COMMUNITY PLANNING SAMHSA

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The goal of the Community Planning Training is to provide Community Board members with the skills to develop a focused Community Action Plan.

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COMMUNITY PLANNING SAMHSA

  1. 1. 1 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Community Planning Training Module 1
  2. 2. 2 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Module 1: Overview
  3. 3. 3 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Implementing the Communities That Care System Getting Started Organizing, Introducing, Involving Developing a Community Profile Creating a Community Action Plan Implementing and Evaluating the Community Action Plan Communities That Care System
  4. 4. 4 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Community Planning Training Goal The goal of the Community Planning Training is to provide Community Board members with the skills to develop a focused Community Action Plan.
  5. 5. 5 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Objectives Participants will be able to: 1. Explain how the Community Planning Training fits into the Communities That Care system. 2. Identify the steps for completing a Community Action Plan. 3. Identify resources needed to complete the plan. 4. Identify the next steps for the Community Board.
  6. 6. 6 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Phase Four: Creating a Community Action Plan Community Planning Training Day One: Strategic Planning • Module 1: Overview • Milestone: The Community Board has the capacity to create a focused Community Action Plan • Module 2: Developing Community-level Outcomes • Milestone: Specify the desired outcomes of the plan, based on the community assessment data • Module 3: Selecting and Investigating Programs, Policies and Practices • Milestone: Select tested, effective programs, policies and practices to address priority risk and protective factors and fill gaps • Module 4: Developing Participant and Implementation Outcomes • Milestone: Develop implementation plans for each program, policy or practice selected
  7. 7. 7 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Phase Four: Creating a Community Action Plan Community Planning Training Day Two: Strategic Planning • Module 5: Understanding Program-level Evaluation • Milestone: Develop an evaluation plan. • Module 6: Identifying Systems-change Strategies • Milestone: Develop implementation plans for each program, policy or practice selected. • Module 7: Drafting a Community Action Plan • Milestone: Develop a written Community Action Plan. • Module 8: Next Steps • Milestone: The community is ready to move to Phase Five: Implementing and Evaluating the Community Action Plan.
  8. 8. 8 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Agenda: Day One • Welcome and Introductions • Module 1: Overview • Module 2: Developing Community-level Outcomes • LUNCH • Module 3: Selecting and Investigating Programs, Policies and Practices • Module 4: Developing Participant and Implementation Outcomes • Wrap-up and Evaluations
  9. 9. 9 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Ground Rules • Everyone gets a chance to speak. • Everyone listens when someone has the floor. (No side conversations.) • One person talks at a time and doesn’t get interrupted. • Respect others’ perspectives and ideas. (No put-downs.) • Start and end on time.
  10. 10. 10 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Community Update • Description of how Key Leaders, youth and community members have been involved to date • Community risk and resources assessments: processes and results • Key accomplishments • Key challenges/issues in the planning process
  11. 11. 11 Community Planning Training – Module 1 The Research Foundation • Public health approach • Demonstrated predictors: • Risk factors • Protective factors organized by the Social Development Strategy (SDS) • Tested, effective prevention strategies
  12. 12. 12 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Building Protection: The Social Development Strategy The goal… Healthy Behaviors for all children and youth Start with… Healthy Beliefs & Clear Standards …in families, schools, communities and peer groups Build… Bonding Attachment and Commitment …to families, schools, communities and peer groups By providing… Opportunities By providing… Skills By providing… Recognition And by nurturing… Individual Characteristics …in families, schools, communities and peer groups
  13. 13. 13 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Risk Factors: • Exist in all areas of influence. • Predict multiple problem behaviors. • Exist throughout development. • Have consistent effects across races, cultures and socioeconomic status. • Can be buffered by protective factors.
  14. 14. 14 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Community Risk Factors: Adolescent Problem Behaviors Risk Factor Substance Abuse Delinquency Teen Pregnancy School Drop- Out Violence Availability of drugs   Availability of firearms   Community laws and norms favorable toward drug use, firearms and crime    Media portrayals of violence  Transitions and mobility    Low neighborhood attachment and community disorganization    Extreme economic deprivation     
