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Strategic Prevention Framework Training. Presenters: Rebecca Alfaro, MSW Connie Greene, MA, CPS, CAS, CSW Bob Goldschlag, JD, CCM. INTRODUCTION. GCADA and Guidelines Handouts. http://gcada.nj.gov/alliance/forms/. Strategic Prevention Framework. Assessment Capacity Planning

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strategic prevention framework training
Strategic Prevention Framework Training

Presenters:

Rebecca Alfaro, MSW

Connie Greene, MA, CPS, CAS, CSW

Bob Goldschlag, JD, CCM

introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • GCADA and Guidelines
  • Handouts

http://gcada.nj.gov/alliance/forms/

strategic prevention framework
Strategic Prevention Framework

Assessment

Capacity

Planning

Implementation

Evaluation

Sustainability

Cultural Competency

putting the puzzle together
Putting the Puzzle Together

Capacity

Assessment

Planning

Implementation & Evaluation

the agenda for tonight
The Agenda For Tonight
  • Create a vision statement
  • Create a mission statement
  • Develop a strategic plan based on your logic model utilizing CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Change
  • Evaluation
vision statement

Vision Statement

“The dream—how your community will be when all the outcomes are met.”

Your long term fantasy for a perfect community

vision statement1
Vision Statement

Example: The vision for

Utopia Alliance is a healthy,

vibrant community, free of

misuse of alcohol, tobacco

and other drugs.

mission statement
Mission Statement
  • What the Alliance’s role is in making the vision a reality.

Example: The Mission of the Utopia Alliance is to transform the Township of Utopia into a community that nurtures youth and families by engaging residents in the process of ongoing community problem solving to reduce substance abuse.

difference between vision mission
Difference between Vision & Mission

While the Vision is a dream, the Mission is more concrete and action oriented.

developing the plan of action
Developing the Plan of Action
  • In order to develop the plan you must understand
    • Community Level Change
    • CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Change
community level change environmental strategies
Community Level Change (Environmental Strategies)

Prevention efforts aimed at changing or influencing community conditions rather then individuals or groups of individuals

Only a part of what Alliances will be doing

cadca s seven strategies for community level change

CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Community Level Change

To effect change an alliance must develop a diverse range of strategies and interventions.

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CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Community Level Change

INDIVIDUALLY FOCUSED

  • Provide information
  • Build skills
  • Provide social support

Community Focused

  • Reduce barriers / enhance access
  • Change consequences / incentives
  • Alter the physical design of the environment
  • Change policy and rules
strategy 1 providing information
Strategy 1: Providing Information

Educational presentations, workshops, seminars or other presentations.

Examples:

  • Media
  • Brochures
  • Billboards
  • Meetings
  • Forum
  • Web-based communications
strategy 2 enhancing skills
Strategy 2:Enhancing Skills

Activities designed to increase the skills of participants to achieve population-level outcomes.

Examples:

  • Workshops and seminars
  • Training and technical assistance
strategy 3 providing support
Strategy 3: Providing Support

Creating opportunities for individuals to participate in activities that reduce risk or enhance protection

  • Examples:
    • Providing alternative activities
    • Mentoring
    • Referrals
    • Support groups
strategy 4 enhancing access reducing barriers
Strategy 4:Enhancing Access/Reducing Barriers

Improving systems and processes to increase the ease, ability and opportunity to utilize services.

Examples:

  • Cultural and language sensitivity
  • Childcare
  • Transportation
strategy 5 changing consequences
Strategy 5: Changing Consequences

Increasing or decreasing the probability of a specific behavior by altering the consequences of that behavior

  • Increasing public awareness
  • Individual and business rewards
  • Taxes, citations, and fines
  • Revocation/loss of privileges
strategy 6 physical design
Strategy 6:Physical Design
  • Changing the physical design or structure of the environment to reduce risk or enhance protection
    • Parks
    • Landscape
    • Signage
    • Lighting
    • Outlet density
strategy 7 modifying changing policies
STRATEGY 7: Modifying/Changing Policies

Formal change in written procedures, by-laws, proclamations, rules or laws with written documentation, and/or voting procedures:

  • Workplace initiatives
  • Law enforcement procedures and practices
  • Public policy actions
  • Systems change within government, communities and organizations
strategic planning
Strategic Planning

Key Documents

  • Logic Model

2. Guidelines

3. Form 7

Alliance Action Plan

utopia hypothetical logic model
UtopiaHypothetical Logic Model
  • Problem Root Cause Local Conditions
      • Risk Factor

Underage Drinking Availability Merchants are Not Carding

Merchants are Accepting Fake ID’s

Supporting Data Supporting Data Supporting Data

form 7 alliance action plan
Form 7Alliance Action Plan
  • Logic Model Information

(Top of Form)

  • Plan for Action
  • Plan for Implementation
  • Plan for Evaluation
form 7 logic model information
Form 7Logic Model Information

Alliance Name:Utopia County: Paradise Last Updated: 9/25/13

Drug Priority:

(Problem)

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Form 7Logic Model Information

