CDC National Implementation and
Dissemination for Chronic Disease
Prevention
Partnering4Health
Cheryl Welbeck, MBA – Proje...
Disclaimer
The views expressed in written conference
materials or publications and by speakers
and moderators do not neces...
Presentation Outline
1. Partnering4Health Overview
2. Awardees
3. Where we are
4. What this means
1. Overview – Partnering4Health
Problem
statement
PICH
National
Implementation
and
Dissemination
for Chronic
Disease
Prevention
(Partnering4Health)
REACH
Current CDC Progra...
States with PICH, REACH, and National
Implication Grant Awardees
The National Implementation and
Dissemination for Chronic Disease
Prevention program or
Partnering4Health is a 3-year init...
Risk Factors
1. Tobacco use and exposure
2. Physical inactivity
3. Poor nutrition
4. Lack of access to chronic disease pre...
Focus Areas
Scope
 Timeline: 3-years (2014-2017)*
 Budget: $30 million to national orgs
 Impact:
 Reduce death/disability from tob...
2. National Awardees
Awards
 Five national organizations funded to
establish national alliance –
Partnering4Health
 Awards given under two Ca...
Category A National Orgs Category B National Orgs
Division of Community Health
Chapters and Affiliates
and community coali...
National Organization
Awardees
Category A
• American Heart
Association
– $3,000,000
• American Planning
Association
– $2,9...
• Increase collaboration between national and
community partners
• Increase community capacity to implement policy,
system...
National Organizations
Functions
Category A
• Funding for capacity
building and
implementation
• Ongoing TA
• (2) cohorts ...
National Health Policy Goals
• Assure Health in All Policies (Legislation)
• Protect Prevention and Public Health
Resource...
DHPE Five Program Areas
• Health Equity
• Internships and Fellowships
• Consumer Market Analysis Projects
• Systems Change...
 Health Education Research &
Practice
 Professional Preparation &
Standards
 Continuing Education &
Training
 Advocacy...
Center for Online Resources &
Education (CORE)
• CORE serves as your one-stop portal for eLearning,
virtual engagement and...
Category B Activities
Technical
Assistance
Training &
Resources
Communications
 Webinars
 Ask-the-
Expert Office
Hours
...
Category B Approaches
• Increasing collaboration among national,
state, and community partners
• Culturally tailored inter...
Policy, Systems & Environmental
Change Approaches
• PSE is an approach to modifying the environment
to make healthier choi...
3. Communities
Category A Grantees
• 50 Communities
– American Heart Association
• 15 communities
– American Planning Association
• 18 co...
Role of Category A
• Lead new or enhanced multi-sector coalitions
• Community assessment
• Identify chronic disease risk f...
American Heart Association
ANCHOR: Accelerating National
Community Health Outcomes through
Reinforcing Partnerships Program
Built Upon Existing Progr...
AHA: ANCHOR
• Tobacco: Educate community residents on the benefits of
tobacco and smoke-free environments
– Smoke-free env...
AHA ANCHOR:
INCLINE VILLAGE, NV
• The local campaign is engaged in is a community effort called Healthy Living
Incline Vil...
American Planning Association
#plan4health
www.plan4health.us
APA: Kane County, IL – Kane
County Planning Cooperative
The Kane County Planning Cooperative is an
integrated effort– betw...
APA: Kane County
Planning Cooperative
Reach 202,060
Focus Area
Nutrition
Physical Activity
Setting CountyKey project strat...
National WIC Association
National WIC Association
1) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
2) National WIC Association (NWA)
3) American...
NWA: Community/Clinical Linkages
with Cultural Competence
• Crescent City WIC promotes cultural
competence in Plaquemines ...
4. Where we are
Where We Are Now
• Lessons Learned
• Success Stories
• Community Grantee Selection - Cohort 2
• Dissemination Efforts of P...
• The local campaign is working to increase availability and affordability of
healthy foods and beverages in workplaces, g...
NWA: ¡Por Vida!
• Wichita Falls, TX is highlighting healthy
restaurant menu options with ¡Por Vida!