  15. 15. 15 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Family Risk Factors: Adolescent Problem Behaviors Risk Factor Substance Abuse Delinquency Teen Pregnancy School Drop- Out Violence Family history of the problem behavior      Family management problems      Family conflict      Favorable parental attitudes and involvement in the problem behavior   
  16. 16. 16 Community Planning Training – Module 1 School Risk Factors: Adolescent Problem Behaviors Risk Factor Substance Abuse Delinquency Teen Pregnancy School Drop- Out Violence Academic failure beginning in late elementary school      Lack of commitment to school     
  17. 17. 17 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Peer and Individual Risk Factors: Adolescent Problem Behaviors Risk Factor Substance Abuse Delinquency Teen Pregnancy School Drop- Out Violence Early and persistent antisocial behavior      Rebelliousness    Friends who engage in the problem behavior      Gang involvement    Favorable attitudes toward the problem behavior     Early initiation of the problem behavior      Constitutional factors   
  18. 18. 18 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Tested, Effective Prevention Strategies Are: Programs, policies or practices that have demonstrated effectiveness in: • Reducing specific risk factors and enhancing protective factors. • Reducing problem behaviors.
  19. 19. 19 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Prevention Strategies: A Research Guide to What Works • Strategies and programs, policies or practices shown to effectively address risk and protective factors • Family focus • School focus • Community-based youth programs • Community focus
  20. 20. 20 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Community Planning Process Community Profile Community Priorities Community Strengths Resources and Gaps Strategic Planning • Create community- level outcomes. • Investigate potential programs, policies and practices. Program Planning • Select programs, policies and practices. • Create program- level outcomes. • Plan to evaluate. • Create a written Community Action Plan. Phase Five: Implementing and Evaluating the Community Action Plan
  21. 21. 21 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Successful Community Action Plans: • Build on the results of the community assessment. • Address priority risk factors. • Build on community strengths and resources. • Address resource gaps, issues and barriers. • Achieve community-level outcomes. • Use research on effective prevention strategies to guide selection and implementation of programs, policies and practices. • Engage the community and Key Leaders in planning and evaluation.
  22. 22. 22 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Outcome-focused PlanningPlanning Vision for Healthy Youth Behavior Outcomes • Decrease in problem behaviors Risk- and Protective- factor Outcomes • Increase in protective factors • Decrease in risk factors Process and Participants Outcomes • Changes in participant knowledge, attitudes, skills or behavior • Program implementation fidelity Community–level Outcomes Program–level Outcomes
  23. 23. 23 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Implementation and Evaluation Implementationand Evaluation Vision for Healthy Youth Behavior Outcomes • Decrease in problem behaviors (3 to 10 years) Risk- and Protective- factor Outcomes • Increase in protective factors • Decrease in risk factors (1 to 4 years) Participant and Implementation Outcomes • Changes in participant knowledge, attitudes, skills or behavior • Program implementation fidelity (6 months to 2 years) Community–level Outcomes Program–level Outcomes (10 to 15 years)
  24. 24. 24 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Advantages of Outcome-focused Planning • Gives clear direction toward achieving community vision • Provides built-in evaluation measures and accountability • Required by many grant-makers
  25. 25. 25 Community Planning Training – Module 1 The Community Action Plan May Include: • Incorporating tested, effective strategies into existing services. • Expanding existing tested, effective programs, policies and practices. • Implementing new tested, effective prevention programs, policies and practices. • Systems-change strategies.
  26. 26. 26 Community Planning Training – Module 1 Phase Four: Creating a Community Action Plan Community Planning Training Day One: Strategic Planning, continued • Module 1: Overview • Milestone: The Community Board has the capacity to create a focused Community Action Plan • Module 2: Developing Community-level Outcomes • Milestone: Specify the desired outcomes of the plan, based on the community assessment data • Module 3: Selecting and Investigating Programs, Policies and Practices • Milestone: Select tested, effective programs, policies and practices to address priority risk and protective factors and fill gaps • Module 4: Developing Participant and Implementation Outcomes • Milestones: Develop implementation plans for each program, policy or practice selected The Communities That Care curriculum and training materials are continuously reviewed and updated for accuracy and effectiveness. Some content and tools may reflect original documentation, dates and/or references.

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