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United Way Presentation October 15, 2013 . Better Health― Better Choices. Members. Bill Bertsche Tracy Geenen Melissa Diener Colleen Homb Jim Lester Mary Maurer Matt Sauer Marty Schaller Annie Short Cath Pape. Steve Smith Amy Wergin Colleen Wisnicky Kathy Zucchi Justin Nickels

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members
Members
  • Bill Bertsche
  • Tracy Geenen
  • Melissa Diener
  • Colleen Homb
  • Jim Lester
  • Mary Maurer
  • Matt Sauer
  • Marty Schaller
  • Annie Short
  • Cath Pape
  • Steve Smith
  • Amy Wergin
  • Colleen Wisnicky
  • Kathy Zucchi
  • Justin Nickels
  • Rhonda Trader
  • Karen Szyman
  • Betsy Benz
  • Joyce Aertz
  • Stuart Aitken
41 we re better than that

41: We’re better than that!

County Health Rankings

hmc 2020 priorities
HMC 2020 Priorities
  • Access to Health Care
    • Medical
    • Dental
    • Mental
  • Activity and Nutrition
  • Injury Prevention
  • Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse Prevention
other 2020 identified priorities
Other 2020 Identified Priorities
  • Healthy Growth and Development
    • Prenatal to Five
    • School age and Adolescents
  • Jobs the Pay a Living Wage
  • Violence and Crime
access to health care goal
Access to Health Care: Goal
  • By 2020, 85% of adults will report that they have a primary health care provider.
    • Source: Manitowoc County Community Health Survey
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Access to Health Care: Goal
  • By 2020, 75% of Manitowoc County adults will have seen a dentist in the last year.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Community Health Survey
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Access to Health Care: Goal
  • By 2020, 30% of Medicaid (Badger Care) recipients will receive dental care in a year.
  • Source: Wisconsin Department of Health Services Medicaid Data Base
access to health care actions
Access to Health Care: Actions
  • Community Clinics of Manitowoc County
    • School based Dental Care 2005
    • Healthy Teeth Adult Dental Clinic 2010
    • Medical Clinic October 1, 2013
    • Plan FQHC-look alike in 2014 -15
activity and nutrition goals
Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 53% of adults will report engaging in moderate or vigorous physical activity for 60 minutes daily, five days per week.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Community Health Survey
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 53% of high school students will report being physically active five or more days per week for at least 60 minutes daily.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 50% of the food vendors at Farmer’s Markets in Manitowoc County will accept Food Share (Food Stamp) payment using Electronic Benefit Transfer cards.
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 25% percent of high school students will report eating two or more servings of fruit daily.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 20% of high school students will report eating two or more servings of vegetables daily.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 70% of adults will report eating two or more fruits per day.
  • Manitowoc County Community Health Survey
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, 30% of adults will report eating three or more vegetables per day.
  • Manitowoc County Community Health Survey
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Activity and Nutrition: Goals
  • By 2020, Healthiest Manitowoc County in partnership with Manitowoc County Employers will achieve Well County designation from the Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA).
activity and nutrition actions
Activity and Nutrition: Actions
  • Farm to School Partnerships
  • Core 4 Plus
  • Chamber Wellness Council
injury prevention goals
Injury Prevention: Goals
  • By 2020, reduce the death rate from injuries to 60/100,000.
  • By 2020, reduce the death rate from falls to 25/100,000.
  • Source: Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health
injury prevention actions
Injury Prevention: Actions
  • No current community health improvement coalition.
mental health 2013 survey
Mental Health: 2013 survey
  • In the last 3 years, 16% of survey participants were diagnosed with a mental health condition.
  • Six percent felt sad, blue or depressed always or nearly always
  • Five percent seldom or never find meaning & purpose in daily life
  • Three percent considered suicide
mental health goals
Mental Health: Goals
  • This is a new initiative. The Mental Health Coalition is currently finalizing it’s work plan.
  • Identified two issues
    • Access to care
    • Public education and Stigma reduction
substance abuse prevention goals
Substance Abuse Prevention: Goals
  • By 2020, there will be a decrease in the percentage of youth reporting the use of alcohol, tobacco or unprescribed drugs under age 15.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Substance Abuse Prevention: Goals
  • By 2020, there will be a decrease in the percentage of high school students admitting to tobacco, alcohol or drug use in the previous 30 days.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
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Substance Abuse Prevention: Goals
  • By 2020, 10% of high school students will report engaging in binge drinking.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Youth Risk Behavior Survey
alcohol use in past month adults
Alcohol Use in Past Month: Adults
  • Binge Drinking 2010

[Male 5+; Female 4+]

    • WI: 22%
    • US: 15%
    • HP2020 Goal: 24%

[Male & Female 5+]

  • Heavy Drinking 2010
    • WI: 6%
    • US: 5%

*In 2003 and 2013, “4 or more drinks on an occasion” for females and “5 or more drinks on an occasion” for males was used; in all other study years, “5 or more drinks on an occasion” was used for both males and females.

**Heavy drinking is defined as 61 or more drinks for males and 31 or more drinks for females.

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Substance Abuse Prevention: Goals
  • By 2020, 85% of Manitowoc County adults will be non-smokers.
  • Source: Manitowoc County Community Health Survey
substance abuse prevention coalition actions
Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition: Actions
  • EMPOWERS community members to solve community alcohol and drug-related problems.
  • TRAINS youth to be role models, mentors and leaders.
  • ADVOCATES for policies to prevent teen alcohol and drug use.
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Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition: Actions
  • EDUCATES parents and community about the latest trends in substance abuse and how to help teens make better choices.
  • PROVIDES community leaders, parents, teachers, law enforcement and physicians with the needed resources to address substance abuse.
what additional issues did the 2013 review suggest
What additional issues did the 2013 review suggest?
  • Fiscal responsibility and better budgeting resources for low income families
  • Adult Immunization: Influenza
  • Alcohol and Adults
  • Chronic Disease Prevention & Management
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What additional issues did the 2013 review suggest?
  • Need to support Drug, Alcohol, and/or Mental Health Court
  • Injury Prevention: falls and pedestrian safety
  • Tobacco use among women of childbearing age
how can the united way help
How can the United Way help?
  • Funding initiatives that are proven to improve health
  • Advocate for policies that improve health
  • Partner to leverage other resources