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Capacity Training New Mexico Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant. January 25, 2006 Michelle Fry & Paula Feathers Southwest Center for Applied Prevention Technologies. Capacity Agenda. Welcome and Introductions Group Work Agreement Review Objectives

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capacity training new mexico strategic prevention framework state incentive grant

Capacity TrainingNew Mexico Strategic Prevention FrameworkState Incentive Grant

January 25, 2006

Michelle Fry & Paula Feathers

Southwest Center for Applied Prevention Technologies

capacity agenda
Capacity Agenda
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Group Work Agreement
  • Review Objectives
  • Review-Visit Assessment phase
  • Explore capacity and systems
  • Where is your system currently
  • Community Readiness
  • Intervening Variable system development
  • Addressing identified gaps
  • Report requirements
  • Closure
  • Training evaluation
capacity training objectives
Capacity Training Objectives
  • Explain capacity as it relates to the consequence logic model
  • Define community prevention system
  • Explain what a prevention system addressing Intervening Variables and risky behaviors associated with underage binge drinking and 15-24 year old alcohol related crashes in their community looks like.
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Capacity Training Objectives

Community Readiness:

  • Describe community readiness.
  • Explain the 9 stages of readiness.
  • Analyze their community in the statewide readiness survey and identify community strengths, weaknesses, and key stakeholders who need to be brought into the system.
  • Identify tools available to gauge community readiness.
capacity training objectives5
Capacity Training Objectives

Mobilization:

  • Identify stake holder’s necessary to implement environmental strategies.
  • Map existing system and identify who needs to be included.
  • Identify strategies to educate and mobilize identified stakeholders.
spf sig new mexico community logic model reducing alcohol related youth traffic fatalities
SPF SIG New Mexico Community Logic ModelReducing alcohol-related youth traffic fatalities

Substance-Related Consequences

Substance

Use

Intervening

Variables

Strategies

(Examples)

Underage

BINGE DRINKING

Easy RETAIL ACCESS to Alcohol for youth

Enforce underage retail sales laws

Low ENFORCEMENT of alcohol laws

Underage

DRINKING AND DRIVING

Social Event Monitoring and Enforcement

High rate of alcohol-related crash mortality

Among 15 to 24 year olds

Easy SOCIAL ACCESS to Alcohol

Low PERCEIVED RISK of alcohol use

Media Advocacy to Increase Community Concern about Underage Drinking

Young Adult

BINGE DRINKING

SOCIAL NORMS accepting and/or encouraging youth drinking

Young Adult

DRINKING AND DRIVING

Restrictions on alcohol advertising in youth markets

PROMOTION of alcohol use (advertising, movies, music, etc)

Bans on alcohol price promotions and happy hours

Low or discount PRICING of alcohol

assessment check in
Assessment Check In

In your communities, answer the following questions:

  • What good things have you learned about your community as a result of your assessment efforts?
  • What has been challenging?
  • What resources or allies did you discover during this process?
  • Which allies are not currently present?
intervening variables review
Intervening Variables Review

Community Activity:

  • Groups will get an envelope that has Intervening Variables and examples of Intervening Variables.
  • Match the examples with the correct Intervening Variable.
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Intervening Variables Review

Easy Retail Access

  • Lack of compliance checks
  • High number of alcohol outlets

Low Enforcement

  • Low number of sobriety check points
  • Alcohol is being sold to intoxicated patrons
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Intervening Variables Review

Social Access

  • Parents host house parties
  • Keg parties near college campuses

Low Perceived Risk

  • The person who drinks the least is the safest driver
  • People believe there is no police patrol in certain areas
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Intervening Variables Review

Social Norms

  • Freshmen in college believe they are expected to drink every weekend
  • Every celebration has alcohol

Promotion

  • The Tecate softball tournament gives a 6 pack to anyone who hits a homerun
  • Every other add on the radio is for club-18 to enter 21 to drink
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Intervening Variables Review

Discount Pricing

  • Happy hours offer $2.00 pitchers
  • Buy 16oz. Beer for the price of a 12oz.
capacity
Capacity
  • Mobilization of resources within a geographic area.
  • Convening key stakeholders, coalitions, and service providers to plan and implement sustainable prevention efforts
  • Mobilization includes financial and organizational resources in addition to forming partnerships.
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Capacity

Other considerations:

  • Community Readiness
  • Cultural Competence
  • Leadership

All are strengthened by education and training

capacity benchmarks
Capacity Benchmarks
  • Partnerships
    • Continuation and creation of new ones
    • MOAs (memorandums of agreement)
    • Directory
  • Education and training sessions
  • Meetings and workshops with key stakeholders
capacity and the spf sig
Capacity and the SPF SIG

Our Logic Model is data driven.

  • Who, When and Where of consequence
  • Use patterns
  • Surveys, questionnaires, focus groups of Intervening Variables.
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Capacity and the SPF SIG

Capacity is built around the logic model.

To create effective prevention , looking at the logic model, where does capacity need to be centered?

Answer: INTERVENING VARIABLES

prevention as a system
Prevention as a System

system:

  • Any organized assembly of resources and procedures united and regulated by interaction or interdependence to accomplish a set of specific functions.
  • A collection of personnel, equipment, and methods organized to accomplish a set of specific functions.
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Prevention as a System

What would a comprehensive, united, prevention system look like using this logic model?

