Presentation on theme: "Community Health Assets Mapping Partnership (CHAMP) Access to Care East Winston Area-Winston Salem, NC."— Presentation transcript:
Community Health Assets Mapping Partnership (CHAMP) Access to Care East Winston Area-Winston Salem, NC
Background of Mapping Process African Religious Health Assets Program – Developed a PIRHANA tool for identifying and understanding the positive things in communities – Community Health Assets Mapping Partnership or CHAMP was adapted from PIRHANA, developed in Memphis and South Africa to aid in aligning and leveraging assets to improve healthcare outcomes – CHAMP Access to Care is being used in North Carolina as part of our FaithHealthNC movement
Mapping Workshop Process In this community, we held 2 workshops: Health Provider Workshop (6-27-14): people and organizations providing religious, health, and social services in the community, broadly defined Health-Seeker Workshop (6-28-14): community members who are primarily consumers of religious and health services
Study Area Background Basic Stats (in 2010): - Population: About 58,000 people -Median Age: 36 (national median-35.4) -Percent of Population :; African-American=57% ; Caucasian= 30%; Latino=13% Determined northern boundary is Old Walkertown Road, the southern boundary is Winston Salem State University, and the western boundary is US-52 North
Seeker Participants 19 People (12 Females, 7 Males) participated Facilitators: Dr. Teresa Cutts and Mr. Jeremy Moseley
Provider Participants 25 People Participated (17 females, 8 males) Facilitators: Jeremy Moseley and Teresa Cutts
Facilitators Jeremy Moseley, MPH, Program Administator of Community Engagement and Teresa Cutts, PhD, Asst. Research Professor, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Exercises Health Seeker Workshop 1Community Mapping: Participants draw maps of the assets in their community 2Health Index: Participants identify the most important factors contributing and working against health in the community 3Ranking of facilities: Participants rank community organization on how well they support factors contributing to health 4Religion and Health Index: Participants identify ways religion and religious organizations contribute to health 5Religion and Health Ranking: Participants rank religious organization on how their activities related to health and religion 6Good Practice: Participants list outstanding community organizations and describe their characteristics 7Local Action: Participants discuss where we go from here Health Provider Workshop 1Community Mapping: Participants populate a timeline of key social, political, religious and health events or create a map of the “footprint” of their organizations 2Health Services Matrix: Participants identify the ways that local entities contribute to health 3Social Networking Spidergram: Participants describe the connections and relationships between community entities 4Religion and Health Index: Participants identify ways the religion and religious organizations contribute to health 5Good Practice: Participants list outstanding community organizations and describe their characteristics 6Collaborative Contribution Grid: Participants identify existing and potential collaborative partnerships and shared resources. 7Local Action: Participants discuss where we go from here
What we learned from your maps Participants highly value churches, as well as service ministries (providing food and shelter) Local health clinics (Aegis, Community Care Clinic) were deeply valued Mental health services are strongly needed Youth voices are needed to understand their perspective and more intergenerational programs
What we learned from your maps Deep pride still exists for East Winston, with a sense that “community” has been lost Elders are now going into long-term care or dying and no longer “watch over” the neighborhood Local grocery stores provide “one stop” shopping for check cashing, stamps, pharmacy, etc. Race and segregation is still present
Factors that work against health/well-being in your community with regard to Access Lack of Transportation Lack of Education and Information Lack of Insurance Poverty Lack of Compassionate Care Denial/Shame
Factors that contribute to health/well-being in your community with regard to Access Physical Proximity to Doctor’s Office Compassionate Care Information and Knowledge from Church and other Organizations Finances Insurance Coverage
How do community organizations contribute to health? In the seeker workshop, we ranked different types of organizations and factors Group 3 Food Sources Medicine/ Prescription Services Social Services/Youth Services Day Care Services Public Health Mental/Physical Public Transportation Churches Proximity to Care 4344445 Transportation 54444N/A5 Compassionate Care 2434335 Information/ Knowledge/ Education 1424435 Adequate Funds 3212225 Jobs 2222245 Good Health Care Coverage N/A3431 5
What does your organization believe to be the most important factors contributing to health with regard to those who need better access to care? Provider Workshop: Education and Training Trust Compassion and Honesty Primary Care Providers Patient-centered care and self-efficacy
How Religion Contributes to Health/Well-being Provide more support and education on community resources, especially improving food and exercise Offer hope, trust and nurturance Can further stigmatize or de-stigmatize issues such as sexual health and orientation, HIV/AIDS
Providers’ Health Services Matrix 5 Prevention and Education Services 5 Advocacy Services 4 Nutritional Support Missing was wound care, long-term care, device assistance, physical activity support, maternal and child health, practical assistance, translation services, transitional housing, corporations and homeless assistance
Collaborative Contribution Grid for Providers: What Can you Give and Get Wentz Memorial UCC Name of Other Organization Existing Partnership Potential Partnership Contributions you are or could potentially make Contributions you receive or would like to receive from this organization WFUBMC X -Adopting nurses for respite and mental health well- being CarePlus/DHP X-Serve as a referral source for food pantry and health fair. Ways to Work X-Serve as a referral source for food pantry Novant Health XX -Health information and screening Senior Services X-Serve as a referral source for food pantry and other senior car needs. -Participation in the Tab Day Care Center -Information
Organizations of which you are most proud: Seeker Workshop Responses : Provider Workshop Responses: Churches Department of Social Services Winston Salem State University Rams Mobile Clinic Public Health Department Novant Health Community Wellness Mental Health Department Public Health Department Aegis Health Clinic Northwest Community Cares Network MediCap Pharmacy CarePlus Medication Assistance YMCA Healthcare Access Trans-Aid Ministries Providing Food Food Lion Hospice and Palliative Care Sav-a-Lot Shepherd’s Center Community Care Clinic SHA Adult Services for DisabledUnited Way
Biggest Winners Were…: Dept. of Social Services, Public Health and Mental Health Community Care Clinic Grocery Stores Churches Medi-Cap Pharmacy Aegis Health Clinic
Next Steps: Seekers Creating a map of services and churches in East Winston-Salem Creating a list of addresses, phone numbers, and hours of operation for health provider services in the area Creating protocols regarding what is needed of the seeker in order to access services Offering a list of church ministries providing services such as food pantries and health clinics
Next Steps: Providers Creating one general location seekers within the community can sign up for everything Since transportation is an issue, it would be nice to have everything located in a “one-stop-shop” Creating a general directory of resources regarding what is available and the requirements for accessing them Holding a community meeting specifically for networking and dissemination of information about programs (best if built on existing meetings) Incorporating what they learned from the workshop into care practices
Questions Do you see any differences between the things that the health seekers mentioned and the things that the health providers mentioned? Do you see any other steps that we can take together? – Have you thought of any other steps in the time since the workshop that would be important to add to this list? – How can the next steps of the providers and seekers fit together?
Questions Time has passed and you went through this experience. What did you get out of the workshops? What did you learn during the process?
Questions How can we use our community assets to move forward on these next steps? Which of these steps are the most important to you and your community?
Questions How could FaithHealthNC, your church and other organizations, in partnership with the people who live, work and play in your neighborhood, help to get people in your neighborhood the things they need to live healthy (abundant) lives? How would YOU be willing to help us move forward on the ideas we talked about today?
THANK YOU in helping others gain ACCESS TO CARE!!! Affordability Physical Accessibility Acceptibility of Services Adequacy of Supply