Presentation on theme: "Public Health and Community Development Partnerships – Joining Forces to improve Community Health Andriana Abariotes Executive Director Twin Cities LISC."— Presentation transcript:
Public Health and Community Development Partnerships – Joining Forces to improve Community Health Andriana Abariotes Executive Director Twin Cities LISC Stacey Millett MBA Senior Program Officer Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation
What is Health? How is health defined?What sectors contribute to health improvement?Who benefits from healthier communities?How can we measure success?
A COMPLETE LOOK AT HEALTH Confidential and proprietary. 3
EARLY CHILDHOOD NURTURING THE HEALTHY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN
SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS CREATING NAVIGABLE AND EQUITABLE COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND SYSTEMS
ACCESS TO COVERAGE Building a statewide network to ensure coverage for all eligible low-income adults and children
HEALTH EQUITY Ensuring that health considerations are at the forefront of community decisions And core community institutions define their role as advancing health equity
Public Libraries for Health Support public libraries as they expand their role in low-income communities and communities of color to include health equity Anticipated outcome: Public libraries become local leaders in pursuing health equity strategies
What is Community Development? How is the field defined?Who makes up the sector?What are the motivators?How is success measured?
Built Environment HousingCommercial Amenities Facilities
Economic Vitality Jobs Small business Financial Coaching Asset Building
Human Capital Workforce Early Childhood Education Training
Social Capital Organizing Connectedness Engagement Participation
Community Development: At the intersection of key sectors CommunityPrivate PublicPhilanthropic Community Development & CDFIs
Community Development: Prime Motivators Community Quality of Life VitalityAffordabilityAccessibilityLivability
Housing Based Initiative E.G.
Franklin Portland intersection Phillips neighborhood, Mpls Transformation of critical intersection on transit-rich corridor 268 units and 11,000+ sq. ft. of commercial space $35 million leveraged Strong partners: Hope Community and Aeon Part of larger Back Yard Initiative sponsored with Allina Health Community transformation: visible change, economic opportunity, social networks
Family Income & Wealth Building Financial Opportunity Center Customized Job Trainings Economic Development Juxtaposition Arts Northside Economic Opportunity Network Small business development and recruitment Capital Investment Gratia’s Annex Capri Theater Project Reclaim Heritage Park Senior Services Center Education Northside Achievement Zone Mary T. Wellcome Child Development Center Alignment of education and community development strategies Healthy Lifestyles Safety Organizing Northside FLOW West Broadway Farmers Market North Minneapolis