Are you pondering what i'm pondering

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A presentation I created for a training at my work. I made the images and graphics utilzied in the presentation... the presentation is not much of a written presentation focusing more on cued reminders for the presenter.

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Are you pondering what i'm pondering

  1. 1. Pinky & The Brain
  2. 2. [ Micro | Mezzo | Macro ]
  3. 3. The Line Up
  4. 4. Advocate
  5. 5. DiscussionWhat are some environmentsthat require change?
  6. 6. DiscussionHow can you make the changes?What are the processesThat could be implementedTo effect change?
  7. 7. SectorsSectors – Youth – Parent – Law enforcement – Civic / Volunteer Groups – Business – Healthcare Professionals – Media – School – Youth-serving Organizations – Religious / Fraternal organizations – State / Local / Tribal Government – Other substance abuse organizations – Chemical dependency treatment – Mental Health Services Representative
  8. 8. PRI Planning Framework
  9. 9. PRI Planning FrameworkGetting StartedPlanning the Planning• Determine participation• Clarifying Coalition Roles• Establishing Working Relationships• Creating Core Workgroups
  10. 10. PRI Planning FrameworkCapacityGrowing to Meet the Needs• Ongoing Process• Establishing Core Leaders• Recruiting & Retaining Membership• Offering Training & Technical Assistance
  11. 11. PRI Planning FrameworkAssessmentLets Be Evidence Based• Gathering & Evaluating Data• Gathering & Evaluating Community Information + Feedback
  12. 12. PRI Planning FrameworkPlanningMeasure Twice Cut Once• Using a Strategic Framework• Selecting Goals, Population, and Strategies• Developing a Strategic Plan
  13. 13. PRI Planning FrameworkImplementationGet’r done• Implemented strategic plan,• Confirming partnership• Implement environmental strategies• Implement selected direct prevention strategies
  14. 14. PRI Planning FrameworkReporting & EvaluationSo, How Did We Do• Reporting Outcomes and Measures
  15. 15. Logic ModelConsequences Consumption (Long-term / (Long-term / Intervening Short-term Short-term Variables Outcomes) Outcomes)Local Conditions Strategies& Contributing & Local Evaluation Plan Factors Implementation
  16. 16. Logic Model YouthConsequences Delinquency (Long-term / (HYS/JJ Short-term Perception of Outcomes) Enforcement)
  17. 17. Logic ModelConsumption Interactions(Long-term / with antisocial Short-term peers Outcomes) (10th grade)
  18. 18. Logic Model Current & Problem Drinking (HYS R/P)Intervening Alcohol Laws: Variables (Enforcement; Penalties; Regulations; Perception) Alcohol Availability: (Social Access)
  19. 19. Logic ModelLocal Conditions Alcohol Access& Contributing & Availability Factors
  20. 20. Logic Model Provide Informational Strategies Meetings & Local Community CafésImplementation Town Halls
  21. 21. Logic Model Public Awareness: Process measures; Community ProfileEvaluation Plan Survey; Managing for Parents of Young Children surveys
  22. 22. Logic Model Pasco Discovery Coalition - Logic Model Intervening Local Evaluation Plan Consequences Consumption Conditions and Strategies & Variables(Short-term and Long- (Long-term/Short- Contributing Local term Outcomes) term outcomes) (Including R/P Implementation Factors) Factors PDC Primary source from Annual Key Leader Coalition: family, friends Annual Coalition Survey Contract Services Sustainability Underage Drinking Documentation Current & Problem parties common Drinking Public Awareness: (HYS R/P) Youth Fighting Provide Informational Process measures; Weapon Carrying Meetings Community Profile Survey; Alcohol Laws: Managing for Parents of Community Café s Young Children surveys (Enforcement; Penalties; Alcohol Town Halls Regulations; Perception) Interactions with Access/AvailabilityYouth Delinquency antisocial peers Alcohol Availability: Environmental (HYS/JJ (10th grade) (Social Access) Understanding local Law enforcement Strategies: Perception of laws & policies policy modification Process measures and/or Enforcement) community survey; HYS Underage and Problem/Heavy Drinking Community Norms Teenage drinking (10th grade) Lifeskills Perception of Risk common Prevention/ Youth Friends Use Drugs Intervention Services: Any Underage Perception of Harm Leadership/Clubs Academic Failure Program pre/post; Drinking (HYS R/P factors) (Mentoring, After (10th grade 30-day use) School & Faith-based) Family Norms Poor Family Family Management Management: (Unsure of community Parenting Wisely Direct Services: (Cultural & Social Norm) laws and policies) Incredible Years outcome measures; Love & Logic Managing for Parents Extreme Economic of Young Children; HYS Deprivation
  23. 23. Handout –Empowerment Theory
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