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Conversation Cafes
Travel with a CTG Coordinator around the region. Your color
code tells you where to begin and where to ...
Panel Discussion
Heather Gates, MPH
WNC Health Network
Director of WNC Programs
Compile
Health-related
Data – Needs
and Assets
Analysis and
Interpretation
Prioritization of
Needs
Collaborative
Action Pl...
Our Regional Data Collection Approach
1. Review requirements & guidelines
2. Determine stakeholder data needs
3. Identify ...
Regional Data
•Demographics
•Socioeconomic data
•Health outcomes
•Health behavior
•Clinical care
•Physical environment
•Pu...
Virginia (Ginny) Faust, AICP
North Carolina Department of
Commerce
Division of Community Assistance
Senior Planner, Wester...
Forming New Partnerships With
Planners
Planning 101
How can we effectively support one
another’s common purposes?
During p...
“What can we do to create better
places, that people and cars can share?”
With funding from the Appalachian Regional
Commi...
Emily Jackson
Appalachian Sustainable
Agriculture Project (ASAP)
Program Director
ASAP’s mission is to help local farms
th...
$17
$26
$48
$62
$100
$-
$10
$20
$30
$40
$50
$60
$70
$80
$90
$100
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Millionsofdollars
Appalachian Gr...
Trend + Supportive Environment =
Farmers, Businesses, and Communities
Innovate, Invest, and Institute
?
Q & A
Thank you joining us today!!
Please fill out the evaluation
provided and drop it at the
check-in desk as you leave.
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NC Community Transformation Grant- Region 2 June Convening

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The NC CTG Region 2 held a regional convening in June 2013 that brought together health, planning, economic development, and parks and rec professionals to discuss creating healthy communities in western NC. Allison Development Group was hired to do event planning, promotion, and coordination. This custom ppt template was created by ADG, using speaker slides and information.

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NC Community Transformation Grant- Region 2 June Convening

  1. 1. Conversation Cafes Travel with a CTG Coordinator around the region. Your color code tells you where to begin and where to go next. The sound of the cow bell will tell you when it’s time to move on. Alphie Rodriguez will lead her group through Active Living in McDowell County, Tobacco-Free in Madison County, Healthy Eating in Caldwell County Mary Smith will lead her group through Tobacco-Free in Madison County, Healthy Eating in Caldwell County, Active Living in McDowell County Jill Simmerman will lead her group through Healthy Eating in Caldwell County, Active Living in McDowell County, Tobacco-Free in Madison County
  2. 2. Panel Discussion
  3. 3. Heather Gates, MPH WNC Health Network Director of WNC Programs
  4. 4. Compile Health-related Data – Needs and Assets Analysis and Interpretation Prioritization of Needs Collaborative Action Planning Act on what’s important and Evaluate Engaged Partners & Community Community Health Improvement Process Our community is our patient We consider many factors that impact health
  5. 5. Our Regional Data Collection Approach 1. Review requirements & guidelines 2. Determine stakeholder data needs 3. Identify publicly available, county- specific, secondary data to meet needs 4. Where existing (secondary) data not available, consider filling data needs with survey 5. Develop survey questions to meet additional data needs
  6. 6. Regional Data •Demographics •Socioeconomic data •Health outcomes •Health behavior •Clinical care •Physical environment •Public will •Quality of life www.WNCHealthyImpact.com
  7. 7. Virginia (Ginny) Faust, AICP North Carolina Department of Commerce Division of Community Assistance Senior Planner, Western Regional Office vfaust@nccommerce.com 828-251-6914 Virginia (Ginny) Faust, AICP North Carolina Department of Commerce Division of Community Assistance Senior Planner, Western Regional Office
  8. 8. Forming New Partnerships With Planners Planning 101 How can we effectively support one another’s common purposes? During planning process • Volunteer to participate on a committee At public hearings • Sign up to speak in support • Give real-world examples of how this will bring about healthy communities Forming New Partnerships With Planners
  9. 9. “What can we do to create better places, that people and cars can share?” With funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission Virginia A. Faust, AICP
  10. 10. Emily Jackson Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) Program Director ASAP’s mission is to help local farms thrive, link farmers to markets and supporters, and build healthy communities through connections to local food.
  11. 11. $17 $26 $48 $62 $100 $- $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $60 $70 $80 $90 $100 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Millionsofdollars Appalachian Grown™ Sales Working with non-traditional partners – businesses and corporations
  12. 12. Trend + Supportive Environment = Farmers, Businesses, and Communities Innovate, Invest, and Institute
  13. 13. ? Q & A
  14. 14. Thank you joining us today!! Please fill out the evaluation provided and drop it at the check-in desk as you leave.

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