Presentation on theme: "Northern NJ Health Professions Opportunity Grant December Summit Meeting December 4, 2012 Justin E. Doheny, Project Director."— Presentation transcript:
Northern NJ Health Professions Opportunity Grant December Summit Meeting December 4, 2012 Justin E. Doheny, Project Director
NNJHPC- HPOG – What is it? HHS-ACF-OFA Competitive Award, 32 grant recipients TANF, GA, low-income Focus on: Training Recognized Certificates/Diplomas Academic and Social Support Services Work with WIB & One-Stop & Employers Speed transition to self-sustaining income
NNJHPC – HPOG – Who is it?
NNJHPC - HPOG – Who is it?
NNJHPC – HPOG – Success Story Ricky, one of four children born of a Haitian immigrant and Hispanic parents who had not acquired higher education and, as a result, struggled daily for a better life. Ricky knew that he wanted to have an impact on the world and people in his chosen career. Ricky found deciding on a career path difficult, he writes “I was not the traditional college student that has his or her parent’s financial support”. Ricardo Medy Certified Patient Care Technician
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NNJHPC – HPOG Education Programs Patient Care Tech Drug & Alcohol Counselor Pharmacy Technician Phlebotomy Technician Physical Therapy Asst. Diagnostic X-Ray Tech Medical Sonography SPD Technician Surgical Technician Medical Transcription EKG Technician Respiratory Therapist Therapeutic Massage Medical Admin. Asst. Medical Billing Specialist Clinical Medical Asst. Dietary Manager Home Health Aide RN/LPN/Nursing Asst. Dental Hygienist Dental Assistant Medical Sonographer EHR Specialist Paramedic EMT
NNJHPC – HPOG – Intake Analysis At Intake Educational Attainment 2011 New Jersey NNJHPCNNJHPC TANF NNJHPC Non- TANF HS Diploma/GED87%70.70%73.90%69.96% Unemployment United StatesNew JerseyNNJHPC* May %9.60%16.90% * NNJHPC rate includes all enrollees since inception thru July 25, 2012 NOTE: Based upon August 2012 PRS analysis
NNJHPC – HPOG – Intake Analysis 2010 New Jersey NNJHPC NNJHPC TANF WHITE68.60%26.10%18.50% HISPANIC17.70% 18.80% BLACK13.70%47.00%55.80% ASIAN8.30%2.10%0.70% MIXED1.50%1.70% ALL Other/ Not Reported XXX Gender 2010 New Jersey NNJHPC TANF NNJHPC Non- TANF Female51.30%87.70%91.40%86.40% NOTE: Based upon August 2012 PRS analysis
NNJHPC – HPOG – Rank Order Type of Training Activity by SOC TANF/GA participants All other participants Total participants Certified Nurse Assistant % Med Office Assistant % Licensed Practical Nurse % Pharmacy Technician % Health Information Tech % Phlebotomist % Emergency Medical Tech % Home Health Aide % EKG Technician9 9 19<2.0% Pharmacy Aide10 19<2.0% NOTE: Based upon August 2012, PRS analysis
NNJHPC – HPOG – Rank Order NOTE: Based upon August, 2012 PRS analysis Type of Training Activity by SOC, Continued TANF/GA participants All other participants Total participants Dental Assistant <2.0% Physical Therapy Assistant <2.0% Registered Nurse <2.0% Massage Therapist <2.0% EEG Technician <2.0% Ultrasound Technician <2.0% Medical transcriptionist <2.0% Total
NNJHPC - HPOG Supportive Services Reported Y2 Total Case Management / Career Advisor / Navigator981 Books973 Tuition assistance from HPOG funds814 Academic Counseling / Advising763 Work/Training uniforms, supplies, tools734 Career Counseling / Job Coach / Navigator733 Pre-Employment Screening Services596 Exam preparation for certification522 Job Search / Placement Assistance453 Licensing and certification fees451 Mentoring / Peer Support441 Comprehensive assessment379 Tutoring304 NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, data in the remainder of this report is Taken from the PPR effective October 31, 2012.
NNJHPC - HPOG Supportive Services Reported (Continued) Y2 Total Transportation Assistance303 Computer / technology294 Other Counseling Services197 Child / Dependent Care Assistance63 Job Retention Services50 Primary / Medical Care27 Tuition assistance from employer14 Tuition assistance from Pell grant7 Other Social Supportive Service2 Family Preservation Services1 Other Emergency Assistance1 ITA0
NNJHPC- HPOG Enrollment - Grant Year 2 Nursing Assistants 269 Medical Assistants 244 Licensed and Vocational Nurses 132 Pharmacy Technicians 95 Patient Care Technician 94 Medical Records and Health Info Techs 81 Phlebotomists 76 Cardiovascular Technologists and Techs71 Home Health Aides 61 Emergency Medical Technicians 60 Dental Assistants 25 Registered Nurses 22 Physical Therapist Assistants and Aides 15 Medical Office Clerk/Secretary/Specialist 14 Massage Therapists 9
NNJHPC- HPOG Enrollment - Grant Year 2 Health Technologists and Techs, Other 3 Dental Hygienists 2 Medical and Health Services Managers 1 Medical Equipment Preparers 1 Medical Transcriptionist1 Medical Transcriptionists 1 Surgical Technologists 1 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers 0 Other4
NNJHPC- HPOG Enrollment by Partner - Grant Year 2 147Brookdale 135Essex 123Union 104Passaic 95Bergen 90Hudson 80Morris 79Sussex 72Warren 53Middlesex 45Meridian 1023TOTAL As reported in PRS #5
NNJHPC- HPOG Completion by Partner - Grant Year 2 *Includes multiple courses Brookdale98 Union82 Essex70 Sussex65 Passaic51 Bergen46 Morris46 Middlesex38 Warren35 Meridian16 Hudson10 Total557
NNJHPC- HPOG Employment by Occupation - Grant Year 2 Nursing Assistants94 Home Health Aides26 Medical Assistant13 Emergency Medical Technicians10 Medical Records Technician10 Phlebotomists10 Licensed Practical Nurse5 Dental Assistant4 Pharmacy Technicians4 Medical Assistant- Clerical3
NNJHPC- HPOG Employment by Occupation - Grant Year 2 Healthcare Support Workers, Other2 Physical Therapy Assistant2 Receptionists & Info Clerks2 Nutritionists1 Psychiatric Nurse Aide1 Surgical Technologists1 Sub-Total - Healthcare186 Outside Healthcare56 Total All Employment244
NNJHPC- HPOG Employment by Partner - Grant Year 2 40Brookdale 40Sussex 31Essex 26Union 22Bergen 20Passaic 16Warren 15Morris 13Middlesex 12Hudson 9Meridian 244Total As reported in PRS #5
NNJHPC – HPOG – Grant Year 2 WAGES $12.28Average Wage Healthcare $12.07Average Wage Any Sector
NNJHPC – HPOG – Comparison Grant Year 1 Grant Year 2 Enrollment Completion76496 Employment22244 NOTE: Grant Year 1 data from the 2011 Final PPR
Northern NJ Health Professions Opportunity Grant QUESTIONS? Justin Doheny This program is supported by Grant Number 90FX0001 from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS.