An evidence-based psychosocial practice is a clinical intervention that has been consistently shown to improve outcomes in research studies. Examples of evidence-based psychosocial practices in mental health include supported employment, assertive community treatment, and supportive housing. Consistent use of evidence-based practices at your clinic can help ensure that you receive care that is most likely to improve your mental health symptoms and functioning. Delivering these practices requires that clinic leaders support their use and that clinicians receive specialized training in delivering them. Ask your doctor about availability of these evidence-based practices within your clinic.