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  • Core Funding from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
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  • 15-20% DO NOT know their partners status
  • Most people don’t think they are at risk for HIV…
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  • 1. Safe and Healthy Futures in Genesee County Prevention Research Center of Michigan 2012 Symposium 1
  • 2. Welcome and IntroductionDavid Gordon, Dean, UM Flint School of Health Professions and Studies Mark Valacak, Health Officer, Genesee County Health Department
  • 3. Overview of the PRC/MIMarc ZimmermanDirector, PRC/MIUniversity of Michigan School of Public Health
  • 4. PRC/MI Community Board Partners Dort-Oak Park Neighborhood Genesee County Community House Action Resource Center Flint Odyssey Awareness Center Greater Flint Health Coalition YOUR Center Flint/Genesee County Neighborhood Roundtable University of Michigan School of Public Health Genesee County Health Department University of Michigan - Flint
  • 5. 2011 Speak To Your Health! Community Survey Presented by the PRC/MI Survey Committee and thePRC/MI Genesee County Community Board
  • 6. Survey MethodologyDaniel J. Kruger,University of Michigan School of Public Health
  • 7. 2011 Survey Committee Co-Chairs:  Daniel Kruger, UM-SPH (past Chair)  Susan Frazier-Kouassi, UM-SPH (current Chair)  Suzanne Cupal, Genesee County Health Department Committee Members:  Bettina Campbell, YOUR Center  E. Hill De Loney, Flint Odyssey House - HAC  Micki Juip, Hurley Medical Center  Erin Conklin, Genesys Health System  Arlene Sparks, GCCARD  Mark Valacak, Genesee County Health Officer
  • 8. Multi-modal Design  Random sample of adults 18+ in Genesee County  Telephone interviews  Mailed hard copy  On-line survey  Results will be weighted
  • 9. Multi-modal survey 911 Mail-in 285 Online 61 Telephone 15 CBO recruited 9
  • 10. 2011 Survey Topics Physical and Mental Health Health Care Access, Coverage, Satisfaction, Trust Health Promoting Behaviors (nutrition, exercise, etc.) Health Adverse Behaviors (tobacco use, etc.) Spirituality, Religion, and Health Experiences of and Perceptions of Racism Financial Health Violence, Crime, and Incarceration Perceptions of Neighborhood Conditions Sleep Quality
  • 11. Strengths Needs assessment, planning, and program evaluation Best local health data in Michigan Comparison of health data at various levels Geographic mapping of information can identify areas with certain assets or need
  • 12. Geographic MappingSurvey data can bemapped and analyzed atdifferent geographicallevels: •Census Tract •ZIP Code •School attendance area •City Ward •Etc.
  • 13. Nutrition and Physical ActivityTony CuttittaGreater Flint Health Coalition
  • 14. Percent Who Consume at Least 5 Fruits andVegetables per Day, 2005-2011
  • 15. Consume at Least 5 Fruits and Vegetables per Dayby Race, 201135302520 Total15 African American10 European American 5 0 Flint Genesee County
  • 16. Difficulty Getting to a Grocery Store or Supermarket with aVariety of Fresh Fruits and Vegetablesby Race, 2011302520 Total15 African American10 European American 5 0 Flint Genesee County
  • 17. How many days per week do you engage inmoderate physical activity?100 90 80 70 0 60 1 50 2 p < .05 40 3 30 4 20 5+ 10 0 Black or African White American
  • 18. How many days per week do you engage invigorous physical activity?100 90 80 70 0 60 1 50 2 No difference 40 3 30 4 20 5+ 10 0 Black or African White American
  • 19. Is there a park in your neighborhood that you feelsafe using for physical activity? 100 90 80Percent saying “Yes” 70 60 50 p < .001 40 30 20 10 0 Black or African White American
  • 20. DiabetesMicki JuipHurley Medical Center
  • 21. Have you been diagnosed with diabetes by adoctor? (by race)
  • 22. Have you been diagnosed with diabetes by a doctor? (by age)30252015 Genesee County10 Michigan 5 0 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65-74 75+
  • 23. Mental HealthShante BurkeCommunity Mental Health
  • 24. Mental health: StressHow often have you......been upset because of something that happened that you didn’t expect?...felt nervous and stressed out?...felt that you had so many problems that you could not deal with them? 24
