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AUTHORITY Presented by Indiana University Southeast Students Kayla Brooks RN Rosalind Williams RN November 18 2013 1 Became a city in 1813 Founded by Joel Abner and Nathaniel Scribner ID: 787140 Download

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NEW ALBANY HOUSING AUTHORITY

Presented by: Indiana University Southeast Students Kayla Brooks, RNRosalind Williams, RNNovember 18, 2013

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Became a city in 1813. Founded by Joel Abner and Nathaniel Scribner. Supply center for Union armies. First National Cemetery by President Lincoln. Known for manufacturing fire proof cabinets. Underground Railroad for slaves. Riverboat and glass manufacturing.

NEW ALBANY HISTORY

Welcome. (2013). 2

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New AlbanyGeographical facts

Located in New Floyd County Sits along Ohio River 14.6 square miles Floyd county 148 square miles Floyd county is 80% is rural, 20%New Albany is all Urban

State and county quick facts. (2012). 3

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demographics

New Albany-36, 462Population Density- 2, 493 Floyd County Population- 75,283

State and county quick facts. (2012). 4

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Median AgeNew Albany: 37.1 %Floyd County: 39.0%GenderFemales: 19, 137Males: 17, 325Poverty Rate

Floyd County: 12.8 %Indiana: 15.8 %Median Household Income:New Albany: 37, 277Indiana: 46, 438Unemployment Rate:New Albany: 10.2 %

State and county quick facts. (2012). 5

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5.4%

Nationally:

High School Diploma: 85.4%Bachelor’s Degree: 28.2%State and county quick facts. (2012). 6

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New Albany housingauthority

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New Albany housing

Authority

Established in March 30, 1937

Contains nine properties 161 private landlords 2.2 million dollars given to 161 private landlords673 applicants applied for public housing in 2011 29 home owners through Home Ownership Program Twelve years with 0 audit findings Takes less than 15 days to prepare unit occupancyNew Albany Housing Authority

. (2013). 8

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New Albany housing

Authority Housed 206 homeless persons in 2012.$9, 981.07 average income annually. Families pay average of $168.30 monthly rent. Less than seven percent of families on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).

99% occupancy rate . 2,200 residents.New Albany Housing Authority. (2013). 9

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New Albany housing

Authority 817 female households live at NAHA 228 male households live at NAHANAHA has 45.6 % Youth under 18. 434 youth under 5 yrs old.

361 on average move out of housing each year. Residents live at NAHA less than four years. 99% occupancy rate for last three years. $702,000 given by HUD for Family Subsidy NAHA has received over $3 million dollars in social service grants. New Albany Housing Authority

. (2013). 10

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Family Self Sufficiency

Program

Eligibility requirements General Education classes (GED) Job training assistance-Resume Home Ownership Programs Access to Computer Lab Transportation of over 250 elder residents

New Albany Housing Authority. (2013). 11

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OVER FORTY COMMUNITY PARTNERS!

New Albany Housing Authority. (2013). 12

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Housing units

Rental Assistance Demonstration-NAHA has applied for a tax credits to remove 116 units of Public Housing Units, and replace them with 70 “Green” energy efficient units. The new units will connect with the New Albany street grid, and become a new neighborhood.

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HOUSING UNITS

Street view

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ADA HOUSING UNITS

Street View

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Windshield survey

Six Elementary Schools Five Middle Schools Four Private Schools

Three High Schools -New Albany High -Floyd Central High -Christian Academy of Indiana Head Start G’s Angel Daycare New Albany High School was established in 1853. New Albany is the first Public High School established in Indiana.

New Albany, Indiana. (2013). 16

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security

Security and Regulations strictly enforcedContracted with New Albany Police Department

“ ONE STRIKE AND YOU’RE OUT!” For illegal drug use and sales.Tony Toran, personal communication, September 30,201317

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hospitals

Floyd Memorial Hospital Floyd County Public Health Department Physician OfficesFamily Health Centers of Southern Indiana

New Albany Housing Authority. (2013). 18

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Employers

Beach Mold & Tool Fire King InternationalUnited Parcel Service General Electric Ford Motor Company

Healthcare, Banking, Insurance Companies and Credit Card ServicesNew Albany, Indiana. (2013).

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Key informants

Lisa Donohue-NAHA -Coordinator of Family Self- Sufficiency

Bob Lane-NAHA -Executive Director Tony Toran-NAHA -Coordinator of Safety/Security

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Statement of problem

Residents of New Albany Housing at risk for increasing mental health issues related to lack of resources as evidenced by key informants and personal interviews.