Alliance Name: Utopia County: Paradise Last Updated: 9/25/13

Drug Priority: Underage Drinking

Root Cause:

form 7 logic model information2
Form 7Logic Model Information

Alliance Name: Utopia County: Paradise Last Updated: 9/25/13

Drug Priority: Underage Drinking

Root Cause: Availability/Access

form 7 logic model information3
Form 7Logic Model Information

Alliance Name: Utopia County: Paradise Last Updated: 9/25/13

Drug Priority: Underage Drinking

Root Cause: Availability/Access

Goal:

form 7 logic model information4
Form 7Logic Model Information

Goal: To reduce availability of alcohol to minors

Local Condition:

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Form 7Logic Model Information

Local Condition:

Merchants are not carding or are accepting false ID’s

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Form 7Logic Model Information

Local Condition: Merchants are Not Carding or Are Accepting False ID’s

Objective:

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Form 7Logic Model Information

Local Condition: Merchants are Not Carding or Are Accepting False ID’s

Objective: Increase the number of merchants carding and knowledgeable in identifying fake ID’s

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Form 7Logic Model Information
  • Strategy: (CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Change )
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Form 7Logic Model Information
  • Pick at least one from the first three and at least two from the last four of the CADCA 7 Strategies
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Form 7Logic Model Information

Strategies:

Enhancing Skills (CADCA 2)

Changing Consequences(CADCA 5)

Modifying/Changing Policies (CADCA 7)

form 7 plan for action
Form 7Plan forAction
  • Activity/Program:

(Name of Activity)

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Form 7Plan forAction
  • Activity/Program: Responsible Beverage Server Training
  • Brief Description:
    • Main Purpose
    • What will be learned
    • How will they benefit
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Form 7Plan forAction
  • Activity/Program: Responsible Beverage Server Training
  • Brief Description: RBST’s will be offered on a regular basis to servers….Local merchants will be encouraged to create and enforce a policy mandating RBST for employees.
form 7 plan for action3
Form 7Plan forAction
  • When, Where and How:
    • When will it take place
    • What is the time frame
    • How much
    • How often
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Form 7Plan forAction

When, Where and How:

Bi-monthly of the course of a year, in 3 hours sessions, at merchant’s locations.

Establishments will require new staff to attend.

Participating establishments will be rewarded.

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Form 7Plan forAction

Target Population

  • Number of Participants
  • Population
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Form 7Plan forAction

Target Population:

A) 180 servers and 20 local

establishment

B) Community at large

  • Community Partners:
    • Who else is collaborating
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Form 7Plan forAction

Community Partners:

Local Merchants (to be identified)

Chamber of Commerce

form 7 plan for implementation
Form 7Plan for Implementation
  • Budget and Resources

Breakdown of:

DEDR

Cash match

In-kind

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Form 7Plan forAction

Responsible Members for Implementation:

Who is implementing

Credentials

or

Qualifications

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Form 7Plan for Implementation

Individuals Responsible for Implementation

List names, credentials and what they will be doing

form 7 plan for evaluation
Form 7Plan for Evaluation
  • Five elements to evaluation:
  • Process
  • Short-term outcomes
  • Intermediate Outcomes
  • Long-term outcomes
  • Long-term impact evaluation
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Form 7Plan for Evaluation
  • Form 7– Plan for Evaluation
    • Process Indicators
      • Tools to Measure Process
    • Outcome Indicators
      • Short Terms Goals
      • Tools to Measure Short Term Goals
process evaluation
Process Evaluation

Examines the delivery of the intervention to determine if:

  • the target audience was reached
  • the Alliance stakeholders were engaged
  • the activity was delivered as intended
form 7 plan for evaluation2
Form 7Plan for Evaluation
  • Measure Process by:
      • Number of session
      • Number of unduplicated

people attending each

session

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Form 7Plan for Evaluation
  • Measure Process:

30 unduplicated people

over 6 sessions

Total of 180 people trained

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Form 7Plan for Implementation
  • Short Term Goals

What would be

learned/benefitted

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Form 7Plan for Implementation
  • Short Term Goals

Increased knowledge & skill regarding:

accepting proper ID

understanding need for policy

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Form 7Plan for Implementation

Tools & Instruments for process

form 7 plan for implementation5
Form 7Plan for Implementation

Tools & Instruments for process

Attendance sheets

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Form 7Plan for Implementation
  • Tools and instruments for short term goals
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Form 7Plan for Implementation
  • Tools and instruments for short term goals
    • Pre & post tests
    • Surveys
    • Interviews
intermediate outcomes
Intermediate Outcomes
  • Intermediate evaluation determines if the intervention is making a difference in the problems detailed in the Alliance’s local conditions identified on the logic model.
  • Not before year two
long term outcomes
Long Term Outcomes
  • Long-term evaluation determines if the changes in the local conditions are affecting the root cause and ultimately reducing the problem as identified in the problem statement
  • Not before year five
long term impact
Long Term Impact
  • Long-term impact identifies the long-term impact over a 5-10 year period and considers the long-term health and social consequences to the community.
  • Long-term impact is determined when the Alliance conducts another needs assessment process in preparation for the next grant cycle