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1 Presenting the Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) Michigan Department of Education

2 Importance and features of local needs assessment Advocate for local needs assessment A resource for local needs assessment: MiPHY Comparison of MiPHY and Michigan YRBS Well Cover:

3 Importance of Data: State Level Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) Drives decision making for health prevention and promo throughout the state Drives decision making for health prevention and promo throughout the state Directly supports Safe and Drug-Free Schools (SDFS) funding, teen health centers, family resource centers, Michigan Model for Health ®, school resource officers Directly supports Safe and Drug-Free Schools (SDFS) funding, teen health centers, family resource centers, Michigan Model for Health ®, school resource officers Provides evidence to federal level to sustain funding for state health prevention and promotion programs Provides evidence to federal level to sustain funding for state health prevention and promotion programs Provides benchmarks for local level data Provides benchmarks for local level data Demonstrates connection between health behaviors and academic achievement Demonstrates connection between health behaviors and academic achievement

4 Importance of Data: Local Level Why? Communities and schools across MI want/need local data to inform a variety of efforts: Communities and schools across MI want/need local data to inform a variety of efforts: Community-wide prevention efforts Community-wide prevention efforts Community collaboratives Community collaboratives Community anti-drug coalitions Community anti-drug coalitions Regional Substance Abuse Coordinating Agencies Regional Substance Abuse Coordinating Agencies Title V Delinquency Prevention Title V Delinquency Prevention Local public health Local public health Title IV Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and Governors Discretionary Grant (GDG) programs Title IV Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and Governors Discretionary Grant (GDG) programs Coordinated School Health Programs Coordinated School Health Programs District/School improvement (e.g., MI Education Yes) District/School improvement (e.g., MI Education Yes)

5 Importance of Data: Local Level Without data youre just another schmuck with an opinion. Alan Greenspan D. Chris Anderson, PhD OR

6 Local Needs Assessment: The First Step in Prevention SAMHSA Strategic Prevention Framework

7 Key Features of Local Needs Assessment Describe the makeup and history of the community to provide a context within which to collect data on its current concerns. Describe the makeup and history of the community to provide a context within which to collect data on its current concerns. Describe what matters to local people Describe what matters to local people Describe the needs identified by community stakeholders Describe the needs identified by community stakeholders Compile and describe the evidence suggesting that identified issues should be a priority Compile and describe the evidence suggesting that identified issues should be a priority Describe the resources available in or to the community that help address this issue Describe the resources available in or to the community that help address this issue Source: Community Tool Box, University of Kansas. http://ctb.ku.edu/http://ctb.ku.edu/

8 Getting Traction with Local Needs Assessment Build recognition of and support for the need for some type of initiative and action Build recognition of and support for the need for some type of initiative and action Involve critical sectors and key stakeholders of the community to ensure the process is relevant for identifying actual needs Involve critical sectors and key stakeholders of the community to ensure the process is relevant for identifying actual needs Acknowledge and validate barriers or promoters to local-level change Acknowledge and validate barriers or promoters to local-level change Develop a plan to handle potentially negative needs assessment results Develop a plan to handle potentially negative needs assessment results Plan for time, resources, and expertise Plan for time, resources, and expertise

9 Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) Why? Best Practice for prevention science and at MDE/MDCH Best Practice for prevention science and at MDE/MDCH Closes Capacity Gap. Most communities do not have the time, resources and/or skills to collect, enter, manage, analyze, and report drug and violence data, especially trend data Closes Capacity Gap. Most communities do not have the time, resources and/or skills to collect, enter, manage, analyze, and report drug and violence data, especially trend data Opens up much-needed resources for other steps of a strategic prevention framework at state, regional, and local level Opens up much-needed resources for other steps of a strategic prevention framework at state, regional, and local level

10 MiPHY Overview Developed by MDE in collaboration with MDCH Developed by MDE in collaboration with MDCH Meets needs assessment and reporting requirements for SDFS and aligns with school health improvement initiatives Meets needs assessment and reporting requirements for SDFS and aligns with school health improvement initiatives Reduces the burden of conducting multiple student surveys Reduces the burden of conducting multiple student surveys Reliable and valid Reliable and valid Free of charge to districts and communities Free of charge to districts and communities Private Private Parental notification required Parental notification required

