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PowerPoint from the HealthyCity.org webinar training for our 211 Partners

PowerPoint from the HealthyCity.org webinar training for our 211 Partners

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  • DATA & TECHNOLOGY HealthyCity.org allows users to search for local services, conduct research and connect with their communities. Beyond providing free access to the largest database of community services and localized data variables, HealthyCity.org offers the ability for users to “tell their own story” by uploading their own data or multimedia to the system.More about www.HealthyCity.org:There are a range of tools available on www.HealthyCity.org which allow users to find services in their neighborhood, map data about their community, and even upload and share their own information about a neighborhood. Key features include:Locate Resources: Focusing on one of our key goals to help families find resources through intermediaries such as case managers, social workers, etc., we display LA County 2-1-1 social service resources. Moving statewide, we will partner with 2-1-1 agencies in other regions of California in order to display that data and increase accessibility to resources.Conduct Analysis: HealthyCity.org has the capacity to map community characteristics (over 900 variables) such as demographic, health, economic, park/green space, etc. You can create community profiles and find gaps in services in relation to need. Advanced mapping functionality allows for the mapping of two variables at once and ranking areas according to how they fare on various community characteristics. Healthy City will have more years of data for the entire state, enabling comparisons between counties across multiple years. Healthy City will have expanded crime and public safety data, as well as new statewide health data, child welfare and public assistance data. Web 2.0 Features: Enable users to upload their own points of interest, save comments on resources, create their own neighborhood boundaries, and save maps! For the statewide platform, Healthy City users will be able to create online affinity groups and share maps, charts, videos, pictures, and comments with partners across California.
  • HC.org provides these people with data and technology to support their work within and on behalf of our communities. HC.org helps encourage data-driven planning and inform policy within sectors such as Education, Public Safety, Health, Public Health, Government, etc.
  • TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: Healthy City works with organizations to develop targeted research strategies and customized web tools to help achieve their community’s goals. Healthy City’s multi-disciplinary team has created customized approaches to support governmental, foundation, and community-based research needs. Our services are specifically designed to actively move the policy or planning discussion forward and to help good solutions come to fruition. 
  • CAPACITY-BUILDINGHealthy City offers a specialized program called the Community Research Lab (CRL) which engages, trains, and provides tools for community organizations to lead and sustain research. The CRL offers organizations the opportunity to experiment with multiple research and technology tools and apply new skills to their organizational strategy.
  • The site search is comprehensive – searching through names of organizations, service categories, and data on the site.
  • New point data…Over the last year we’ve reached out to 2-1-1 agencies across the state to display their data.We’ve also added Hospitals, Head Start agencies, as well as other points that have often been requested - Alcohol Outlets, EPA sites, etc.
  • Evaluate differences in socioeconomic, health and other data within your City, County, State, or other geography of interest.
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  • Transcript

