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Health in All Policies

Alamance County: A burgeoning Approach to Community Health ImprovementSlide2

Presenters

Ann Meletzke

Executive Director, Healthy Alamance

Stacie Saunders

Health Director, Alamance County Health DepartmentSlide3

Introduction

Rich Community Assessment History in Alamance County

First Assessment conducted in 1997

Healthy Alamance established in 1997 and became a non-profit in 2007

Current Partners include

Alamance County Health Department

Healthy Alamance

United Way of Alamance County

Alamance Regional Medical Center – Cone Health

Elon UniversitySlide4

Community Assessment ModelSlide5

A community committed…

Commitment of all partners to be collective not just collaborative

Agencies align strategies to Community Assessment

For Example: United Way funding priorities

Movement to Community Health Improvement PlanSlide6

Community Health Improvement Plan

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CHIP)

By connecting social determinants of health with strategies known to create health communities, agencies can leverage resources to improve community health

ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CHIP)

By connecting social determinants of health with strategies known to create health communities, agencies can leverage resources to improve community healthSlide7

A transitioning community…

Soft launching Health in All Policies

Not an easy concept

Many years invested in the concept without knowing it

Subtle approach in implementation

Get people talking your language – Figure out what your language is

Enhance partnerships – What tables are you not sitting at but need to in order for success

Show them how they are public health - unconventional partners may not know how they fit

Be accepting – How do you fit into their priorities, make it about themSlide8

Examples of Health in All Policies

Burgeoning approach for Alamance County

Examples

Wellness & Food Collaborative structure

Alamance AchievesSlide9

Wellness CollaborativeSlide10

Wellness Collaborative Slide11

Wellness Collaborative Slide12

Wellness CollaborativeSlide13

Alamance Achieves – Collective Impact

The commitment of a group of important actors from different sectors to a

common agenda

for solving a specific social problem.”

-- John

Kania

& Mark Kramer,

FSG Social Impact Advisors,

Stanford Social Innovation Review

Winter 2011Slide14

Alamance Achieves – Collective Impact

Civically Engaged

Supportive Community Slide15

Every child

is well, healthy and ready for school

Every child succeeds at school

Every child graduates,

prepared for post-secondary learning

Every child

is on track to achieve career goals

Outcome areas:

Outcome Areas:

Outcome Areas:

Outcome Areas:

Child

health and wellbeing

Kindergarten Readiness

Early grades

success

Middle grates success

High School Graduation

Post-secondary entry

Post-secondary Completion

Employment

Core

indicators:

Core

Indicators:

Core

Indicators:

Core

Indicators:

Well Visit Rates

ABSS Kindergarten Assessment

Grade 3 reading and math

Grade 8 reading and math

High School Graduation rates

College Enrollment rates

TBD: Post secondary

completion

TBD: Employment

Contributing Indicators:

Contributing

Indicators:

Contributing

Indicators:

Contributing

Indicators:

Prenatal Care

Number enrolled in high quality pre-k

Number waiting for subsidized care

Percent identified with special needs

Parental education

Attendance

After school enrollment

Language proficiency

Parental engagement

FAFSA completion

Teen Pregnancy rate

Attendance

Involvement in extracurricular activities

ABSS Senior Survey

First year college retention

Unemployment rates for young adults

Military enrollment

Students employed after one year of graduation

GED rates for 18-24

Incarceration rates

Key

c

ommunity factors:

Child poverty

rates

Voter registration

Per

pupil-county budget for education

Median household income

Voter turnout

Volunteerism rates

Affordable

Housing

County

employment ratesSlide16

Alamance Achieves – Collective Impact

Retired, NC Senate

Elon University

Impact Alamance

Alamance Burlington School System

Alamance County Government

Alamance County Commissioner

Alamance Community College

The United Way of Alamance County

Alamance County Social Services

Alamance

County Health Department

First

Presbyterian Church of Burlington

Glen

Raven, Inc.

The

Alamance Partnership for Children

Alamance

Area Chamber of

Commerce

Executive Committee:Slide17

Next Steps

Completion of the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)

Increased participation at “new” tables

Implementation of Report Card for County

Reinforce health, wealth and education connections

Homeless and Housing Initiatives

Mental Health Diversion in Jail System

Food Collaborative

Pediatric Nutrition Initiative

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Presenters Ann Meletzke Executive Director Healthy Alamance Stacie Saunders Health Director Alamance County Health Department Introduction Rich Community Assessment History in Alamance County ID: 716440 Download Presentation

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