close

Вход

Забыли?

вход по аккаунту

код для вставкиСкачать
Action Plan
DFC Goal 1: Increase Community Collaboration
Objective 1: Coalition members will report an increase in the coalition’s capacity and commitment to catalyze
community change by October 2012.
Strategy 1: Coordinate coalition and community efforts to review and update the community assessment for the coalition by
October of 2012
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. The coalition will review and update the defined boundaries of the coalition,
the rationale for the defined boundaries, including relevant geographic
information to describe community context and community members by
November 30, 2011.
2. The coalition will review and update the Community History as part of the
Community Assessment that will include major events and forces that affect
the community, and have influenced targeted outcomes by December 2011.
3. The coalition will review and update the Needs Assessment as part of the
Community Assessment that will provided qualitative data, quantitative
data, and describes the root causes and local conditions by January 2012.
4. The Coalition will review and update the Resource Assessment as part of the
Community Assessment that will describe the resources currently being used
to address identified resources and that could be used to address identified
resources by February 2012.
121-Institute
Taos Alive
DFC Coordinator
NMNGCD (New Mexico National
Guard Counter Drug)
By April 30, 2012
1. Completed
January 2012
2. Completed
January 2012
3. Completed
January 2012
4. Completed
January 2012
Strategy 2: Coordinate coalition and community efforts to review and update the logic models for the coalition by April 30, 2012
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Develop a problem statement(s) that is identified by the community that will
be the goal portrayed in the logic model by March 2012.
2. Clearly identify the reason targeted problems exist by March 2012.
3. Clearly identify local conditions that maintain risk or build protection by
March 2012.
4. Provide specific indicators for every element of the logic model and ensure
that the indicators are measured at the same level as identified in the needs
assessment by March 2012.
5. Ensure that there is a logical between each element by April 2012.
I2i-Institute
DFC Coordinator
NMNGCD
By April30, 2012
1. Complete
February 2012
2. Complete
February 2012
3. Complete
February 2012
4. Will Complete
February 2012
5. Will Complete
February 2012
Strategy 3: Develop and implement strategic communication outreach between coalition(s) members and community
stakeholders by October 30, 2012.
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Develop and distribute coalition electronic newsletter on a monthly basis.
2. Maintain and update coalition website.
3. Maintain and update coalition listserv.
Strategy 4: Build coalition capacity through October 31, 2012.
Activity
1. Continue recruitment of members for the coalition and DFC Workgroup to
ensure sufficient representation of stakeholders from each of the 12 sectors
on a monthly basis.
2. Attend CADCA Mid-Year Conference by October 31, 2012.
3. Attend CADCA Leadership Forum by October 31, 2012
4. Review and revise Taos Alive By-Laws as necessary by October 31, 2012
DFC Coordinator
NMNGCD
Monthly
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
By October 31,
2012
DFC Coordinator
Taos Alive
Core Team
DFC Program Director
NMNGCD
1. Monthly
2. July 22-26, 2012
3. February 5-10,
2012
4. Completed June
5. Review and revise Roles and Responsibilities of Taos Cares Health Council,
Fiscal Agent, Core Team Members and Coalition Members as necessary by
April 30, 2012
6. Coordination of Taos Alive Meetings and DFC Workgroup on a monthly basis.
2012
5. Completed June
2012
6. Monthly
DFC Goal 1: Increase community collaboration
Objective 2: Taos County residents will report an increased awareness of coalition efforts to reduce substance use by
October 31, 2012.
Strategy 1: Communicate the results of the community assessment to the coalition, community members and key stakeholders.
By October 31, 2012
Activity
1. Develop County-wide annual report on youth substance use and prevention
by June 30, 2012.
2. Update the substance abuse prevention section of the community health
profile by June 30, 2012.
3. Disseminate data from the annual report through the website, newsletters,
community events, coalition meetings and meetings with community leaders
by October 31, 2012 .
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
Evaluator
Taos Alive
DFC Coordinator
By October 31, 2012
1. Complete
2. Don’t know
where the
health file is.
3. Complete
DFC Goal 2: Reduce substance use.
Objective 1: Taos County community members, coalition members and elected officials will report an increase in the
readiness for action from no awareness to vague awareness related to youth use of K2/Spice by October 31, 2012.
Strategy 1: Disseminate information on K2/Spice to coalition and community members by April 31, 2012
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Provide Taos County community members with information on K-2/Spice
(Synthetic Marijuana) through PSA’s by April 30, 2012
2. Create brochure or 1 page flyer on K-2/Spice (Synthetic Marijuana) and
distribute to schools and other local community agencies by April 30, 2012.
3. Post flyer electronically on the Taos Alive website by April 30, 2012
4. Include information on K2-Spice on the monthly newsletter by April 30, 2012
DFC Coordinator
Taos Cares Coordinator
NMNGCD
Strategy 2: Enhancing skills of the coalition on k2/spice by providing training by June 30, 2012
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