Answer: One that addresses each Intervening Variable.

Each community will build capacity around Intervening Variables.

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Prevention as a System

What is the goal of the prevention system we want to create in our communities with the SPF SIG?

Answer: Reduce the rate of 15-24 year olds involved in fatal alcohol-related vehicle crashes.

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Low Prices

Low Perceived

Risk

Easy Retail

Access

Low

Enforcement

Promotion

Social Norms

Social Access

Substance Use

15-24 year olds involved in alcohol-related vehicle crashes and crash fatalities

what has your data shown you
What has your data shown you?
  • For each Intervening Variable, map out the issues, trends, and behaviors (constructs) you have identified in your community through your assessments.
  • Use the handouts on Page 5-7
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What has your data shown you?

Easy Retail Access

Sunday sales

High density of alcohol outlets

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What has your data shown you?
  • For each Intervening Variable, map out the issues, trends, and behaviors (constructs) you have identified in your community through your assessments.
  • Use the handouts on Page 5-7
where is your system now
Where is your system now?
  • For each Intervening Variable, identify resources currently actively involved (pg.8-14).
  • Refer to the maps you created based on your data as guides.
  • This will be used for the following reasons:
    • Inventory of current stakeholders
    • Identifying gaps
  • Use the handout on pg. 16to list gaps
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Where is your system now?
  • For each Intervening Variable, identify resources currently actively involved (pg.8-14).
  • Refer to the maps you created based on your data as guides.
  • This will be used for the following reasons:
    • Inventory of current stakeholders
    • Identifying gaps
  • Use the handout on pg. 16to list gaps
community prevention system
Community Prevention System

Community Readiness:

The capacity of a community to implement programs, policies and other changes that are designed to reduce the likelihood of substance use.

community readiness
Community Readiness

Why is it important to know a community’s readiness level?

  • Helps identify where capacity needs improvement.
  • Gauges community attitudes
  • Serves as a catalyst for change
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Community Readiness

Is determined by:

  • Identifying the issue
  • 15-24 year olds involved in alcohol related crashes
  • Define the community
  • Conduct interviews
  • Develop strategies based on level of readiness and conduct workshops or trainings to increase readiness.
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Community Readiness
  • 9 Stages of Community Readiness

Page 18

  • Strategies to Increase Readiness

Page 19-20

During the capacity phase, we will want to focus on the assessment.

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Community Readiness

County Level Data

  • Review the county level readiness survey results.
  • Identify and record potential resources for each Intervening Variable (pg.8-14) and gaps (pg.16).
county level readiness survey
County Level Readiness Survey
  • What information from this survey was beneficial?
  • How will this worksheet be useful?
  • Questions or concerns?
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Community Readiness

Community Activity

  • Answer: What cultural considerations do we need to take into account when assessing community readiness?
  • Record on Flip Chart
  • Report to larger group
community and intervening variables
Community and Intervening Variables

Community Activity:

  • Refer to pg.21
  • Examine Social Access by identifying everyone that has an impact on that Intervening Variable, both positive and negative impacts.
  • Will share with other communities
communities and intervening variables
Communities and Intervening Variables
  • What are some new ideas you got from this activity?
  • How will these worksheets be useful?
  • Questions or concerns?
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Community and Intervening Variables

These worksheets (pg.21-27) will need to be completed for each Intervening Variable when you go back to your communities.

addressing gaps
Addressing Gaps
  • Use page 16 as a guide for identified gaps.
  • List strategies to fill those gaps.
    • Networking
    • Win-Win Selling Points
    • Education sessions
  • Strategies will be shared with other communities.
strategies to address gaps
Strategies to Address Gaps
  • How was this activity beneficial?
  • How will this worksheet be useful?
  • Questions or concerns?
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Capacity Training Objectives
  • Explain capacity as it relates to the consequence logic model
  • Define community prevention system
  • Explain what a prevention system addressing Intervening Variables and risky behaviors associated with underage binge drinking and 15-24 year old alcohol related crashes in their community looks like.
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Capacity Training Objectives

Community Readiness:

  • Describe community readiness.
  • Explain the 9 stages of readiness.
  • Analyze their community in the statewide readiness survey and identify community strengths, weaknesses, and key stakeholders who need to be brought into the system.
  • Identify tools available to gauge community readiness.
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Capacity Training Objectives

Mobilization:

  • Identify stake holder’s necessary to implement environmental strategies.
  • Map existing system and identify who needs to be included.
  • Identify strategies to educate and mobilize identified stakeholders.
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Final thoughts or concerns?
  • Please fill out evaluation-only for today’s training, please do not include yesterday’s meeting.

Thank you and safe travels!

PowerPoint can be found at:

http://captus.samhsa.gov/

Click on Southwest CAPT, then on the state of New Mexico.

infusion of the strategic prevention framework
Infusion of theStrategic Prevention Framework

State Systems

Prevention Infrastructure

General Public

Awareness and

Outreach

Community Coalitions

Action Mechanism

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Low Enforcement

Short Term

Outcomes

Outputs

Inputs

Sobriety Check Points

Sheriff's office

Long Term

Outcomes

ID compliance checks

Community

Change

Merchant Education

15-24 year olds

Alcohol related

classes

Retailers

Server Training

Shoulder Taps

SID