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  1. 1. Kids’ Meals Toy Ordinance San Francisco, CACollaboration Multiplier Linda Shak, MPH Juliet Sims, MPH May 20, 2011 www.preventioninstitute.org What’s Health Got To Do With It?
  2. 2. Quality Prevention is the Catalyst for ChangeENVIRONMENT HEALTH & SAFETY BEHAVIOR “Dont expect politicians, One Key Fact: even good ones, to do your job for you. Politicians are like weather vanes. Our job is to make the wind blow. ” Useful policy is often developed David Brower, environmentalist locally
  3. 3. Forming Broader Partnerships to“The determinants of health are Meet Mutual Goals beyond the capacity of any one practitioner or discipline to manage… We must collaborate to survive, as disciplines and as professionals attempting to help our communities and each other. ” –Mitchel and Crittenden, Washington Public Health Fall 2000 Why is Multi-Field Collaboration is Hard Work? Multi-Field Collaboration is Hard Work Diverse partners: View the world differently May lack understanding of other field’s issues, values, capabilities, and goals and priorities Speak different languages Follow different mandates Must juggle issues between the “home” agency and the collaborative Benefits to Multi-Field Collaboration Brings in the diverse expertise and resources Provides access to broader constituencies and What are the advantages of working networks with different fields? Increases access to funding opportunities and other resources Fosters sustainability
  4. 4. Collaboration Multiplier Collaborator 1 Collaborator 3Expertise: Expertise: Shared OutcomesAnticipated AnticipatedOutcomes: Outcomes: HealthyKey Strategies: Partner Strengths Key Strategies: Safety & Eating & Preventing Physical Collaborator 2 Collaborator 4 ViolenceExpertise: Expertise: Activity Joint Strategies/Anticipated Activities AnticipatedOutcomes: Outcomes:Key Strategies: Key Strategies: Addressing the Intersection: Preventing Violence and Promoting Healthy Eating and Active Living “Reality and perception of violence are justifications for people not being outside or letting children outside, and not walking to places that they normally would” -Community Leader Preventing violence through urban farming Denver, CO Violence Prevention Public Health City Council Urban Agriculture
  5. 5. Collaboration Multiplier Collaborator 1 Collaborator 3Expertise: Expertise: Shared OutcomesAnticipated AnticipatedOutcomes: Outcomes:Key Strategies: Key Strategies: Partner Strengths Collaborator 2 Collaborator 4Expertise: Expertise: Joint Strategies/Anticipated Activities AnticipatedOutcomes: Outcomes:Key Strategies: Key Strategies: Collaboration Multiplier: Improving Safety and Increasing Access to Healthy Food Public Health PH Violence Prevention VP Urban Agriculture Expertise: Expertise: UA • Experience in population-based interventions •Expertise in youth violence prevention and Expertise: and collection of data on chronic disease and intervention injury rates Anticipated Outcomes: Anticipated Outcomes: • Unification of collaborative efforts to address •Decreased gang violence and increased violence and chronic disease positive opportunities for at-risk youth Key Strategies: Key Strategies: • Facilitate system and policy changes that link •Build youth leadership and connect youth + healthy eating active living with violence to training and employment opportunities Anticipated Outcomes: prevention efforts Urban Agriculture UA City Council CC Expertise: Expertise: • Knowledge on urban food system infrastructure and • Knowledge and ability to influence local implementation policy decisions Anticipated Outcomes: Anticipated Outcomes: • Long-term partnerships to achieve sustainable •Policies that promote health and safety in Key Strategies: food systems the district Key Strategies: Key Strategies: • Create mechanisms for residents to access •Help leverage funds for long-term fresh, affordable healthy foods sustainability Urban Agriculture Violence Prevention UA VP Expertise: Expertise: • Knowledge on urban food system infrastructure and implementation Anticipated Outcomes: Anticipated Outcomes: • Long-term partnerships to achieve sustainable food systems Key Strategies: Key Strategies: • Create mechanisms for residents to access fresh, affordable healthy foods
