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South Slave Healthy Communities Partnership. WHO  HRHSSA  FSHSSA  South Slave Divisional Educational Council  South Slave Career development Centres.

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1 South Slave Healthy Communities Partnership

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3 WHO  HRHSSA  FSHSSA  South Slave Divisional Educational Council  South Slave Career development Centres ( Education, Culture & Employment )  Aurora College

4 History  Nov 06 YK Super Meeting DHSS & ECE  Commitment made to collaborate  Regional Groups Developed  South Slave Initiative Formed

5 Original Mandate To Foster Interagency Communication and Develop Joint Programs of Benefit to the Health and Welfare of Residents in our South Slave Communities To Foster Interagency Communication and Develop Joint Programs of Benefit to the Health and Welfare of Residents in our South Slave Communities

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7 Initial Strategies  Linkages  Child and Family Services  Human Resources  Cross Discipline Awareness & Training

8 Linkages  Regular regional meetings  Meetings between School PST’s & HSS counterparts  Develop draft case-management protocol  Invite community agencies to participate  Research and share Video-conferencing technologies

9 Child & Family Services  Initiate a mapping of community assets  Brainstorm and prioritize ways to address youth concerns and increase HSS presence in the schools  Strategic recruitment to address common needs

10 Human Resources  Share resources and assist in orientation of new employees  Review common HR concerns and discuss solutions (eg. housing, sharing skill sets)

11 Cross Discipline Awareness and Training  Share joint training options for staff  Explore options to have HSS professionals train school based staff

12 Accomplishments  Increased communication between partner organizations  Obtained funding to establish 2 Integrated services delivery Coordinators (HR/FS)  Community Mapping of Assets 

13 Accomplishments  Community Drug and Alcohol initiatives in HR and FS  Development of a Case Management Model that can be used by the ISDC’s  Formal DJSS Partnership Hay River  Revised Terms of Reference (Spring/Summer 08)  Invitation to speak at Canadian Council on Learning Symposium

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15 Revised Vision Creating Strong Individuals, families and communities by developing: Creating Strong Individuals, families and communities by developing: A sustainable framework of inter-disciplinary collaboration, and A sustainable framework of inter-disciplinary collaboration, and A unified system of services A unified system of services

16 Vision  Consistent with ISDM  Consistent with Legislative Assembly Direction  “Northerners Working Together”

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18 Strategic Themes South Slave Healthy Communities Partnership Enhanced Communication Common Human Resources Training Prevention Case Management Self Reliant Individuals Integrated Service Planning Healthy Communities Strong Partnerships

19 Strategic Themes 1.Strong Partnerships 2.Healthy Communities

20 Strong Partnerships 1.Integrated Service Planning 2.Communication 3.HR Training

21 Integrated Service Planning  Co-operative  Complimentary  Collaborative

22 Communication  Regional Meetings (Executive level)  Community Awareness

23 Integrated Service Planning CEO & Stakeholders Identify Needs System Planning Priorities Results Focus

24 HR Training  Develop Skills and Knowledge of Staff regarding Integrated Approaches  Manage Resources Effectively

25 Why  People are better served via better access to services  More equal access to services via multiple points of entry to services  Consistent policies and procedures across organizations  People can expect higher standards through improved standards based on more feedback  People can have confidence that funding will be allocated wisely through consistent fair & transparent distribution of funding

26 Healthy Communities  Prevention  Case management  Self- Reliant Individuals

27 Prevention  Focus on High Risk Groups  Address Root causes  Create Awareness  Early Intervention

28 Case Management  Break-Down Barriers  Help Individuals and families Connect with Supports and Steer Process  Use Best Practices

29 Self-Reliant Individuals  Make information accessible  Build capacity of individuals and communities to maintain self-reliance

30 Awareness Cycle Cooperative, collaborative, complimentary Staff CommunityManagers

31 Why? Individual & Community Wellness through interventions in the following domains: Emotional- Healthy Attitudes Social- Healthy Communities through Strong Social Ties, Cultural Identity

32  Behavioural- Healthy Choices  Physical- Healthy Bodies  Spiritual- Healthy Purpose

33 DJSS staff wearing their “Youth Action Against Drugs” t-shirts


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