    • 1. Information + action for social change
      Now a Resource for all of California
    • 2. National civil rights POLICY/ ACTION TANK
      …Civil Rights 2.0
      URBAN PEACE
      CONNIE RICE
      SCHOOLS FOR ALL
      MOLLY MUNGER,
      STEVE ENGLISH
      Healthy City
      JOHN KIM
      Transparency in Public Finance
      INGER BRINCK
    • 3. Who is Healthy City?
      Healthy City is
      an information + action resource
      that unites
      rigorous research, community voices
      and innovative technologies
      to solve the root causes of social inequity
    • 4. Healthy City
      The Healthy City team consists of authorities in public policy, research, technology and data analysis.
      John Kim – Director, Healthy City | Co-Director, Advancement Project
      Caroline Rivas – Sr. Project Manager
      Chris Schweidler – Sr. Research Manager
      Lori Thompson – Technology Manager
      Chris Ringewald – Sr. Research Analyst
      Tahirah Farris – Project Manager
      Nkechi Obioha – Project Manager
      Shannon Ulrickson – Outreach Coordinator
      Janice Burns – Research Analyst
      Dagmar Paul – Data Analyst
      Taisha Bonilla – Executive Assistant to John Kim
    • 5. What Does HC Do?
      Data & Technology: Data, maps, and service referral through our easy to use online platform HealthyCity.org
      Technical Assistance: Work ON-THE-GROUND to develop targeted research/policy strategies and web tools
      Community Research Lab: engages, trains, and provides tools for CBO’s to lead and sustain research.
    • 6. Partners
      • Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
      • 7. Advancement Project
      • 8. USC School of Social Work
      • 9. 2-1-1 LA County
      • 10. United Ways of California
      • 11. Children Now
      • 12. California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
      • 13. Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
      • 14. Prevention Institute
      • 15. The California Endowment
      • 16. Legal Services of No. Cal.
      • 17. California Rural Legal Assistance
      • 18. Sacramento Housing Alliance
      • 19. UC Davis – Center for Regional Change
      • 20. Community Services Planning Council
      • 21. United Way Bay Area
      • 22. Santa Clara Comm. Benefits Coalition
      • 23. Urban Strategies Council
      • 24. San Mateo Healthy Communities Collaborative
      • 25. Oakland Progressive Empowerment Network
      • 26. Contra Costa Crisis Center
      • 27. United Way of Fresno/2-1-1
      • 28. 2-1-1 San Diego
      • 29. 2-1-1 Monterey County
      • 30. 2-1-1 San Bernardino
      • 31. Volunteer Center of Riverside County
      • 32. United Way Bay Area/Helplink
      • 33. Community Service Planning Council – 2-1-1 Sacramento
      • 34. UW Silicon Valley/Santa Clara
      • 35. Eden I & R – 211 Alameda
    • DATA & TECHNOLOGY
      The HealthyCity.org website
    • 36. Use HealthyCity.org to:
      Find services
      Conduct Research
      Share your community’s story
      Anywhere in California!
    • 37. Case Manager
      Funder
      Service Provider
      HealthyCity.org
      Website
      Community Organizer
      Policy Advocate
      Researcher
      …to fuel social change and improve our communities
      Who Uses HealthyCity.org?
      Grant Writer
    • 38. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
      Healthy City works with organizations to develop targeted research strategies and customized web tools to help achieve their community’s goals.
    • 39. TA Clients(partial)
    • CAPACITY BUILDING
      The Community Research Lab is a specialized program which will engage, train, and provide tools for community organizations to:
      Lead and sustain research
      Experiment with multiple research methods and technology
      Apply new skills to their organizational strategies
    • 60. Community Research Lab (CRL) Approach
      Community Based Participatory Research Model
      COLLABORATION
      * Upcoming Courses
      TRAINING
      TECHNOLOGY
      * Healthy City website
      * Mobile Voices
      The CRL seeks to increase the research capacity and advocacy strategies of community based organizations.
    • 61. Community Research Lab (CRL)
      Upcoming Courses
      • No-cost DIY Research: An Introduction for CBOs to using Healthy City for Research
      • 62. Understanding and Using Maps in Research and Advocacy
      • 63. Creating Community Profiles
      • 64. A is for Asset: Using Healthy City to Identify and Map the Assets in Your Community
      • 65. Mobile Journalism
      Courses Launch April 2010!
    • 66. HealthyCity.org
      Demonstration
    • 67.
    • 68.
    • 69.
    • 70. Step 1:
      Sign Up for a
      Free Account
    • 71. You can save and share anything you create while logged in
      GET STARTED!
    • 72. Find a Service Room
      On the ground service referral (I & R)
      Collaborate with similar agencies
      Get detailed data on schools
    • 73. Services & Points
      Social Service data from 2-1-1
      Over 30,000
      Service sites across California
      (Includes: Basic Needs, Legal Services, Education, Health Care, Employment, and many other Community Services)
    • 74. You can save and share anything you create while logged in
      GET STARTED!
    • 75. You’re a case manager in Fresno looking for food and shelter options for a client.
      They live in ZIP code 93710
    • 76.
    • 77.
    • 78. List the services ONLY within the area you’ve selected
    • 79.
    • 80. SAVE this list for future reference
      PRINT list of services
      EMAIL a link to this list of services
    • 81.
    • 82.
    • 83.
    • 84.
    • 85.
    • 86. View services on a map
    • 87.
    • 88.
    • 89. Update Information
    • 90.
    • 91.
    • 92.
    • 93.
    • 94.
    • 95.
    • 96. Resource Guides Available:
      Click on
      • Service Categories
    • 97. Search for services
      by keyword
    • 98.
    • 99.
    • 100.
    • 101.
    • 102. Extensive School Data
    • 103.
    • 104.
    • 105. Find a Service room
      Questions?
    • 106.
    • 107. Community Data
    • 126. MAP ROOM
      Map demographic, health and other data
      Create asset maps & find gaps in services
      Map two geographies or two variables at a time
    • 127. Click on Change to
      select your area of interest
      How to improve outreach efforts to
      Spanish Speakers in San Mateo?
    • 128.
    • 129. Click the +- buttons
      to add
      Data to your map
    • 130.
    • 131. Add a second layer of data:
      Families in poverty
    • 132.
    • 133. Customize your map
      (color, data ranges, classes)
    • 134.
    • 135. Click on the i tool, then anywhere in the map to find out more!
    • 136.
    • 137.
    • 138. Click on Go to Area to reset your selected geography
    • 139. See the data in a chart
    • 140. View absolute numbers & percentages for each category
    • 141. Comparing two areas:
      Where to expand educational resources for pregnant teens in Los Angeles?
    • 142.
    • 143.
    • 144.
    • 145.
    • 146. Hover to view name
      Click to get details
    • 147.
    • 148. Save your map
    • 149.
    • 150. Community Asset Profile
    • 151.
    • 152. Learn about our data sources
    • 153.
    • 154. Map room
      Questions?
    • 155.
    • 156. Compare your area of interest to the state of California for any variable
    • 157.
    • 158.
    • 159.
    • 160. View multiple years of data
      for certain indicators
    • 161.
    • 162.
    • 163. Rank indicators by Geography:
      Where are the highest numbers
      of Firearm Hospitalizations?
    • 164. Data & Chart room
      Questions?
    • 165.
    • 166. You can:
      • Create Projects
      • 167. Upload your own Point & Thematic Datasets
      • 168. Add Pictures, Video, Audio
      • 169. Share / Search Projects & Groups Statewide
    • You can now
      create, save, and share data
    • 170.
    • 171.
    • 172.
    • 173.
    • 174. Fill in the details and upload your spreadsheet
    • 175.
    • 176.
    • 177.
    • 178.
    • 179.
    • 180.
    • 181.
    • 182.
    • 183.
    • 184.
    • 185.
    • 186.
    • 187.
    • 188. Describe your project, set preferences, label points
    • 189.
    • 190.
    • 191. Click to read more &
      watch the video
    • 192.
    • 193.
    • 194.
    • 195. Share & Connect
      and
      My Account
      Questions?
    • 196. You can save and share anything you create while logged in
      GET STARTED!
    • 197.
    • 198. Thank You!

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