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Michigan Department of Community HealthMichigan Department of Community Health
Community WaterCommunity Water
Fluoridation...
Susan Deming, RDH,Susan Deming, RDH,
RDA, B.S.RDA, B.S.
Education/Fluoridation CoordinatorEducation/Fluoridation Coordinat...
A Bit of History…A Bit of History…
Water fluoridation hasWater fluoridation has
a 60-year history ofa 60-year history of
s...
Michigan FactsMichigan Facts
2
4
6 1
3
Gogebic
Ontonagon
Houghton
Keweenaw
Iron
Baraga
Marquette
Dickinson
Alger
Delta
Men...
Improving Maternal and Child Health…achieving key outcomes within a life course context 6-7-10
Key Outcomes:
1. Decrease d...
The Goal of the MDCH-Oral HealthThe Goal of the MDCH-Oral Health
Community Water Fluoridation Program:Community Water Fluo...
Michigan FluoridationMichigan Fluoridation
Advisory CommitteeAdvisory Committee
Fluoridation SafetyFluoridation Safety
• Michigan Safe Drinking Water ActMichigan Safe Drinking Water Act
• American Water...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
A. Update StateA. Update State
Fluoridation PlanFluoridation...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
B. Monitor fluoride levels on monthly basisB. Monitor fluori...
Fluoride LevelsFluoride Levels
• Optimal forOptimal for
Michigan: 1.0Michigan: 1.0
ppmppm
• Lowest Optimal:Lowest Optimal:...
Fluoridation AwardsFluoridation Awards
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
C. Track Progress ofC. Track Progress of
Incorporating CDCIn...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
D. New orD. New or
ReplacementReplacement
Equipment toEquipm...
Name of Community:
Award Amount
Allocated:
Award Amount
Used:
ALPENA $17,820 $16,907
ESCANABA $1,780 $1,712.48
GLADSTONE $...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
E. Meet Healthy People 2010/2020 goal ofE. Meet Healthy Peop...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
F. Education andF. Education and
Promotion ofPromotion of
Co...
State Operator TrainingState Operator Training
CDC Fluoridation TrainingCDC Fluoridation Training
Welcome To:
Water Fluoridation
Principles and
Practices
For Water Facil...
Brochures and Fact SheetsBrochures and Fact Sheets
Website for CWFWebsite for CWF
Community Water Fluoridation Program
Community Water Fluoridation Plan 
2011 Fluoridation E...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
G. Maintain allG. Maintain all
above objectivesabove objecti...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
H. Fluoridation Coordinator with DNREH. Fluoridation Coordin...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
I. Testing ofI. Testing of
individual wells forindividual we...
Survey of Health Depts….Survey of Health Depts….
Does t his count y healt h depart ment have access t o informat ion
about...
Awareness CampaignAwareness Campaign
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
J. Study onJ. Study on
Fluorosis Levels inFluorosis Levels i...
Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF
Program:Program:
K. EvaluationK. Evaluation
Looking AheadLooking Ahead ::
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THANK YOU!!
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  1. 1. Michigan Department of Community HealthMichigan Department of Community Health Community WaterCommunity Water Fluoridation ProgramFluoridation Program
  2. 2. Susan Deming, RDH,Susan Deming, RDH, RDA, B.S.RDA, B.S. Education/Fluoridation CoordinatorEducation/Fluoridation Coordinator Michigan Dept of Community HealthMichigan Dept of Community Health
  3. 3. A Bit of History…A Bit of History… Water fluoridation hasWater fluoridation has a 60-year history ofa 60-year history of success- Started insuccess- Started in Grand Rapids in 1945Grand Rapids in 1945
  4. 4. Michigan FactsMichigan Facts 2 4 6 1 3 Gogebic Ontonagon Houghton Keweenaw Iron Baraga Marquette Dickinson Alger Delta Menominee Schoolcraft Luce Mackinac Chippewa Cheboygan Presque Isle Charlevoix Antrim Otsego Leelanau Benzie Grand Traverse Kalkaska Crawford Oscoda Alcona Manistee Wexford Ogemaw Iosco Mason Lake Osceola Clare Gladwin Arenac Newaygo Mecosta Isabella Midland Bay Huron Muskegon Montcalm Gratiot Saginaw Tuscola Sanilac St. ClairLapeer ShiawasseeClintonIonia KentOttawa Allegan Barry Eaton Ingham Livingston Oakland Macomb Van Buren Kalamazoo Calhoun Jackson Washtenaw Wayne Berrien Cass Hillsdale Lenawee Monroe Missaukee Alpena R oscom m on Emmet Genesee M ontm orency Oceana St. Joseph Branch Detroit Percentage of Persons Served by Michigan Community Fluoridated Water Systems by County Water Fluoridation Reporting System CDC 2009 0-24% Fluoridated 25-49% Fluoridated 50-74% Fluoridated 75-100% Fluoridated
  5. 5. Improving Maternal and Child Health…achieving key outcomes within a life course context 6-7-10 Key Outcomes: 1. Decrease dental disease across the lifespan through access to optimally fluoridated water a. Increase number of community water systems with optimal levels of community water fluoridation b. Increase well water fluoride level testing c. Monitor safety of fluoride levels in all community water systems 2. Support preventive dental services such as sealants and fluoride, as part of a dental benefits package by third party payors a. Increase awareness of preventive services across the lifespan b. Increase educational efforts in oral health 3. Support scientific evidence and evidence-based practices for oral health policy initiatives and programs a. Provide technical assistance to programs b. Promote and implement goals of the State Oral Health Plan c. Aggregate and evaluate oral health data to improve programs and service outcomes 4. Support dental home development as part of medical home development a. Coordinate development of MDCH definition of dental home b. Increase collaboration with medical home partners 5. Support improving access to dental care across the lifespan to all residents of MI a. Support expanding dental workforce b. Increase number of school based dental clinics c. Increase utilization of nondental healthcare professionals 6. Increase oral disease prevention through school based dental sealant programs a. Support additional funding to increase number of MI children with sealants
  6. 6. The Goal of the MDCH-Oral HealthThe Goal of the MDCH-Oral Health Community Water Fluoridation Program:Community Water Fluoridation Program: to promote a quality Community Water Fluoridation Program through the State of Michigan with the Oral Health Program, Department of Natural Resources and Environment (DNRE) and the Michigan Oral Health Coalition to reduce dental disease in our state.
