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    • Information + action for social change
      A Resource for all of California
    • Welcome and Introductions
      • Name and Organization
      • Briefly, what brought you here today?
    • Agenda
      • Introduce Advancement Project and Healthy City
      • Explore region’s interest in a Healthy City partnership
      • Provide an opportunity to test drive Healthycity.org
    • A National civil rights “ACTION TANK”
    • DIRECT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE:
      Work ON-THE-GROUND to develop targeted research/policy strategies and web tools.
      ONLINE MAPPING TECHNOLOGY
      www.HealthyCity.org
      COMMUNITY RESEARCH LAB
      Engages, trains, and provides tools for community groups to lead and sustain action-oriented research
      …is about finding strategic solutions to support your work
    • Partners
      Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
      Advancement Project
      USC School of Social Work
      2-1-1 LA County
      United Ways of California
      Children Now
      California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
      Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
      Prevention Institute
      The California Endowment
      Legal Services of No. Cal.
      California Rural Legal Assistance
      Sacramento Housing Alliance
      UC Davis – Center for Regional Change
      Community Services Planning Council
      United Way Bay Area
      Santa Clara Comm. Benefits Coalition
      Urban Strategies Council
      San Mateo Healthy Communities Collaborative
      Oakland Progressive Empowerment Network
      Contra Costa Crisis Center
      United Way of Fresno/2-1-1
      2-1-1 San Diego
      2-1-1 Monterey County
      2-1-1 San Bernardino
      Volunteer Center of Riverside County
      United Way Bay Area/Helplink
      Community Service Planning Council – 2-1-1 Sacramento
      UW Silicon Valley/Santa Clara
      Eden I & R – 211 Alameda
      Interface Children Family Services – 2-1-1 Ventura
      Volunteer Center of Sonoma County
    • The HealthyCity.org website
    • HealthyCity.org is a statewide resource that enables you to:
      • Find services and points
      • Map, Chart & Rank community data
      • Upload data & Share your community’s story
    • 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
    • What’s on HealthyCity.org?
      Oh, the Data You’ll See!
    • Types of Maps on HealthyCity.org
      Point
      Thematic
    • Services & Points
    • Healthy City has 2-1-1 data (health & human services) for the following counties:
      Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno,
      Los Angeles, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Solano, Sonoma, Ventura
    • Community Data
      Population Characteristics –
      Age, Ethnicity, Educational Attainment, etc.
      Civic Participation
      Child Welfare
      Child Care & Early Education
      Income & Poverty
      Employment
      Nonprofit Infrastructure
      Environment & Land Use
      Health – Birth, Prenatal & Child
      Health - Conditions, Disease & Injury
      Health – Deaths
      Health - Insurance & access
      Health – Physical Activity & Nutrition
      Neighborhood & Community
      Crime & Public Safety
      Housing
      • Over 2500 variables
      • Multiple years of data
    • Find a Service:
      You’re a case manager in Fresno looking for food and shelter options for a client.
      They live in ZIP code 93710
      You can save and share anything you create while logged in
      GET STARTED!
    • *ZIP code 93710
    • *Food & Shelter
    • *Food & Shelter
    • List the services ONLY within the area you’ve selected
      Browse through listings to look at service details
    • SAVE this list for future reference
      PRINT list of services
      EMAIL a link to this list of services
      You can get directions for your client
    • Extensive CDE
      school data
    • Finding a Service
      Questions?
    • Providing visual evidence
      You can save and share anything you create while logged in
      GET STARTED!
    • Where are there families in poverty in Oakland?
      Are there resources in these highly impoverished areas?
    • Click the +- buttons
      to add
      Data to your map
    • Find local support services
    • Create a list of services to add to your map
    • Other Map Room Features
      CUSTOMIZE your map:
      Change the display of data
      Add boundary labels
      like ZIP or city
      Compare your region to another geography
    • Creating a map
      Questions?
    • Creating charts and tables to better understand a community or region
    • In LA County, what is the percentage of Renters v. Owners?
    • How does this compare to the state of California?
      Of the Housing Units in L.A. County:
      48.52 % are Owner Occupied
      51.48% are Renter Occupied
    • L.A. County has a higher ratio of renters to owners than the state of California
      View it as a pie chart
    • Grabbing a Stat using charts and tables
      Questions?
    • 6.
      Learn about advanced features
    • A few HealthyCity.org Advanced Features
      Save searches, maps & charts
      Upload your own Point & Thematic Datasets
      Draw your own neighborhood boundaries
      Create a live mapping session
      Tell your Story (with Pictures, Video & Audio)
      Search Stories, live maps, and more in the Share & Connect room
    • Your Saved searches are stored here
    • Draw your own neighborhood boundaries
    • Map or Chart data within your new boundary
    • Upload your own Point OR Thematic Datasets
    • Create an Excel Spreadsheet with up to
      1000 points
      *Save as Excel 97-2003 workbook*
    • Upload your own
      Thematic Datasets
    • Create Live Mapping Sessions
      (with Pictures, Video & Audio)
      A Live Map enables multiple people to :
      • Draw and drop points, lines, and shapes on a shared map
      • Attach photos & video
    • Create a Story to:
      Promote your initiative or highlight your work!
      Package your saved maps, live mapping sessions, reports, multi-media and more into a “story” that you can share
      Create a Story
    • Share and Search Stories (& more) Statewide
    • Upcoming Training Dates
      Community Planning and Development Webinar February 22, 10 – 11am
      Introductory Webinar
      February 24 at 2pm
      Advanced Webinar
      March 16th at 10am
    • Help is Available:
      Click on
      • Healthy City User Guide
      or
      • FAQs
    • Healthy City Strategic Partnerships
      Governing
      Statewide
      Regional
      211/I & R
    • Regional Partners:
      • “EYES/EARS” ON THE GROUND
      • LOCAL DATA
      • LOCAL OUTREACH
      Priority Regions
      • Bay Area
      • Greater Sacramento
      • Central Valley
      • San Diego
    • Goals/Outcomes
      Regional and relevant resource
      Champions for HC.org
      Increased capacity to use HC.org for action
    • Roles & Commitments
      Healthy City
      • Provide staff/support to facilitate and conduct presentations and trainings
      • Technical support to partners interested in enhancing their utilization of HC.org
      • Realize regional needs, including functionality of the Healthy City website, data, and outreach requests
      Partners
      • Participate in all meetings
      • Identify outreach opportunities
      • Promote Healthy City statewide system among colleagues, networks, and sector representatives.
      • Advise on functionality, data sources, formatting, and other technological issues
    • Thank You!