– ¡Por Vida! is a Span...
APA: Nashua, NH – Plan4Health
Nashua
Key project strategies
• Complete Streets
• Engage local leaders
Reach 43,500
Focus A...
APA: Nashua, NH –
Plan4Health Nashua
Following the presentation by
Sarah Marchant, Plan4Health-
Nashua's project was adopt...
5. What this means
Call to Action
1.Collaborate
2.Educate
3.Support community-
level health programs
4.Promote
Collaborate
Educate
• Partnerships are key to success
• Align the prevention system
• Sharing resources
• Building support for PSE pre...
Support for Continued
Funding
$ $$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Partnering4Health Summary
3 years*
4 focus areas
5 national organizations
50 communities
28 states
Healthier communities
+
Promote the Movement
Social Media Messages:
- Collaboration is Key for Chronic Disease
Prevention
- Making Healthy Communi...
For more information:
Cheryl Welbeck, MBA,
Directors of Health Promotion and Education
cwelbeck@dhpe.org
Nicolette Warren ...
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National Implementation PPT - CJA_FINAL

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  • 1. CDC National Implementation and Dissemination for Chronic Disease Prevention Partnering4Health Cheryl Welbeck, MBA – Project Director, Directors of Health Promotion and Education Nicolette Warren Powe, MS, MCHES, DrPH (c) – Director of Health Equity, Society for Public Health Education Elizabeth Hartig – Project Coordinator, American Planning Association Quinney D. Harris, MPH – Program Manager, CPHMC, National WIC Association
  • 2. Disclaimer The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the US Department of Health and Human Services/ CDC, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
  • 3. Presentation Outline 1. Partnering4Health Overview 2. Awardees 3. Where we are 4. What this means
  • 4. 1. Overview – Partnering4Health
  • 5. Problem statement
  • 6. PICH National Implementation and Dissemination for Chronic Disease Prevention (Partnering4Health) REACH Current CDC Programs
  • 7. States with PICH, REACH, and National Implication Grant Awardees
  • 8. The National Implementation and Dissemination for Chronic Disease Prevention program or Partnering4Health is a 3-year initiative that helps national organizations and local networks promote healthy communities, prevent chronic diseases, and reduce health disparities.
  • 9. Risk Factors 1. Tobacco use and exposure 2. Physical inactivity 3. Poor nutrition 4. Lack of access to chronic disease prevention, risk reduction, and disease management opportunities
  • 10. Focus Areas
  • 11. Scope  Timeline: 3-years (2014-2017)*  Budget: $30 million to national orgs  Impact:  Reduce death/disability from tobacco by 5%  Reduce obesity by 3%  Reduce death/disability from chronic disease by 3%
  • 12. 2. National Awardees
  • 13. Awards  Five national organizations funded to establish national alliance – Partnering4Health  Awards given under two Categories  Category A  3 awardees  Category B  2 awardees
  • 14. Category A National Orgs Category B National Orgs Division of Community Health Chapters and Affiliates and community coalitions (the sub-recipients) PARTNERING4HEALTH ALLIANCE
  • 15. National Organization Awardees Category A • American Heart Association – $3,000,000 • American Planning Association – $2,998,075 • National WIC Association – $2,391,722 Category B • Directors of Health Promotion and Education (DHPE) – $500,000 • Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) – $480,282
  • 16. • Increase collaboration between national and community partners • Increase community capacity to implement policy, systems and environmental change (PSE) improvements – Multi-sectorial coalitions – Community data – Community action plan • Increase messages on the importance of PSE improvements Role of National Organizations
  • 17. National Organizations Functions Category A • Funding for capacity building and implementation • Ongoing TA • (2) cohorts of 15-20 chapters and affiliates Category B • provide trainings and tools to support the activities of Category A chapters and affiliates • Communications and dissemination activities that amplify prevention messages and build support for chapter/affiliates’ work
  • 18. National Health Policy Goals • Assure Health in All Policies (Legislation) • Protect Prevention and Public Health Resources (Funding) • Focus on Health Equity (Implementation) Directors of Health Promotion & Education (DHPE)
  • 19. DHPE Five Program Areas • Health Equity • Internships and Fellowships • Consumer Market Analysis Projects • Systems Change for HealthTM • Evidence-based Policy, Systems and Environmental (PSE) Change Approach Training • National Health Education Program on Lupus For Capacity Building and Technical Assistance Needs, visit www.dhpe.org
  • 20.  Health Education Research & Practice  Professional Preparation & Standards  Continuing Education & Training  Advocacy SOPHE www.sophe.org
  • 21. Center for Online Resources & Education (CORE) • CORE serves as your one-stop portal for eLearning, virtual engagement and continuing education (CE) tracking. • Visit CORE for:  Webinars  Online course  Annual meeting webcasts  Journal self-studies • To access CORE, visit www.sophe.org/education.cfm  Toolkits  Factsheets  And more!
