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Colorado Prevention Partners SPF-SIG Overview. Colorado Prevention Partners. History of SPF-SIG. Learning Partnerships Pilot communities funded April – September 2005 To test Strategic Prevention Framework, assessment tools and TA

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history of spf sig
History of SPF-SIG

Learning Partnerships

  • Pilot communities funded April – September 2005
  • To test Strategic Prevention Framework, assessment tools and TA
  • Summit of communities, state agencies and TA providers to capture lessons learned

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Statewide Communities

Invited to Participate

Urban: Denver, Mesa, Pueblo, Weld

Rural: Alamosa, Garfield, Prowers, Rio Grande

Frontier: Costilla, Gunnison, Kit Carson, Las Animas, Saguache

Tribal: Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

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Who Are the Players?

  • Prevention Leadership Council
  • Colorado Prevention Partners (CPP)
  • Management Team
  • Workgroups/Subcommittees
  • OMNI (RPS/Evaluation)
  • Communities – Project Coordinators/Eval Liaisons

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strategic prevention framework
Strategic Prevention Framework

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Strategic Prevention Framework

0- Initiating

1- Assessment

2- Capacity

3- Planning

4- Implementation

5- Evaluation

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step 0 initiating
Step 0 - Initiating
  • Getting organized, identifying key stakeholders

Additional step to the SPF SIG model:

1. Setting up Coalition, and/or Prevention Policy Board

2. Youth engagement

3. School engagement

4. Higher Education engagement

5. Address cultural responsiveness

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Step 1 - Assessment

  • Look at population, their needs, resources, and readiness
  • 1. Data exploration using web-based ASPIRE system
  • 2. Assess resources in the community that are available to address identified issues
  • 3. Address cultural responsiveness
  • 4. Use the SPF SIG Needs Assessment Model to examine substance-abuse related issues, consequences, and potential causes

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Step 2 - Capacity

  • Mobilize and Build Capacity
  • 1. Engage key stakeholders, coalitions, and service providers
  • 2. Conduct a community readiness assessment & a coalition assessment
  • 3. Build on and improve the existing prevention infrastructure
  • 4. Mobilize both financial and organizational resources
  • 5. Address cultural responsiveness

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Step 3 - Planning

  • Develop a Prevention Strategic Plan
  • 1. Look at needs, objectives, resources and data in development of your strategic plan
  • 2. Select programs, policies and/or practices to be used
  • 3. Emphasis on programs, policies and/or practices based on evidence
  • 4. Address cultural responsiveness

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5. Create a long-term strategy to sustain policies, programs, and practices

6. Keep in mind plans may need to be adjusted, with respect to ongoing needs assessment and evaluation activities

7. Address cultural responsiveness

Step 3 - Planning (cont.)

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Step 4 - Implementation

  • Implement programs, policies and/or practices
    • 1. Implement plans to improve prevention infrastructure in your community
    • 2. Environmental Strategies – i.e. cigarette excise tax, what others?
    • 3. Address cultural responsiveness

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step 5 evaluation
Step 5 - Evaluation
  • Monitor and evaluate for improvement

1. Prevention Policy Board/Prevention Coalition reporting

2. Key stakeholder interviews

3. School surveying

4. Web-based reporting

5. Community prevention networking monitoring

6. Address cultural responsiveness

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core principles
Core Principles
  • Address cultural responsiveness through each step of the framework
  • Implementation of the framework will transform and help sustain prevention infrastructure
  • Data-Driven Decision Making
  • Change is measured at the community level
  • Communities must participate in state-wide goal of changing underage drinking-related problems.
  • Youth, K-12 school and higher education are key community stakeholders to engage in CPP implementation

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evaluation requirements
Evaluation Requirements
  • Coordinate the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey
  • Complete Needs Assessment/Strategic Planning Process
  • Record Coalition/PPB Meetings
  • Participate in cross-site evaluation (web-based CLI)
  • Participate in site visits
  • Evaluate implementation strategies and utilize CO KIT

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community evaluation liaison role
Community Evaluation Liaison Role

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technical assistance

ADAD

OMNI

Fiscal

Questions

Fiscal Agent

Evaluation

Questions

OMNI RPC

Local

Evaluator

SPF/SIG

Questions

Community

Contact/

Coordinator

Technical Assistance

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technical assistance forums
Technical Assistance Forums
  • Community Infrastructure Meetings
  • Conference Calls
  • Site Visits
  • One-to-one Phone Calls
  • Regional Trainings

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