based activities and personalized feedback.¹ Personalized feedback is integrated into all of our drug and alcohol courses for courts, colleges, and high schools through the use of the eCHECKUP TO GO brief intervention tool.

Evidence-Based Practices: Identify Protective Behaviors

At the core of all 3rd Millennium Classrooms courses are evidence-based practices, which are essential to ensuring effective, long-lasting changes. One of the many strategies we use is to Identify Protective Behaviors.

Evidence-Based Strategies to Reduce High-Risk Alcohol Use

Excessive alcohol consumption is the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States, and it results in an average of more than 80,000 deaths each year. More than half of these deaths are due to high-risk drinking, defined as consuming 4 or more standard drinks for women or 5 or more drinks for […]

3 Ways Pre-Trial Intervention Achieves Public Safety

In the United States, there’s a common problem: jails are overcrowded, courts and agencies are overburdened, and costs are skyrocketing. To address this issue, courts, probation offices, and agencies across the country are embracing an evidence-based approach: pre-trial intervention. By encouraging an alternative to arrest or charges in appropriate cases, courts and agencies are using  […]

Evidence-based: Behavior and Skills Training

There are many proven strategies that are useful when helping others make a change in their behavior. For example, strategies such as using personalized feedback and challenging a person’s expected outcomes of substance use have been shown to impact behavior.

Evidence-Based Practices: Risk Perception

At 3rd Millennium, we are committed to providing the best possible solutions for your students and clients. One of the ways we do this is by incorporating evidence-based practices into our courses. One of these practices is “risk perception.”