  7. 7. Michigan FluoridationMichigan Fluoridation Advisory CommitteeAdvisory Committee
  8. 8. Fluoridation SafetyFluoridation Safety • Michigan Safe Drinking Water ActMichigan Safe Drinking Water Act • American Water Works Association (AWWA)American Water Works Association (AWWA) • National Sanitation Foundation/AmericanNational Sanitation Foundation/American National Standards Institute (NSF/ANSI)National Standards Institute (NSF/ANSI)
  9. 9. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: A. Update StateA. Update State Fluoridation PlanFluoridation Plan that implements CDCthat implements CDC grant requirementsgrant requirements and submitand submit requested reportsrequested reports
  10. 10. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: B. Monitor fluoride levels on monthly basisB. Monitor fluoride levels on monthly basis consistent with WFRSconsistent with WFRS
  11. 11. Fluoride LevelsFluoride Levels • Optimal forOptimal for Michigan: 1.0Michigan: 1.0 ppmppm • Lowest Optimal:Lowest Optimal: 0.9 ppm0.9 ppm • Highest Optimal:Highest Optimal: 1.2 ppm1.2 ppm • Split Tolerance:Split Tolerance: +/- .2+/- .2
  12. 12. Fluoridation AwardsFluoridation Awards
  13. 13. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: C. Track Progress ofC. Track Progress of Incorporating CDCIncorporating CDC EARWF PracticesEARWF Practices (DNRE equivalent)(DNRE equivalent)
  14. 14. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: D. New orD. New or ReplacementReplacement Equipment toEquipment to CommunitiesCommunities Looking to AddLooking to Add FluoridationFluoridation
  15. 15. Name of Community: Award Amount Allocated: Award Amount Used: ALPENA $17,820 $16,907 ESCANABA $1,780 $1,712.48 GLADSTONE $18,000 $16,019.68 GREENVILLE $11,300 $11,300 MARINE CITY $24,800 $23,799.95 MARQUETTE $890 $872.39 MUSKEGON $20,074 $20,074 Total: $94,664 $90,686 2009 Grantees:2009 Grantees:
  16. 16. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: E. Meet Healthy People 2010/2020 goal ofE. Meet Healthy People 2010/2020 goal of 75% of population on Community Water75% of population on Community Water FluoridationFluoridation
  17. 17. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: F. Education andF. Education and Promotion ofPromotion of Community WaterCommunity Water FluoridationFluoridation
  18. 18. State Operator TrainingState Operator Training
  19. 19. CDC Fluoridation TrainingCDC Fluoridation Training Welcome To: Water Fluoridation Principles and Practices For Water Facility Operators Presented byPresented by State Water Fluoridation ProgramState Water Fluoridation Program
  20. 20. Brochures and Fact SheetsBrochures and Fact Sheets
  21. 21. Website for CWFWebsite for CWF Community Water Fluoridation Program Community Water Fluoridation Plan  2011 Fluoridation Equipment Grant Proposal
  22. 22. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: G. Maintain allG. Maintain all above objectivesabove objectives throughthrough management andmanagement and at aat a comprehensivecomprehensive level that meets orlevel that meets or exceeds Healthyexceeds Healthy People objectivesPeople objectives
  23. 23. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: H. Fluoridation Coordinator with DNREH. Fluoridation Coordinator with DNRE
  24. 24. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: I. Testing ofI. Testing of individual wells forindividual wells for fluoride levelsfluoride levels
  25. 25. Survey of Health Depts….Survey of Health Depts…. Does t his count y healt h depart ment have access t o informat ion about nat urally occurring fluoride levels in privat e drinking wells in your area? 1. Yes 2. No 3. Unsure Which of t he following quest ions are asked by t he public in regards t o fluoride in t heir wat er? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY) 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 1. Is fluoride in my drinking water safe? 2. What are the fluoride levels in my drinking water? 3. Other Are wat er sample bot t les for t est ing available t o t he public at your Healt h Depart ment ? 1. Yes 2. No
  26. 26. Awareness CampaignAwareness Campaign
  27. 27. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: J. Study onJ. Study on Fluorosis Levels inFluorosis Levels in the Statethe State
  28. 28. Objectives of 2011 CWFObjectives of 2011 CWF Program:Program: K. EvaluationK. Evaluation
  29. 29. Looking AheadLooking Ahead ::
  30. 30. ???????? THANK YOU!!

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