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  • University of MichiganRegional Alliance for Healthy Schools (RAHS)Contributing to the Health and Success of Youth
  • Health Disparities Contributing Factors: Poverty Environmental threats Access to health care Individual and behavioral factors Educational inequalities
  • The Interrelationship of Health and Academics Higher levels of education = More years of life Increased likelihood of obtaining or understanding basic health information and services Less education = Less years of life Higher levels of health risks, such as obesity, substance abuse, and violence.
  • The Interrelationship of Health and AcademicsHealth-related Factors Health Risk Behaviors  Hunger  Poor Dietary Choices  Physical and  Substance Use Emotional Abuse  Violence  Teen Pregnancy  Unsafe Sexual Activities  Chronic Illness  Physical Inactivity
  • The Interrelationship of Health and Academics Students with higher grades and socio- economic status are less likely to engage in health-risk behaviors than their classmates with lower grades and SES.
  • Michigan Adolescent Risk Data In 2010, 2653 surveys were completed by adolescents seeking care in Michigan
  • 2. Do you eat some fruits and vegetables everyday? 65% Higher
  • 3. Do you exercise (run, dance, swim, bike, play basketball, etc) for at least 60 minutes, 3 or more days a week? 33% Higher
  • 6. During the past month, have you beenthreatened, teased, or hurt by someone (on the internet, by text or in person) or has anyone made you feel sad, unsafe or afraid? 40% Higher 82% Higher
  • 9. In the past 3 months, have you smokedcigarettes or any other form of tobacco (black and mild, hookah, etc) or chewed/used smokeless tobacco? 84% Higher
  • 14. Have you ever had any type of sex (vaginal, anal or oral sex)? 77% Higher
  • 20. Have you ever seriously thought about killing yourself, tried to kill yourself, or have you purposely cut, burned or otherwise hurt yourself? 50% Higher
  • Youth Risk Behavior Survey• Through the national Health Risk Behaviors Youth Risk Behavior Monitored: Survey (YRBS), CDC – Alcohol and other monitors student health- drug use risk behaviors and the – Physical Inactivity and extent to which these Unhealthy Diet behaviors are associated with academic – Sexual Risk Behavior achievement. – Tobacco use – Unintentional Injury and Violence
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Currently Used Alcohol,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Had at least one drink of alcohol on at least 1 day during the 30 days before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Reported Current Binge Drinking,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Had five or more drinks of alcohol in a row within a couple of hours on at least 1 day during the 30 days before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Drank Alcohol for the First Time Before Age 13 Years,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Other than a few sips.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Currently Used Marijuana,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Used marijuana one or more times during the 30 days before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Tried Marijuana for the First Time Before Age 13 Years, by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Currently Smoked Cigarettes,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Smoked cigarettes on at least 1 day during the 30 days before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Ever Smoked Cigarettes Daily* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Ever smoked at least one cigarette every day for 30 days.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Did Not Play on at Least One Sports Team,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Run by their school or community groups during the 12 months before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Ever Had Sexual Intercourse, by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Had Sexual Intercourse With Four or MorePersons During Their Life, by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Felt Sad or Hopeless,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***Almost every day for 2 or more weeks in a row so that they stopped doing usual activities during the 12 months before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Seriously Considered Attempting Suicide,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***During the 12 months before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Percentage of High School Students Who Attempted Suicide,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009***One or more times during the 12 months before the survey.**p<.0001 after controlling for sex, race/ethnicity, and grade level.United States, Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009
  • Supports Health and Academic Success! WILLOW RUN COMMUNITYSCARLETT MIDDLE SCHOOL SCHOOLSSTONE ALTERNATIVE HIGH YPSILANTI MIDDLE SCHOOLSCHOOL YPSILANTI HIGH SCHOOL
  • The MISSION of RAHS is to provide school-based healthprograms and clinical services that improve the well-being ofstudents, their families, and communities. VISION of RAHSYouth will receive high quality physical, emotional, andpreventive healthcare:• in an easily accessible, supportive, and youth-friendly environment• employing professional staff who are responsive to the needs of a diverse population in Washtenaw County.
  • University of Michigan – RAHS: Need for SBHC services determined by:  Free and reduced lunch rates  Size and demographic make up of schools  Community needs assessment  Youth risk behavior surveys  Requests from schools and desire to partner in improving the health of their students
  • RAHS PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: Physical examinations Acute and chronic illness management Immunizations Dental screenings and services Individual and family counseling Group counseling Referrals to community resources Health educationRAHS PREVENTION & INTERVENTION PROGRAMS:Project SuccessNutrition and Physical Activity ProgramComprehensive Asthma Program
  • RAHS Users & Visits: 2009-2010Unduplicated Users: 1175Average 66% of school populations servedPhysical Health Visits: 2991Mental Health Visits: 1163
  • Risk and Strength Assessments “What is RIGHT with you isRAAPS is a 21 question more powerful than what isyouth risk survey used to wrong.” The SOS is used toidentify multiple facilitate a focus on youthbehaviors that increase strengths.risk of injury or prematuredeath. www.raaps.org
  • Referrals and Community StakeholdersCommunity Referrals:2009-2010: 577 referrals• Tangibles (ie: food, clothing, housing, eye glasses)• Medical Specialists• Nutrition/Overweight• Intensive Psychotherapy Insurance Enrollment: 2009-2010 • 133 families, 67 youth now with insurance
  • Youth Leadership
  • RAHS Current Funding Sources UMHS MDCH CAHC Community Funds Outreach Funds MDHC Mental WCHO Fostering Health Mini- PreventionInnovations Grants Grant Grant Gift Account Coordinated Revenue from Billing Funding UW Designation Funds Program Donations 03/09