Presentation on theme: "1 Capacity Training New Mexico Strategic Prevention Framework."— Presentation transcript:
1 Capacity Training New Mexico Strategic Prevention Framework
2 Capacity Agenda Welcome and Introductions Group Work Agreement Review Objectives Review-Visit Assessment phase Explore capacity and systems Where is your system currently (Resource Assessment) Community Readiness Addressing identified gaps Closure Training evaluation
3 Work Agreement What can we all do that will create a safe and fun learning environment for todays training?
5 Strategic Prevention Framework Goals Prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse. Reduce substance abuse related problems Build capacity and infrastructure Infuse data across all planning steps
6 Key Principles of the SPF Core Values: –Cultural Competency –Sustainability Public health model Outcomes-based prevention
7 Public Health Triad
8 Capacity Training Objectives Explain capacity as it relates to the consequence logic model. Explain what a prevention system addressing Intervening Variables and substance use associated with identified consequence looks like. Describe community readiness. Identify stake holders necessary to implement environmental strategies. Map existing system and identify who needs to be included.
9 Assessment Review Directions: 1.In your group, unscramble the logic model and put it in its correct order using the consequence logic. 2.Find the correct definition that matches up with each column. 3.Put examples under the correct column.
10 Assessment Check In 1.What good things have you learned about your community as a result of your assessment efforts? 2.What has been challenging? In your communities, answer the following questions:
11 Capacity Resources Assessment Mobilization of resources within a geographic area. Convening key stakeholders, coalitions, and service providers to plan and implement sustainable prevention efforts Mobilization includes financial and organizational resources in addition to forming partnerships.
12 Capacity Other considerations: Community Readiness Cultural Competence Leadership All are strengthened by education and training
13 Capacity Benchmarks Partnerships –Continuation and creation of new ones –MOAs (memorandums of agreement) –Directory Education and training sessions Meetings and workshops with key stakeholders Development of a resource assessment document
14 Prevention as a System System: 1.Any organized assembly of resources and procedures united and regulated by interaction or interdependence to accomplish a set of specific functions. 2. A collection of personnel, equipment, and methods organized to accomplish a set of specific functions.
15 Prevention as a System What would a comprehensive, united, prevention system look like using the consequence logic model? Answer: One that addresses each Intervening Variable. Each community will build capacity around Intervening Variables, specifically contributing factors.
16 Capacity and the SPF Our Logic Model is data driven: Identification of consequence Use patterns that are linked to the consequence Surveys, questionnaires, focus groups of Intervening Variables to identify contributing factors.
17 Low Enforcement Lack of Sobriety Check Points Sales to Intoxicated People DWI convictions result in Minimum consequence
18 Individual Level Factors Social Norms Social Access Easy Retail Access Low Perceived Risk Low Enforcement Low Prices Substance Use Substance Abuse Related Consequence
19 Mapping A Community Prevention System Directions: 1.Create a logic model using the data you collected during the assessment phase. 2.Record the consequence you selected. 3.Record the substance use patterns that are linked to that consequence. 4.Record your Intervening Variables and their contributing factors.
20 Where is your system now? Directions: 1.For each contributing factor for your Intervening Variables, identify resources currently actively involved (pg.12-16). 2.Use the handouts on pgs to list gaps. This will be used for the following reasons: Inventory of current stakeholders Identifying gaps
21 Contributing Factor: Parents providing to children and their friends Contributing Factor: Law Enforcement Parents Page 15-18: Record Gaps Intervening Variable: Social Access
22 Where is your system now? Directions: 1.For each contributing factor for your Intervening Variables, identify resources currently actively involved (pg.12-16). 2.Use the handouts on pgs to list gaps. This will be used for the following reasons: Inventory of current stakeholders Identifying gaps
23 Where is your system now? How will this activity be beneficial in your prevention efforts? How can you use this information? Questions or concerns?
24 Community Readiness The capacity of a community to implement programs, policies and other changes that are designed to reduce the likelihood of substance use.
25 Community Readiness Why is it important to know a communitys readiness level? Helps identify where capacity needs improvement. Gauges community attitudes Serves as a catalyst for change
26 Community Readiness Is determined by: 1.Identifying the issue Substance abuse related consequence 2.Define the community 3.Conduct interviews 4.Develop strategies based on level of readiness and conduct workshops or trainings to increase readiness.
27 Community Readiness Review: 9 Stages of Community Readiness Strategies to Increase Readiness
28 Community Readiness Directions: 1.Review the stage of readiness assigned to your group. 2.Make up a realistic scenario that describes that stage (use examples of events, peoples attitudes to those events etc..) 3.Review strategies to improve the stage you were given. 4.Using suggested strategies, develop strategies you would use to improve the communitys level of readiness.
29 Community Readiness County Level Data 1. Review the county level readiness survey results. 2. If you are interested in downloading the file go to: nts/SPF_SIG_County_Readiness_Resource Assessment_v2.pdf
30 Community Readiness Directions: 1. Answer: What cultural considerations do we need to take into account when assessing community readiness? 2.Record on Flip Chart 3.Report to larger group
31 Addressing Gaps Directions: 1.Use pgs as a guide for identified gaps. 2.List strategies to fill those gaps. –Networking –Win-Win Selling Points –Education sessions 3.Strategies will be shared with other communities.
32 Capacity Training Objectives Explain capacity as it relates to the consequence logic model. Explain what a prevention system addressing Intervening Variables and substance use associated with identified consequence looks like. Describe community readiness. Identify stake holders necessary to implement environmental strategies. Map existing system and identify who needs to be included.
33 Evaluation Final thoughts or concerns? Please fill out evaluations Thank you and safe travels! PowerPoint can be found at:
34 Training Development Credits This training was developed by: Paula Feathers, NM Liaison-SWCAPT In collaboration with: Michael Coop, Coop Consulting/NM SPF Coordinator Training is adapted from NM SPF SIG capacity training funded through NM Office of Substance Abuse Prevention.