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Literature review

Honberg, R., Diel, S., Kimball, A., Gruttadaro, D., & Fitzpatrick, M. (2011, March). State mental health cuts: A national crisis.

National Alliance on Mental Illness. 4-12. Retrieved from

http://www.nami.orgPoo, R., Hendricks, M., Cheng, L., & Mahendran, R. (2009). Enhancing psychiatric patient care in the community with case management strategies. Singapore Nursing Journal, 36(2), 35-3

Ruddick, F. (2013). Promoting mental health and wellbeing.

Nursing Standard

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(24), 35-39. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.oberon

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Stanhope, M., & Lancaster, J. (2010). Foundations of nursing in the community: Community- oriented practice. In D. Aretakis, C. Bolla, A. Heisterman (Ed). Homelessness, poverty, mental illness, and teen pregnancy (pp.433-437). Missouri: Mosby.

Theis, G., Kozlowski, D., & Behrens, J. (2006). In-home behavioral health case management: an integrated model for high-risk populations. Case Manager, 17(6), 60. Retrieved from web.ebscohost.com

Literature review

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Project objectives

Increase mental health resources to residents of the New Albany Housing Authority by December 2014.

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Reduce the rate of suicideReduce the proportion of persons who experience major depressive episodes Increase on-site mental health facilities, Increase depression screening by primary care providers Increase the proportion of children and adults who receive treatment

Healthy people 20/20 objectives

National vital statistics system-mortality (NVSSM). (2013). 25

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interventions

Develop partnerships with community outreach programs to provide mental health services.

Rationale: Community outreach programs are valuable referral resources to assist in keeping communities mentally stable as well as educating and providing services for individuals living with mental illnesses. (Honberg, et al., 2011).

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interventions

Collaborate with Indiana University Southeast School of Nursing to complete service learning project with case management.

Rationale: Research shows that in-home behavioral case management programs are effective because individuals gain better coping skills and decrease stress and subsequent factors (Theis, et al., 2006).

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interventions

Family Services Self-Sufficiency Program will continue to explore and expand mental health outreach programs.

Rationale: Mental health outreach support programs that include lifestyle management and work-site programs have been effective in reducing stress and improving the mental health status among those living with mental illnesses (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2010). 28

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evaluation

Partnership increase will be measured by NAHA having an increased number of Mental Health partners by December 2014.

The NAHA FSS Coordinator and the Indiana University Southeast Nursing Program will review the possibility of continuing the service learning project in the fall of 2014.29

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evaluation

The NAHA FSS Coordinator will have additional mental health programs offered by Community Partners by December 2014. The evaluation will be measured by having an increased in quantity and quality of programs from the previous year.

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references

Current news. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.indianalandmarks.org/Resources/Publications/Pages/defaul t.aspxHistory. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.historicnewalbany.com/default.asp?q_areaprimaryid=4

Infant mortality rates for 2011. Retrieved from http://www.in.gov/isdh/25985.htm Honberg, R., Diel, S., Kimball, A., Gruttadaro, D., & Fitzpatrick, M. (2011, March). State mental health cuts: A national crisis. National Alliance on Mental Illness. 4-12. Retrieved from http://www.nami.org

National vital statistics system-mortality (NVSSM). (2013). Retrieved from http://healthypeople.gov/2020/Data/datasource.aspx?id=12331

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Major employers

. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.1si.org/economicdevelopment/major_employers.aspxNew Albany Housing Authority

. (2013). Fact sheet beyond sticks and bricks changing live. New Albany IN: NAHA.

New Albany, Indiana. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.city-data.com/city/New-Albany-Indiana.htmlPoo, R., Hendricks, M., Cheng, L., & Mahendran, R. (2009). Enhancing psychiatric patient care in the community with case management strategies. Singapore Nursing Journal, 36(2), 35-3

Ruddick, F. (2013). Promoting mental health and wellbeing. Nursing Standard,

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(24), 35-39. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.oberon

references

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Stanhope, M., & Lancaster, J. (2010). Foundations of nursing in the community: Community-oriented practice. In D. Aretakis, C.Bolla, A. Heisterman (Ed). Homelessness, poverty, mental illness, and teen pregnancy

(pp.433-437). Missouri: Mosby.State and county quick facts. (2012). Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/00000.html

Theis, G., Kozlowski, D., & Behrens, J. (2006). In-home behavioral health case management: an integrated model for high-risk populations.

Case Manager, 17(6), 60. Retrieved from web.ebscohost.com

Welcome. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.historicnewalbany.com/Welcome to new albany housing authority

. (2013). Retrieved from

http://www.newalbanyhousingauthority.org/

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Thank you!

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