11 MiPHY Survey Features LEA use and local-level decision making LEA use and local-level decision making Adapted from reliable, valid surveys (Communities that Care and Youth Risk Behavior Survey) Adapted from reliable, valid surveys (Communities that Care and Youth Risk Behavior Survey) Offered every other year, starting in FY 2007/2008 (off year of the state YRBS) Offered every other year, starting in FY 2007/2008 (off year of the state YRBS) Provided at no cost to districts Provided at no cost to districts Online administration (secure site) Online administration (secure site) Grades 7, 9, and 11 (middle and high school students): census or sample populations Grades 7, 9, and 11 (middle and high school students): census or sample populations

12 MiPHY Survey Tool Domain IndividualPeerSchoolFamilyCommunity Lifetime and past-30-day SU Lifetime and past-30-day SU Poor health and safety behaviors Poor health and safety behaviors Depression, suicide, sexual risk behavior Depression, suicide, sexual risk behaviorN/A Age of initiation of SU Age of initiation of SU Favorable attitudes toward SU Favorable attitudes toward SU Perceived harm of SU Perceived harm of SU Peers who engage in SU and violent behavior Peers who engage in SU and violent behavior Academic failure Academic failure Low commit- ment to school Low commit- ment to school Perception of school as unsafe Perception of school as unsafe Parental attitudes favorable toward SU Parental attitudes favorable toward SU Low neighborhood attachment Low neighborhood attachment Perceived availability of drugs Perceived availability of drugs Perception of neighborhood as unsafe Perception of neighborhood as unsafe Belief in moral Order Belief in moral Order Social skills Social skills Perception of peer disapproval of substance use Perception of peer disapproval of substance use Opportunities for involvement Opportunities for involvement Rewards for involvement Rewards for involvement High family attachment High family attachment Opportunities for involvement Opportunities for involvement Rewards for involvement Rewards for involvement Opportunities for involvement Opportunities for involvement Rewards for involvement Rewards for involvement RiskFactors ProtectiveFactors Risk Behaviors

13 Health Services Health Services Healthy School Environment Healthy School Environment Health Promotion for Staff Health Promotion for Staff Nutrition Services Nutrition Services Family/ Community Involvement Family/ Community Involvement Physical Education Physical Education Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Health Education Health Education Supporting Coordinated School Health MiPHY

14 Health Services Health Services Healthy School Environment Healthy School Environment Health Promotion for Staff Health Promotion for Staff Nutrition Services Nutrition Services Family/ Community Involvement Family/ Community Involvement Physical Education Physical Education Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Health Education Health Education Supporting Coordinated School Health MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS

15 Health Services Health Services Healthy School Environment Healthy School Environment Health Promotion for Staff Health Promotion for Staff Nutrition Services Nutrition Services Family/ Community Involvement Family/ Community Involvement Physical Education Physical Education Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Health Education Health Education Supporting Coordinated School Health MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT

16 MiPHY Versions MiPHY- all risk behavior and risk and protective factor domains ViolenceWeight and nutrition Bullying Physical activity AlcoholDepression and suicide Tobacco Sexual activity Other drugs MiPHY Basic – the MiPHY survey excluding the suicide and sexual behavior questions

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23 MiPHY Report Availability Building Building District District ISD / RESA / ESA / RESD ISD / RESA / ESA / RESD County - schools and districts not identified County - schools and districts not identified

24 Summary Tables Graphical Reports SID and SRSD Reports

25 Michigan YRBS State-level State-level Odd years Odd years Grades 9-12 Grades 9-12 Risk behaviors Risk behaviors Trends Trends Provide benchmarks Provide benchmarks MiPHY Local-level & aggregated to county Web-based Even years (starts 2007/2008) Grades 7, 9, 11 Risk behaviors, risk and protective factors

26 Michigan Department of Education Contacts For the MiPHY: Bob Higgins Project Director higginsr@michigan.gov (517) 373-1024 higginsr@michigan.gov Byron Doty Project Coordinator dotyb@michigan.gov dotyb@michigan.gov (517) 241-2293 Nicole Kramer Project Specialist kramern@michigan.gov (517) 373-4354 www.michigan.gov/miphy For the Michigan YRBS: Kim Kovalchick Michigan YRBS Coordinator kovalchickk@michigan.gov (517) 241-4292 kovalchickk@michigan.gov www.michigan.gov/yrbs


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