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ChicagoDepartmentofPublicHealthRahm EmanuelMayorBechara Choucair, MDCommissionerBechara Choucair, MDCommissionerChicago De...
HEALTHY CHICAGOCHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHTRANSFORMING THEHEALTH OF OUR CITYCHICAGO ANSWERS THE CALL
2012 PARTNERSHIPS
TOBACCO USE
TOBACCO USESMOKE-FREE CAMPUSES 3 Colleges / Universities 5 Hospitals 6 Behavioral health orgs Four CHA developments
TOBACCO USEJoint EnforcementReducing TobaccoAccess and Affordability
ADOLESCENT HEALTH Revised Wellness Policy Competitive Foods Policy Expanded STI Screening $26M New grants• CTG – Healt...
ACCESS TO CARE City partners with 7 FQHCs Continued care for 28,000 1115 Waiver granted CDPH public health servicesrem...
ACCESS TO CARE City mental health sites consolidated to 6 Capacity for 4,000 clients preserved 750 new clients seen by ...
 Student oral health services up 18% 113,000 served in 2011-2012 Services expanding to 106 high schoolsACCESS TO CARE
ACCESS TO CARE City invests $1.4M in new visionprogram 30,000 students to get optometry examand eyeglasses as needed CD...
HEALTHY MOTHERS & BABIES15 hospitals working towardsBaby-Friendly Designation
PUBLIC HEALTH INFRASTRUCTUREMaking Data Available &Strengthening CDPH’sCapabilities
 27 miles of buffer and protected bike lanes 2 miles of other on-street bikeways 7 bridges made bicycle friendly 500 n...
OBESITY PREVENTION 13 licensed carts operating 30 vendors trained 30 carts planned for 2013
Increasing Healthy Food AccessOBESITY PREVENTION
CHICAGO’S FOOD PLAN
A RECIPE FOR HEALTHY PLACESStrategies1. BUILD HEALTHIER NEIGHBORHOODS: Focus planning and programs incommunities with an e...
A RECIPE FOR HEALTHY PLACES
A RECIPE FOR HEALTHY PLACESCommunities with an elevated risk ofobesity-related diseases
• Housing• Retail• Green infrastructure• Cultural and historic resources• Manufacturing• Open space and trails• Productive...
GREEN HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD LAND USESTRATEGY
Obesity PreventionPRESENTATION OUTLINEPRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPE GOAL: Encourage development of clustersof vacant land for urban...
Zoning Text Amendment for UrbanAgriculture Uses
Addressing Access to Healthy Food• Urban agriculture ordinance• Produce carts• Healthy corner store project• New grocery s...
Obesity PreventionACCESS TO HEALTHY FOODS
facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealth @ChiPublicHealth312.747.9884CityofChicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago@CityofChicago.org
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  1. 1. ChicagoDepartmentofPublicHealthRahm EmanuelMayorBechara Choucair, MDCommissionerBechara Choucair, MDCommissionerChicago Department of Public Health@chipublichealth#HealthyChicagoSustaining a Healthy ChicagoMay 10, 2013
  2. 2. HEALTHY CHICAGOCHICAGO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTHTRANSFORMING THEHEALTH OF OUR CITYCHICAGO ANSWERS THE CALL
  3. 3. 2012 PARTNERSHIPS
  4. 4. TOBACCO USE
  5. 5. TOBACCO USESMOKE-FREE CAMPUSES 3 Colleges / Universities 5 Hospitals 6 Behavioral health orgs Four CHA developments
  6. 6. TOBACCO USEJoint EnforcementReducing TobaccoAccess and Affordability
  7. 7. ADOLESCENT HEALTH Revised Wellness Policy Competitive Foods Policy Expanded STI Screening $26M New grants• CTG – Healthy CPS• Teen Dating Matters• Teen Pregnancy• Farm to School• Wellness Champions
  8. 8. ACCESS TO CARE City partners with 7 FQHCs Continued care for 28,000 1115 Waiver granted CDPH public health servicesremain
  9. 9. ACCESS TO CARE City mental health sites consolidated to 6 Capacity for 4,000 clients preserved 750 new clients seen by CDPH in 2012 $500,000 awarded for expanded psych servicesto 8 partners
  10. 10.  Student oral health services up 18% 113,000 served in 2011-2012 Services expanding to 106 high schoolsACCESS TO CARE
  11. 11. ACCESS TO CARE City invests $1.4M in new visionprogram 30,000 students to get optometry examand eyeglasses as needed CDPH to manage program
  12. 12. HEALTHY MOTHERS & BABIES15 hospitals working towardsBaby-Friendly Designation
  13. 13. PUBLIC HEALTH INFRASTRUCTUREMaking Data Available &Strengthening CDPH’sCapabilities
  14. 14.  27 miles of buffer and protected bike lanes 2 miles of other on-street bikeways 7 bridges made bicycle friendly 500 new bike racks installedOBESITY PREVENTION
  15. 15. OBESITY PREVENTION 13 licensed carts operating 30 vendors trained 30 carts planned for 2013
  16. 16. Increasing Healthy Food AccessOBESITY PREVENTION
  17. 17. CHICAGO’S FOOD PLAN
  18. 18. A RECIPE FOR HEALTHY PLACESStrategies1. BUILD HEALTHIER NEIGHBORHOODS: Focus planning and programs incommunities with an elevated risk for obesity-related diseases2. GROW FOOD: Create systems of productive landscapes3. EXPAND HEALTHY FOOD ENTERPRISES: Support businesses and socialenterprises that produce and distribute healthy food4. STRENGTHEN THE FOOD SAFETY NET: Ensure that residents can eat wellregardless of income5. SERVE HEALTHY FOOD AND BEVERAGES: Change the culture of eating atwork meetings, festivals, sports gatherings, community activities and placesof worship6. IMPROVE EATING HABITS: Help people discover appealing, nutritious foods
  19. 19. A RECIPE FOR HEALTHY PLACES
  20. 20. A RECIPE FOR HEALTHY PLACESCommunities with an elevated risk ofobesity-related diseases
  21. 21. • Housing• Retail• Green infrastructure• Cultural and historic resources• Manufacturing• Open space and trails• Productive landscapesGREEN HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD LAND USESTRATEGY
  22. 22. GREEN HEALTHY NEIGHBORHOOD LAND USESTRATEGY
  23. 23. Obesity PreventionPRESENTATION OUTLINEPRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPE GOAL: Encourage development of clustersof vacant land for urban agriculture in strategic locations
  24. 24. Zoning Text Amendment for UrbanAgriculture Uses
  25. 25. Addressing Access to Healthy Food• Urban agriculture ordinance• Produce carts• Healthy corner store project• New grocery stores in low foodaccess areas• Produce added to stores• Farmer’s markets in underserved areasACCESS TO HEALTHY FOODS
  26. 26. Obesity PreventionACCESS TO HEALTHY FOODS
  27. 27. facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealth @ChiPublicHealth312.747.9884CityofChicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago@CityofChicago.org

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