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Ohio Cross-Cultural Tobacco Control Alliance. Presented by Tracy Clopton, M. S. W. Tobacco Program Consultant Ohio Department of Health. In The Beginning…. Fall 2003 - Planning Committee Meetings ALAO, AHA, ACS, TFO (SFO), OTPF, ODH, ODADAS – Active Agencies

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Ohio cross cultural tobacco control alliance

Ohio Cross-CulturalTobacco Control Alliance

Presented by

Tracy Clopton, M. S. W.

Tobacco Program Consultant

Ohio Department of Health


In the beginning

In The Beginning…

  • Fall 2003 - Planning Committee Meetings

  • ALAO, AHA, ACS, TFO (SFO), OTPF, ODH, ODADAS – Active Agencies

  • Used CDC-OSH 4 Strategic Goal Areas

  • Public Policy Area as a 5th Goal

  • Five Goal Areas for Ohio


Goal 4 eliminating disparities among populations disproportionately affected by tobacco use

Goal #4- Eliminating Disparities Among Populations Disproportionately Affected By Tobacco Use

  • OTPF Representative and ODH Representative - Two Advocates on Planning Committee.

  • Developed Preliminary Objectives Based Upon Experience within Ohio.

  • Provided Data As Available To Support Objectives.


Goal 4 objectives revised 2005

Goal #4 ObjectivesRevised 2005

  • Data Availability

  • Statewide Networks for Communities of Color and At-Risk Populations

  • Develop Statewide Alliance

  • Smoke Free Restaurants and Bars

  • Culturally Competent Youth Programs


Ohio comprehensive tobacco use prevention strategic plan 2004 to 2008

Ohio Comprehensive Tobacco Use Prevention Strategic Plan 2004 to 2008


Strategic plan overview

Strategic Plan Overview


Barriers opportunities

Initially, Statewide Networks were not accepted as objectives.

Planning Committee Structure.

Local Grantees and Communities not included in the beginning.

Include African American Statewide Network in the plan.

Pursue greater support from local grantees and communities.

Solidify partnerships within Ohio.

Barriers & Opportunities


Overcoming barriers

Overcoming Barriers

  • The Praxis Project - Health Justice Agency

  • Assessment of 30 people/agencies.

  • 2004 State Tobacco Conference.

  • Praxis Project Training for Brainstorming Session – October 2004.

  • Reviewed Michigan’s Case Study Report

  • Parity Kit


Continuing the work

Continuing the work…

  • Brainstorming Sessions on five Objectives –

    2004 & 2005

  • 2005 State Tobacco Conference – March 2005

  • CDC – Office on Smoking & Health –

    Disparities Supplement Grant – Sept. 2005

  • Official Name: Ohio Cross-Cultural Tobacco Control Alliance – June 2006

  • $120,000 from CDC – Build Capacity – July 2006


Maintaining the work

Maintaining the work….

  • Recruit Team Chairpersons for stability.

  • Encourage Leadership.

  • Competing Commitments.

  • Participating agencies need resources and infrastructure to participate.

  • On-going recruitment required.


Ohio cross cultural tobacco control alliance1

Ohio Cross-Cultural Tobacco Control Alliance


Alliance membership focus

Alliance Membership Focus


Challenges

Challenges

  • Unengaged communities at-risk.

  • Agency leaders may be smokers.

  • Community readiness levels.

  • State agency barriers.

  • Infrastructure to manage large group.


Benefits

Benefits

  • Building for self and for broader community.

  • Locals participate in statewide activities.

  • Policy and Systems Change.

  • Develop Leadership.

  • Data collection for new groups.

  • Action Plan and Marketing Plan.

  • Case Study Evaluation.


Statewide community network building forum

Statewide Community Network Building Forum

Clarion Hotel & Conference Center

900 East Dublin Granville Road

Columbus, Ohio 43229

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

9:00am to 3:30pm

Please Fax Your Registration by

April 6, 2007


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