Understanding what works for prevention
Understanding and engaging with research and evidence is critically important for anyone involved in funding, commissioning, designing, delivering and evaluating prevention services for young people.
Ongoing research into building an evidence base for 'what works' underpins everything we do, from piloting programmes to engaging in national campaigns and policy development.
Click the links below for more information on the importance of evidence-based practice in prevention as well as details of Mentor's research projects.
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