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Learning Objectives Understand various perspectives as they relate to cultural competence. Explore the various capacities needed for SPF SIG success Identify additional partnerships needed to be successful
Add any important values not on the list Select your top 10 most important values Cross off 5 you are willing to give up Cross off 4 more Cross off one of the remaining two Personal Values Checklist
Respect for differences among population, groups, continuous self- assessment, expansion of cultural knowledge, and attention to the dynamics of difference. Cultural Competence
Mobilization and Capacity Building Mobilization Moving the county to address the problem Capacity Building Increasing the ability of the county to address the problem by increasing levels of resources or readiness
What is Capacity? Capacity = Resources + Readiness Various types and levels of resources within the county and within an organization, such as a coalition The county’s level of readiness to engage in and support prevention efforts.
Building Capacity: Five Areas
Readiness The county’s willingness to engage in and support prevention efforts as well as the availability of skills and resources within the county.
Resources The various types and levels of support that a county, community, organization, or individual has at their disposal to meet implementation demands. Examples of resources?
Capacity Road Map CAPACITY NEEDS: HUMAN TECHNICAL FISCAL STRUCTURAL CULTURAL
Key to Resource Utilization
The Looking Glass Building Capacity= Looking in the mirror What are the strengths of your current capacity (Human, Technical, Fiscal, Structural, Cultural) to implement the strategies? How will you address any gaps?
Internal Partnership Development Collaborative relationships formed within the county partners Key organizational features Governance (Roles, rules, climate) Formalized operating procedures Financial management
Elements of Internal Partnerships Engagement: initial contact made with an organization or person and their willingness to become involved in the initiative in some way. Retention: person’s and/or organization’s ongoing participation and engagement in the work.
External Partnership Development Collaborative relationships you build with organizations and sectors of the county.
Building and Expanding Capacity Brainstorming Activity Who are the external partners who can help to build capacity to prevent underage and binge drinking within the county?
County Sectors Youth Parents Business Media Schools Youth-Serving Organizations Law Enforcement Religious/ Fraternal Organization Civic/ Volunteer Groups Healthcare Professionals State/ Local/ Tribal Government Other Substance Abuse Organizations
Leveraging Resources Which partners have shared priority areas? Which partners share in the consequences of underage or binge drinking? How are we going to get there?
Capacity Workbook Overview Workbook will be available on the SPF SIG Workstation Website Deliverables focus on strengthening the county prevention system
Capacity Workbook Overview Capacity step deliverables include: County Resource Mapping County Capacity System Checklist County Prevention System Organizational Chart
County Resource Mapping Promotes county collaboration through aligning services Sometimes referred to as asset mapping or environmental scans
County Resource Mapping Goals of Resource Mapping Identify new resources Avoid duplication Cultivate new partnerships Provide information across agencies Encourage collaboration
Resource Mapping Process 1.Scan the Resources Create a comprehensive list of all services that prevent substance abuse Include the names of the organizations that provide these services Document information in chart provided
Resource Mapping Process 2.Define the Resources Detail the substance abuse prevention resources in the county Include in the workbook chart provided
Resource Mapping Process 3.Analyze the Resources Identify the services that overlap or are missing Describe the implications Include in the workbook chart provided
Resource Mapping Process 4. Take Action Collect action plans from resource organizations Review the plans and answer the questions within the workbook Submit to IDPH after completion
County System Capacity Checklist Allows input from partners in the coalition/Collaboration Council Provides a snapshot of the county prevention system at the start of the SPF SIG process
County System Capacity Checklist Checklist Focuses on: Organizational Structure Communication Knowledge, Skills and Ability Funding and Other Resources Cultural Competency/Sustainability
County System Capacity Checklist This checklist will be completed by the countywide coalition/Collaboration Council members It will then be scored by the SPF SIG Coordinator and results submitted to IDPH
County Prevention System Organization Chart Create a visual representation of the county prevention system which focuses on: services that prevent substance abuse organizations providing those services
County Prevention System Organization Chart Use Microsoft Word SmartArt (2007 or higher), PowerPoint or Google Docs to create the chart Submit to IDPH after completion
How far have you come? Pink: comfort level before we started today? Orange: comfort level now? YIKES! I NEED AN EASY BUTTON! I’ll get it On target