  • 22. Category B Activities Technical Assistance Training & Resources Communications  Webinars  Ask-the- Expert Office Hours  Online Community for sub- recipients  Resource Directory  Custom TA upon request  Bi-weekly newsletter  Social media outreach  Digital and traditional media campaigns  Peer calls  Online community
  • 23. Category B Approaches • Increasing collaboration among national, state, and community partners • Culturally tailored interventions • Implementing policy, systems and environmental (PSE) change approaches to prevention
  • 24. Policy, Systems & Environmental Change Approaches • PSE is an approach to modifying the environment to make healthier choices more practical and available for all communities. • By enacting laws and changing physical landscapes, a big impact can be made with less time and resources. • By changing policies, systems and/or environments, communities can address health issues like chronic diseases and health disparities.
  • 25. 3. Communities
  • 26. Category A Grantees • 50 Communities – American Heart Association • 15 communities – American Planning Association • 18 communities – National WIC Association • 17 communities
  • 27. Role of Category A • Lead new or enhanced multi-sector coalitions • Community assessment • Identify chronic disease risk factors • Select evidence-based PSE strategies • Reach 50% of the population in the funded area
  • 28. American Heart Association
  • 29. ANCHOR: Accelerating National Community Health Outcomes through Reinforcing Partnerships Program Built Upon Existing Programs: • Voices for Healthy Kids • Tobacco Control Policy American Heart Association
  • 30. AHA: ANCHOR • Tobacco: Educate community residents on the benefits of tobacco and smoke-free environments – Smoke-free environments (three sites) • Nutrition: Increase the number of people with access to environments with healthy food and beverage options – Procurement (eight sites) – Healthy food financing initiatives (four sites) – Farmers markets (five sites) • Physical Activity: Increase the number of people with access to physical activity opportunities – Shared use (two sites) – Physical education (three sites)
  • 31. AHA ANCHOR: INCLINE VILLAGE, NV • The local campaign is engaged in is a community effort called Healthy Living Incline Village, which is working to increase smoke free environments in both the indoor and outdoor spaces where people work, play, live, and learn. • By partnering with citizens, educators, recreation administrators, tourism interests, outdoor enthusiasts, the health care community, and fire control professionals, Healthy Living Incline Village gathers influence from a diverse web of supporters. • The Healthy Living Incline Village coalition efforts are also focused on achieving a tobacco-free campus at Sierra Nevada College. A tobacco-free campus will increase wellness, wealth, and health among students, faculty, and staff, and will help Incline Village lead the way for other Nevada communities in protecting our most valued resources – our people and our environment – from the dangers of tobacco.
  • 32. American Planning Association
  • 33. #plan4health www.plan4health.us
  • 34. APA: Kane County, IL – Kane County Planning Cooperative The Kane County Planning Cooperative is an integrated effort– between Kane County’s Health, Transportation and Development planning staff – to implement the County’s array of long range plans including the 2012-2016 Community Health Improvement Plan, the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan and the 2040 Plan.
