GASPS Regional MeetingTravis Fretwell, MAC, NCAC II, CCSAssistant Executive Director & Director of theOffice of Prevention Services and Programs(404) 657-2315 firstname.lastname@example.org
Travis FretwellWE L C O M E
Today’s meeting will cover: Epi Updates Pre-Assessment Tasks Statewide Alcohol Awareness Campaign Technical Support FAQS from the Field Save the Dates
Margie Irizarry-DeLaCruzE P I U P D A TE S
Epi Data• Limited community-level data• Available Data - County-level baseline data (GSHS & GBI) - Snapshot the State will use to determine High Need areas - Indicators align with selected goals
Epi Data• Selected Indicators to determine HIGH NEED areas• Goal 1: Reduce the early onset of alcohol use among 9 to 20 year olds • Selected Indicator A: Age of Onset• Goal 2: Reduce the access to alcohol and binge drinking among 9 to 20 year olds • Selected Indicator B: Binge Drinking• Goal 3: Reduce binge drinking and heavy drinking among 18 to 25 year olds • Selected Indictor C: DUI Arrest
Criteria for Selecting High Need Areas Defining Communities• Number of goals identified in each county that ranked high - 3 Goals vs. 2 Goals vs. 1 Goal• Ranked high - Counts - Percentages Why?• Overlapping Issue - High need areas with no providers - Providers serving no high need areas - Target population to be served - Ethnic groups - Age groups
Criteria for Selecting High Need Areas Defining Communities• Overlapping Issue (cont) - Number of providers per county - Number of providers serving single counties vs. multiple counties vs. multiple regions - Other counties to be served proposed by providers - Proposed budget - Resources & capacity - Feasibility based on timeline
Criteria for Selecting High Need Areas Defining Communities• Next Steps - Narrowing down counties/defining communities - Individual cases - Conference call/web meeting • Sample Size will be determined at Need Assessment Training • Pre-Assessment Activities - February Focus
Selected Indicators A = Goal 1 (4) B = Goal 2 C = Goal 3 ( ) = Number of providers* Note: This is only a snapshotof HIGH NEED areas. Providers will determine goals during Needs Assessment. A (6) AB (1) C (2) AB (5) A (1) FY1 2 Region 3 Fund ed C ounties
A C (1) B B C C A B (2) A A B C (1) A B A A B C (3) (1) A B B (1) C (1) A C A (2) B A C B C (1) (1) (3) ABC (3) A B Selected Indicators B (1) (1) A = Goal 1 A C (1) B C (1) B = Goal 2 C = Goal 3 ( ) = Number of providers A C (1) * Note: This is only a snapshot of HIGH NEED areas. Providers will determine goals during NeedsFY1 2 Region 1 Fund ed C ounties Assessment.
Selected Indicators A = Goal 1 B = Goal 2ABC (2) AB B (0) AB C = Goal 3 (0) (0) ( ) = Number of BC (3) providers AB (0) * Note: This is only a snapshot of BC (1) HIGH NEED areas. Providers will determine goals during Needs Assessment. B (0) BC (1) B (2) A AB (0) A C (2) (1) (1) ABC (1) AB (0) (1) AB (3) AB (1) AB (0) FY1 2 Region 2 Fund ed C ounties
(1) AB (2) B (1) AB (3) (1) ABC C (3) (2) (1) (3) AB B (3) (2) (1) AB (2) C (2) AC (3) B (1) AB (2) AB (2) AB (1) B (2) C (2) (1) (2) (1) Selected AB AB (1) (1) Indicators AB (1) (1) (1) A = Goal 1 ABC (2) (1) B = Goal 2 C = Goal 3 (2) ( ) = Number of (1) C (1) providers * Note: This is only a snapshot of HIGH NEED areas. Providers will determine goals during Needs Assessment.FY1 2 Region 5 Fund ed C ounties
Selected Indicators (1) (1) A = Goal 1 B = Goal 2 AB (0) C = Goal 3 ( ) = (3) Number of AB (1) providers C (2) * Note: This is only a snapshot of HIGHAB (1) (3) NEED areas. Providers will determine goals AB (2) during Needs AB (1) Assessment. ABC (1) (1)AB (0) ABC (1) AB (0) C (1) FY1 2 Region 4 Fund ed C ounties
Selected Indicators A = Goal 1ABC (1) B = Goal 2 BC (1) AB (0) C = Goal 3 (1) AB (0) AC BC (1) ( ) = (3) Number of ABC AB AB (2) ABC (1) providers (2) (1) * Note: This is only a snapshot of HIGH (2) NEED areas. Providers will determine goals B (0) (1) (2) during Needs C (2) Assessment. AB (2) AB (1) AC (2) (0) A (2) (1) (1) (1) (1 ) (1 A (3) ) AC (2) (0) (0) (1) FY1 2 Region 6 Fund ed C ounties
RPS TeamP R E -A S S E S S M E N TTA S K S
Pre-Assessment ChecklistHire/Identify a Program Coordinator Submit resumes for Program Coordinator position. Submit contact information for all individuals involved with this contract. Attend Georgia Strategic Prevention System (GASPS) Orientation Provide a list of individual(s) who attended the training. Attend required initial training convened by (OPSP) adhering to allregistration, logistical and learning assignments. Provide list of individuals who attended the training and their role in this project. Organizational and Initiative charts Submit an organizational chart. Submit an alcohol prevention initiative staffing chart.