  6. 6. Public Health PH Violence VP Shared Outcomes Prevention Violence Prevention Expertise: • Experience in population-based Expertise: VP interventions and collection of data on chronic disease and injury rates • Expertise in youth violence prevention and interventionExpertise: Anticipated Outcomes: Anticipated Outcomes:• Expertise in youth violence prevention and • Unification of collaborative efforts to • Decreased gang violence and address violence and chronic disease intervention increased positive opportunities for at-risk youth Key Strategies: Partner Strengths Key Strategies: • Facilitate system and policy changes that link healthy eating active living • Build youth leadership and connect youth to training and employmentAnticipated Outcomes: with violence prevention efforts opportunities• Decreased gang violence and increased Urban Agriculture UA City Council CC positive opportunities for at-risk youth Expertise: Expertise: • Knowledge on urban food system • Knowledge and ability to influence infrastructure and implementation local policy decisions Joint Anticipated Outcomes: Strategies/ActivitiesKey Strategies: Anticipated Outcomes: • Long-term partnerships to achieve • Policies that promote health and sustainable food systems• Build youth leadership and connect youth to safety in the district training and employment opportunities Key Strategies: Key Strategies: • Create mechanisms for residents to • Help leverage funds for long-term access fresh, affordable healthy sustainability foods Shared Outcomes Partner Strengths PH + VP + UA + CC • Established trust and respect in community • Strong partnerships among partner • Local policy maker involvement organizations and community and support members • Experience in community • Safe community gathering space: engagement and training Urban farm • Content expertise • Employment for youth and adults • In-kind support • Increased access to healthy foods • Linked to broader city-wide • Institutional systems and local initiatives policies to promote health and safety Partner Strengths Joint Strategies/ActivitiesUA Established trust and respect in • • Establish urban farm and farmer’s market community • Build youth capacity to understand goal and advocate for environmental and policy • Experience in community VP changes engagement and training • Build capacity of leaders • Cultivate relationships and partnershipsPH In-kind support • • Connect youth and community residents to training and employment • Linked to broader city-wide opportunities initiatives CC
  7. 7. PH VP Public Health Violence Prevention Expertise: Shared Outcomes Expertise: • Strong partnerships among partner Joint Strategies/Activities •Experience in population-based interventions and collection of data organizations and community members •Expertise in youth violence prevention and intervention on chronic disease and injury rates • Safe community gathering space: Urban farm • Employment for youth and adults • Establish Urban Farm and Farmer’s Anticipated Outcomes: • Increased access to healthy foods • Institutional systems and local policies to Anticipated Outcomes: •Unification of collaborative Market efforts to address violence and promote health and safety •Decreased gang violence and chronic disease increased positive opportunities for at-risk youth Key Strategies: Partner Strengths PH + UA VP •Facilitate system and policy • Established trust and respect in community Key Strategies: changes that link healthy eating •Build youth leadership and • Local policy maker involvement and support connect youth to training and active living with violence • Experience in community engagement and prevention efforts employment opportunities training UA • Content expertise Urban Agriculture CC • Connect Youth and Community • In-kind support City Council • Linked to broader city-wide initiatives Expertise/: Expertise: Residents to Training and Employment •Knowledge on urban food • Knowledge and ability to Opportunities system infrastructure and implementation Joint Strategies/Activities influence local policy decisions Anticipated Outcomes: • Establish urban farm and farmer’s market Anticipated Outcomes: • Build youth capacity to understand goal and PH + VP + UA + CC •Long-term partnerships to achieve sustainable food advocate for environmental and policy changes •Policies that promote health • Build capacity of leaders and safety in the district systems • Cultivate relationships and partnerships • Connect youth and community residents to Key Strategies: training and employment opportunities Key Strategies: •Create mechanisms for •Help leverage funds for long- residents to access fresh, term sustainability affordable healthy foodsElements of Collaboration Multiplier can be “While I have always known that it ismodified depending on coalition needs… important to address violence while promoting healthy eating active living, FUNDED MANDATES the issue has always seemed like PROBLEM DEFINITION something ‘outside of my scope,’ and I have not had the tools or understandingAPPROACHES PLAYERS to deal with this issue.” FUNDING SOURCES - Community grantee representing HEAL “This initiative has helped me connect Activity with violence prevention organizations, and I have been able to learn from these partners and become familiar with their tools and policy and environmental change initiatives.” - Community grantee representing HEAL
