2 OIDCIs a non-profit organization consisting of volunteer members from tribal, IHS, and urban clinics and other organizations.Mission Statement:To address the American Indian diabetes epidemic as a sovereign group of nations and other partners, collaborating to explore and implement new strategies for the purpose of improving and sustaining diabetes health care initiatives.
3 OIDC OFFICERS President = Shon McCage, Chickasaw Nation Vice President = Kimberly Little, Muscogee Creek NationSecretary = Lee Ann Sherrill, Choctaw NationTreasurer = Lea Caufield, Chickasaw Nation
4 OIDC 41 SDPI programs in Oklahoma 33 Community Directed Grant Programs 8 Prevention Initiatives Grant Programs4 Diabetes Prevention programs4 Healthy Heart (CVD Prevention) programs
5 OIDC Active members American Diabetes Association Cherokee Nation of OklahomaChickasaw NationChoctaw Nation of OklahomaHarold Hamm Diabetes CenterIndian Health Care Resource Center of TulsaMuscogee Creek NationNative Youth Preventing DiabetesOklahoma City Area Inter-Tribal Health BoardOklahoma City Indian ClinicOklahoma State Department of HealthOtoe-Missouria TribeSeminole Nation of OklahomaWewoka Indian Health Center
6 OIDC EVENTS Tribal Leaders Summit Native Youth Preventing Diabetes (NYPD) CampCurriculum TrainingsDPPHHTRAILS (diabetes prevention for youth)Eagle Adventure (school based prevention program)Indian Falls Creek (church camps)Health Fair booth (blood sugars, bmi, and risk test)SurveysDiabetes Education
7 OIDCACTIVITESProvide financial assistance for diabetes related community eventsNetwork with other programs and organizations to share community and program news/eventsAct as a resource center for diabetes professionalsRecruit professional speakers to present at monthly meetings
8 OIDCEvents for 2013Partnership with the Oklahoma Area IHS CHR programAssist with teaching CHR’s basic training (annually)Assist with CHR training for Diabetes Educators Certification courseAssist with CHR national and OK area conferencesHost Oklahoma Area CHR diabetes trainingAdult Diabetes CampDiabetes Registry TrainingOklahoma SDPI grantees meetingDr. Bryer-Ash, IHS OK Area Diabetes ConsultantConnie Barker, Oklahoma representative for the Tribal Leader Diabetes Coalition
9 OIDCAll events and trainings are paid for by OIDC and are provided at NO COST to the programs/participants.Goals for 2013File for a federal 501(c)(3) status (in-progress)Currently hold state 501(c)(3) statusExpand fundraising events/activitiesHeld 4th annual golf tournament in AprilResearch grant funding opportunities
10 OIDC Benefits of OIDC membership/participation Opportunity to network with members to improve diabetes medical and education servicesIdentify members’ needs and assist in the development of solutionsProvide access to current news and information regarding funding, research, training opportunities, and program resources at local, state, and national levelsReceive assistance with events and activitiesAccess to multi-disciplinary diabetes professionalsObtain financial assistance/sponsorship for events and activitiesProvide education to patients about services offered by OIDC membersMany programs across the state share patients
12 OIDC Steps to help you get started Network with grantees in your area at the Initiatives MeetingsContact your Area Diabetes ConsultantYour ADC may be willing to help, and can provide contact information for all SDPI programs in your area.Gather a group of invested individuals with a common goal and vision in mind.
13 OIDC Steps to help you get started Assess all of your resources ProfessionalsMedical staff from hospitalsAttorneysAccountantsUniversities/collegesMedical, Nursing, public health, Native American studies, lawColleaguesCommunity leadersOrganizationsFinancial $$$
15 OIDCThe key to OIDC’S successPASSIONATE & DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS!!!
16 OIDC For questions please contact: Shon McCage 1921 Stonecipher Blvd Ada, OK 74820
17 Arizona Regional DPP Meeting Special Diabetes Program for IndiansDiabetes Prevention Program andHealthy Heart InitiativesYear 3 Webinar Meeting 1Taryn Watson, Diabetes Prevention ManagerGila River Health Care – Thoak Thag Ké Life CenterDiabetes Prevention Program
18 Purpose of the Arizona Regional Meeting To provide networking opportunities for DPP StaffTo learn about other DPP site implementationTo tour DPP facilitiesTo learn about in-state DPP resourcesTo exchange ideas on program activitiesEnhance teamwork and collaboration efforts
19 Arizona DPP GranteesTuba City Regional Health Care Corp., Tuba City, AZNative Americans for Community Action, Flagstaff, AZGila River Health Care, Sacaton, AZ
20 PlanningDPP Program Managers utilized:Teleconference