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Lane County Prevention Program: Local and Federal Funds at Work
 

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Presented at the Oregon Addictions & Mental Health Division Center for Substance Abuse Prevention site visit, April 15, 2014.

Presented at the Oregon Addictions & Mental Health Division Center for Substance Abuse Prevention site visit, April 15, 2014.

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    Lane County Prevention Program: Local and Federal Funds at Work Lane County Prevention Program: Local and Federal Funds at Work Presentation Transcript

    • Local and Federal Funds at Work
    • PREVENTION: Behavioral Health Public Health CCO
    • 2014 GOALS FOR ADDICTIONS & MENTAL HEALTH 1. Increase public, educator & healthcare provider of addictions and mental health, including ACES, stigma reduction & positive social norms 2. Implement policies to reduce retail & social availability & access of alcohol, other drugs and gambling 3. Support healthcare & social service providers in adopting evidence-based addictions and mental health screening, assessment & referral policies 4. Support adoption & implementation of mental health- friendly workplace environments 5. Implement policies to reduce access to lethal means of self-harm
    • USING FEDERAL & STATE FUNDING PROGRAM ASSURANCES: We: • Support evidence-based prevention practices • Are Certified Prevention Specialists • Engage the community • Value & use data EXAMPLES: • Good Behavior Game • Family Check-up • Social Host Ordinances • MH First Aid • Question, Persuade, Refer • MH Promotion Steering Committee, Eugene Prevention Coalition, etc.
    • FY 13-14 AMH Flex AMH/Not Flex Local Beer & Wine Trillium OHA/PH MH Promotion $ 72,668 $ 67,454 A&D Prevention $ 179,375 $ 56,650 Gambling $ 92,004 SPF SIG (AD60) $ 180,000 CCO Prevention Positions $ 464,996 CCO Prevention Programs $ 544,400 Tobacco Prevention $ 214,710 Healthy Communities $ 81,250 TOTAL $ 344,047 $ 180,000 $ 56,650 $ 1,076,850 $ 295,960 TOTAL $ 1,953,507 OUR BUDGET
    • OUR BUDGET $- $200,000.00 $400,000.00 $600,000.00 $800,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $1,200,000.00 MH Promotion A&D Prevention Gambling SPF SIG (AD60) Prevention Positions Prevention Programs Tobacco Prevention Healthy Communities TOTAL AMH Flex AMH/Not Flex Local Beer & Wine Trillium OHA/PH
    • LEVERAGED RESOURCES = INCREASED PREVENTION FEDERAL/STATE FUNDS ALLOWS THE COUNTY TO: • Employ prevention experts • Develop content expertise • Engage the community • Develop relationships with key stakeholders • Fund limited prevention programs PARTNERSHIP WITH TRILLIUM ALLOWS: •  implementation prevention best practices •  ‘reach’ (geographically + discipline) •  FTE working in prevention • Advocacy for policy & environmental change
    • HELPING ACHIEVE THE TRIPLE AIM Implementing better population health, better healthcare and lower health costs. • What our organization provides that Trillium and others cannot: – LC is the local Mental Health and PH Authority – Expertise in Behavioral & Public Health •Prevention expertise
    • COMMUNITY HEALTH BENEFIT & HEALTH REFORM Community Health Community Based Prevention Service Integration Clinical Services
    • HOW DO PREVENTION STAFF WORK WITHIN THE CCO?
    • LC PREVENTION STAFF WORK WITHIN THE CCO CAC Prevention Work Group Health Disparities Work Group CHA/CHIP Work Group
    • HOW DO PREVENTION STAFF WORK WITHIN THE CCO? Clinical Advisory Panel (CAP) Behavioral Health Advisory Subcommittee Substance Abuse Early Childhood Mental Health Community Connections
    • Lane County H&HS Trillium CCO Lane County PH LC Prevention Oregon Health Authority A PARTNERSHIP THAT WORKS
    • www.preventionlane.org THANK YOU! More information: • Jennifer Webster, MPH, CHES – Jennifer.Webster@co.lane.or.us • C.A. Baskerville, CPS – Cindy.Baskerville@co.lane.or.us