  8. 8. Collaboration Multiplier Collaboration Multiplier Importance – Why is this issue important to your field? Key Strategies - What key strategies/activities are you Expertise/Assets - What expertise and resources (knowledge, implementing that are relevant to this issue? skills, training, funding) do you bring to the table? Results/Outcomes - What specific results/outcomes are you Results/Outcomes - What specific results/outcomes are you seeking related to the collaborative goals? What does success seeking related to the collaborative goals? What does success look like? look like? Expertise/Assets - What expertise and resources (knowledge, Key Strategies - What key strategies/activities are you skills, training, funding) do you bring to the table? implementing that are relevant to this issue? Partnership – Which partners/participants can you bring to the table to enhance outcomes? Organizational Benefit – How does your organization benefit from participating in this collaborative? Collaboration Multiplier Collaboration Multiplier Policy Goal 1: You are working to alter your city’s Policy Goal 1: You are working to alter your city’s zoning codes, which are creating barriers to urban zoning codes, which are creating barriers to urban agriculture. agriculture. Possible partners (choose 4): Community development Policy Goal 2: You are trying to develop and Land use planners implement a healthy, sustainable, and local food Legal experts procurement policy for all county agencies. Civil rights/grassroots organizers Policy Goal 3: You are trying to pass a local tax on Hunger activists soda to help fund child prevention programs to advance Sustainable agriculture advocates healthy eating and active living. Environmental justice City council member Faith-based organization Collaboration Multiplier Collaboration MultiplierPolicy Goal 2: You are trying to develop and implement a Policy Goal 3: You are trying to pass a local tax on sodahealthy, sustainable, and local food procurement policy to help fund child prevention programs to advance healthyfor your county. Possible partners (choose 4): eating and active living. Possible partners (choose 4): Farmers/farming groups School superintendent Health department staff Faith-based community Hunger activists Health care Sustainable agriculture activists City council member Health care Transportation Legal experts Civil right/grassroots organizers Board of supervisor member School food director Parks and recreation
  9. 9. Collaboration Multiplier Next Steps After Completion of Collaboration Multiplier Expertise/Assets - What expertise and resources (knowledge, skills, training, funding) do you bring to the table? Tailor your messages to engage different Results/Outcomes - What specific results/outcomes are you sectors in achieving your goals seeking related to the collaborative goals? What does success look like? Identify missing partners, outreach, and learn Key Strategies - What key strategies/activities are you how they fit into the matrix implementing that are relevant to this issue? Focus on the gaps or needs to reduce duplication of effort ADD Implementation of what they have; selecting common priority strategies Collaboration Multiplier TOOLS Collaborator 1 Expertise / Resources: Anticipated Shared Outcomes Collaboration 3 Expertise / Resources: Anticipated Outcomes: Outcomes: Key Key Strategies: Partner Strengths Strategies: Collaborator 2 Collaborator Expertise / 4 Expertise / Resources: Resources: Joint Strategies/ Anticipated Anticipated Activities Outcomes: Outcomes: Key Key Strategies: Strategies:www.preventioninstitute.org ENACT Local Policy Database ENACT Promising Practices in Nutrition and Environmental Physical Activity Nutrition & Activity Catalogues promising Community policies in nutrition and activity at the local level Tool http://www.preventioninstitute.org/sa/ http://www.preventioninstitute.org/sa/policies/
  10. 10. Convergence Partnership Food BriefDeveloping Effective Coalitions:The 8-Step Process 8. Improve through evaluation 7. Maintain coalition vitality 6. Develop a successful structure www.preventioninstitute.org 5. Anticipate necessary resources 4. Convene the coalition 3. Devise preliminary objectives and activities Linda Shak: linda@preventioninstitute.org 2. Recruit the right people Juliet Sims: juliet@preventioninstitute.org 1. Analyze program objectives, determine whether to form a coalition 221 Oak Street Oakland, California 94607 phone: 510-444-7738 fax: 510-663-1280

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