Pre-Assessment Checklist Join, establish and/or convene a substance abuse prevention/Drug-Free Community coalition. Submit meeting minutes and signature roster along with MPR reports. If the coalition has to be established, provide thorough description of monthly progress. Establish and convene the Community Prevention Alliance Workgroup(CPAW). Remember the mobilizing your CPAW is an ongoing process. Signed membership agreements from CPAW. Submit sub-workgroup meeting minutes and signature roster along with MPR reports. Participate in the statewide Alcohol Awareness Campaign. Submit campaign plan and relevant materials to OPSP for approval.
Chris WoodS T A T E W ID E A L C O H O LA W A R E N E S S M E D IAC A M P A IG N
Alcohol Awareness CampaignWhy?• Increase community awareness around alcohol• Part of larger media campaign (Did You Know?)• April is Alcohol Awareness Month• Build capacity among providers - working with various forms of media,including social media• Collect service data• Deliverable in contractWhat are we doing? Develop a campaign around alcohol during February Disseminate the campaign during March/April Submit campaign design and budget to your RPS by or beforeFebruary 29th (i.e. if your proposed design is ready now, submit it for approvalbefore you produce any campaign materials). For Alcohol Awareness Campaign, providers select the community orcommunities in the region to target (You are NOT REQUIRED to wait for your GASPSCommunity Defining conference call.) Each contract requires a campaign
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Tiffiany AholouT E C H N I C A L S U P P O R T 10 1:WH O , WH A T & WH Y
Requesting Technical Support 2 Some matters may1 In some instances we require some 3 Some requests may are able to give a additional research to require additional response within a appropriately respond. approval before acting.short amount of time. If this is the case, For example, the your coach will keep request for a training. you abreast.
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F A Q S F R O M T H E F IE L D
We heard you had some questions, were all ears… | GASPS FAQSOPSP and GSU have complied yourquestions from ECCO entries and the RPSin a FAQ document.FAQs will be an ongoing document availableat www.ga-sps for additional guidancethroughout the GASPS intiative.
| FAQS from the Field Part I. What constitutes a community under the GASPS process? (EPI data) How/when will I find out what geographic service area I will be focusing on? (EPI data) What is the guidance around providers serving multiple regions?
| FAQS from the Field Part I. Cont Can providers share CPAW if they are in same county or other geo area? Can providers in the same region or county share a coalition? What should providers be working on after the CPAW has been formed?
| FAQS from the Field. part II.• In an on-going effort to ensure that you have information that will enable you to move forward with your CPAW formation and subsequent tasks, we will now offer time for you to think of questions that have not been covered in our presentation thus far.
| FAQS from the Field. part II.• Locate the index cards that are around the room. Please note: BLUE cards are for pre-assessment related task questions. YELLOW cards are for contract, admin or billing questions.• Meet with members from your organization to discuss the questions that you want to have addressed. Note: Make sure the questions have not been covered in the meeting or FAQs. Questions should only pertain to pre- assessment activities and admin. Needs assessment questions will be addressed at the needs assessment training.• Include your region on the cards.