  • 25. Mental health: Depressive symptomsDuring the past week, how often you felt or thought... …lonely …blue or sad …no interest in things 25
  • 26. DiscriminationElder Sarah Bailey,Bridges into the Future 26
  • 27. How often are you…ignored, overlooked, or not given service (restaurant, store, etc.) 27
  • 28. How often are you…treated rudely or disrespectfully 28
  • 29. How often are you…observed or followed while in public places 29
  • 30. How often are you…treated as if you were stupid, being talked down to? 30
  • 31. How often are…Your ideas or opinions being minimized, ignored or devalued 31
  • 32. Total Discrimination 4 p < .001 3.5 3 2.5 2 1.98 1.8 1.5 1 Black or African White American 32
  • 33. Risk and Protective Behaviors for STIsBettina Campbell, MSWYOUR Center
  • 34. With how many different partners have you hadsexual intercourse within the past 12 months? 60 50 40 Percent 30 Flint 20 Out-County 10 0 0 1 2+ Number of Partners
  • 35. Do you know your partner or all of your partner’sHIV status? 90 80 70 60 Percent 50 Flint 40 Out-County 30 20 10 0 Yes No
  • 36. What do you think are your chances ofgetting HIV? 80 70 60 50 Percent 40 Flint 30 Out-County 20 10 0 None Low Medium High Perceived chance of getting HIV
  • 37. Frequency of condom use when having sex with anew partner 37
  • 38. Neighborhood PerceptionsDaniel Kruger, PRC/MI
  • 39. How satisfied are you with the quality of life in yourneighborhood? 60 50 40 30 Flint 20 Genesee County 10 0 Very Dissatisfied Satisfied Very Dissatisfied Satisfied
  • 40. How often do you and other people in this neighborhoodvisit in each other’s homes or outside the home? Flint Genesee County 39.4 34.6 28.9 29.5 23.6 16.8 13 14.2 Never Rarely Sometimes Often
  • 41. People in this neighborhood are willing to help their neighbors5040302010 0 Strongly Disagree Neither Agree Strongly Disagree Agree nor Agree Disagree Flint Genesee County
  • 42. People in this neighborhood can be trusted. Flint Genesee County 39.6 28.9 28.7 23.9 19.5 18.8 13.7 11.1 9.2 6.6 Strongly Disagree Neither Agree Agree Strongly Agree Disagree nor Disagree
  • 43. How fearful are you about crime in yourneighborhood? Flint Genesee County 45.3 40 33.6 33.2 16.9 16.2 10.7 4.2 Very fearful Somewhat Not very fearful Not at all fearful fearful
  • 44. How safe is it to walk around alone in yourneighborhood during the daytime? Flint Genesee County 52.7 47.4 37.4 22.8 15.5 9.1 10.9 4.3 Extremely Somewhat Fairly safe Completely dangerous dangerous safe
  • 45. How safe is it to walk around alone in yourneighborhood after dark? Flint Genesee County 40 34.8 33 32 25 22.5 9 2.7 Extremely Somewhat Fairly safe Completely dangerous dangerous safe
  • 46. Social CapitalSusan Frazier-Kouassi, PhDPrevention Research Center of Michigan
  • 47. I often get emotional support and practical helpfrom my blood relatives 37.4 39.2 13 8.1 2.3 Strongly Agree Neither Disagree Strongly Agree Agree nor Disagree Disagree 47
  • 48. I often get emotional support and practical helpfrom my friends 47.8 29.7 15.9 4.7 1.9Strongly Agree Neither Disagree Strongly Agree Agree nor Disagree Disagree 48
  • 49. I am closely connected to and involved in mycommunity 38.7 27.4 18.8 10.2 4.9 Strongly Agree Neither Disagree Strongly Agree Agree nor Disagree Disagree 49
  • 50. I am closely connected to and involved in mychurch or religious organization 28.1 23.8 21.9 17.4 8.7 Strongly Agree Neither Disagree Strongly Agree Agree nor Disagree Disagree 50
  • 51. Social Capital4.5 43.5 32.5 2 Black or African American1.5 White 1 * p < .05 *** p < .001
  • 52. For more information Sign up to receive our monthly Speak to Your Health News Briefs Request a presentation for your organization
  • 53. http://prc.sph.umich.edu 53
  • 54. AcknowledgementsThe 2011 Speak To Your Health Survey was sponsored by: Prevention Research Center of Michigan, UM SPH Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center, UM SPH Crim Foundation Special thanks to our event sponsor: UM-Flint School of Health Professions and Studies 54
  • 55. Next Sessions Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center - Rm 1205 HOPE: HIV/STD Outreach, Prevention and Education – Rm 3201 Motherly Intercession: Strengthening Incarcerated Families – Rm 3202 YES: Youth Empowerment Solutions – Rm 3203 55