  • 35. APA: Kane County Planning Cooperative Reach 202,060 Focus Area Nutrition Physical Activity Setting CountyKey project strategies • Walkability study • Food hub feasibility
  • 36. National WIC Association
  • 37. National WIC Association 1) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 2) National WIC Association (NWA) 3) American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) 4) 17 local WIC agencies in 10 target states 5) Altarum Institute – Evaluation Partner
  • 38. NWA: Community/Clinical Linkages with Cultural Competence • Crescent City WIC promotes cultural competence in Plaquemines Parish, LA – Infusing elements of New Orleans music culture into outreach initiatives with jingles and songs promoting breastfeeding and chronic disease prevention services – Organ Wise Guys materials with dolls representing different racial/ethnic groups – Cultural competency training will be offered to Crescent City WIC, Plaquemines Medical Care, Parish Health Department, LSU Ag Center, Plaquemines Care Center, Parish schools, and Head Start in partnership with Tulane University
  • 39. 4. Where we are
  • 40. Where We Are Now • Lessons Learned • Success Stories • Community Grantee Selection - Cohort 2 • Dissemination Efforts of Partnering4Health
  • 41. • The local campaign is working to increase availability and affordability of healthy foods and beverages in workplaces, government facilities, hospitals, and early care and education settings • The team is working with worksite wellness committees at AHA- designated Fit Friendly Companies to promote access to healthy foods through adoption and implementation of AHA’s Healthy Food and Beverage Guidelines Toolkit. • Local hospitals’ nutrition services directors have been engaged to make changes to the food and beverage environment within their facilities. • The North Dakota Capitol building cafeteria and vending services vendor is working to expand healthy food catering offerings, reduce sugar beverages in vending, and explore a procurement policy to reduce sodium. • The campaign’s work with early care and education settings includes a collaborative project with Heartland Nutrition that will educate, demonstrate, and encourage food procurement and preparation AHA ANCHOR: BISMARCK/MANDAN, ND
  • 42. NWA: ¡Por Vida! • Wichita Falls, TX is highlighting healthy restaurant menu options with ¡Por Vida! – ¡Por Vida! is a Spanish catchphrase that means “For Life” – ¡Por Vida! was launched in San Antonio and came to Wichita Falls with the help of the Health Coalition of Wichita County and funding from NWA’s CPHMC project – ¡Por Vida! was implemented at six restaurants in Wichita County in September 2015. Restaurants include Luby’s Cafeteria, Gypsy Kit, Golden Chick, McDonald’s, Market Street and Familia Gutierrez – ¡Por Vida! received local media coverage immediately afterwards on News Channel 6
  • 43. APA: Nashua, NH – Plan4Health Nashua Key project strategies • Complete Streets • Engage local leaders Reach 43,500 Focus Area Physical Activity Setting City
  • 44. APA: Nashua, NH – Plan4Health Nashua Following the presentation by Sarah Marchant, Plan4Health- Nashua's project was adopted as a priority strategy of the 2015-2018 Community Health Improvement Plan, supported by the Greater Nashua Public Health Advisory Council. Plan4Health – Nashua Leadership Team
  • 45. 5. What this means
  • 46. Call to Action 1.Collaborate 2.Educate 3.Support community- level health programs 4.Promote
  • 47. Collaborate
  • 48. Educate • Partnerships are key to success • Align the prevention system • Sharing resources • Building support for PSE prevention efforts
  • 49. Support for Continued Funding $ $$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
  • 50. Partnering4Health Summary 3 years* 4 focus areas 5 national organizations 50 communities 28 states Healthier communities +
  • 51. Promote the Movement Social Media Messages: - Collaboration is Key for Chronic Disease Prevention - Making Healthy Communities Happen Through Partnership - PSE Approaches Foster Lasting Community Change #Partnering4Health
  • 52. For more information: Cheryl Welbeck, MBA, Directors of Health Promotion and Education cwelbeck@dhpe.org Nicolette Warren Powe, MS, MCHES, DrPH (c), Society for Public Health Education nwarren@sophe.org Elizabeth Hartig, American Planning Association ehartig@planning.org Quinney D. Harris, MPH, National WIC Association qharris@nwica.org Laura King Hahn, American Heart Association laura.king.hahn@heart.org Join Us: www.dhpe.org/page/partnering4health

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