1. Train Coalition members on K2-Spice (synthetic Marijuana) by June 30, 2012
2. Distribute educational material on K2-Spice (Synthetic Marijuana) through
email to coalition members by June 30, 2012
3. Train coalition members on new laws regarding K2 Spice
DFC Coordinator
NMNGCD
By April 31, 2011
1.
2.
3.
4.
Completed
Completed
Complete
Complete
Target Date
(By when?)
By June 30, 2012
1. Need to do
2. Complete
3. Complete
DFC Goal 2: Reduce substance use.
Objective 2: Taos county youth will report an increase in policy enforcement in Taos County Schools for tobacco, alcohol
and marijuana by October 2012.
Strategy 1: Build partnerships with Taos Municipal Schools and key organizations involved within the schools through October 31,
2012.
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Continue to meet with key personnel to collect information on enforcement
activities monthly.
2. Continue to recruit key personnel to be members of the coalition monthly
3. Identify the needs of the schools and other agencies within the schools to
identify a project that DFC, Taos Schools and key agencies can work together
on to decrease alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use in the schools by October
31, 2012.
DFC Coordinator
Taos Alive
Taos Cares
Key Personnel of Taos Schools
Clean Air Works in Taos County
Taos Municipal School Tobacco
Prevention Program
By October 31, 2012
1. complete
2. Monthly
3. Complete
NMNGCD
Objective 2: Taos County youth will report a 10% increase in knowledge of positive health norms among the community by
October 2012.
Strategy 2: Provide alternative Drug Free Community Events by June 30, 2011
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Recruit youth and community members to develop messaging for a drug free Taos Alive
By June 30, 2012
event focused on underage use of alcohol, tobacco and use of marijuana by
Taos Cares
1. Complete
January 31, 2012.
DFC Coordinator
2. Complete
2. Schedule the event around key events in the community such as prom,
Taos Cares Coordinator
3. Complete
graduation or fiestas by March 31, 2012.
Clean Air Works in Taos County
4. Complete
3. Hold community event and invite community leaders, school board
Taos Municipal Schools Tobacco
5. Complete
members, community members, youth and those affected by tobacco to join Prevention Program
the march by June 30, 2012.
4. Advertise event through local media, newsletter and website to gain
participation by June 30, 2012.
5. Invite media to cover the event by June 30, 2012.
NMNGCD
Strategy 3: Implement Taos County “Sticker Shock” Campaign by June 30, 2011
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
1. Recruit youth and community members to develop sticker messages focusing
on social access to alcohol or tobacco by March 31, 2012.
2. Send introductory letters to area retail establishments by April 30, 2012.
3. Schedule a sticker shock campaign around graduation and prom by May 31,
2012.
4. Implement campaign June 30, 2012.
Taos Alive
DFC Coordinator
Clean Air Works in Taos County
Taos Municipal Schools Tobacco
Prevention Program
DWI Council
Juvenile Justice Board
NMNGCD
Target Date
(By when?)
By June 30, 2012
1. Complete
2. Complete
3. Complete
4. Complete
DFC Goal 2: Reduce substance use.
Objective 3: Taos County residents, coalition members and government officials will report an increase in knowledge of
the abuse of prescription drugs by October 31, 2012.
Strategy 1: Providing Information to Taos County residents and coalition members on prescription drug abuse by April 30, 2012 .
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Provide Taos County community members with information on prescription
Taos Cares
1. Complete
drug abuse through PSA’s by April 30, 2012
Taos Alive
2. Complete
2. Create brochure or 1 page flyer on prescription drug abuse and distribute to DF Coordinator
3. Complete
schools and other local community agencies by April 30, 2012.
NMNGCD
4. Complete
3. Post flyer electronically on the Taos Alive website by March 31, 2012
4. Include information on prescription the monthly newsletter by April 30, 2012
5. Presentations to youth in Taos County on Rx Drug Initiative in Taos County
Schools.
6. Presentations to Senior Citizens in Taos County on Prescription Drug abuse
7. Presentations to young adult population through RMYC on Prescription Drug
Abuse
Strategy 3: Enhance capacity of the coalition members on prescription drug abuse by June 30, 2012.
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
1. Train Coalition members on prescription drug abuse by May 31, 2012.
2. Distribute educational material on prescription drug abuse through email to
coalition members by May 31, 2012
3. Develop partnerships with Holy Cross Hospital , local pharmacies and
providers by June 30, 2012.
4. Create a prescription drug abuse working group of Taos Alive.
5. Meet monthly with Prescription Drug Abuse Initiative Working Group.
DFC Coordinator
Taos Cares Coordinator
NMNGCD
Strategy 4: Implement prescription drug drop off day including media for the event by October 31, 2012.
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Complete
2. Continuous
3. Complete
4. Complete
Activity
1. Gain support of law enforcement to hold a prescription drop day by June 30,
2012.
2. Publicize drop day and the need for disposal of prescription drugs through
local media outlets, newsletter and website by October 31, 2012.
3. Hold prescription drop day in collaboration with local law enforcement, local
hospitals, clinics and pharmacists. By October 31, 2012
4. Invite local media to cover event by October 31, 2012.
5. Purchase 60 lock boxes to give out as incentives at Take Back Day
Responsible Group/Person
Taos Cares
Taos Alive
DFC Coordinator
NMNGCD
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Complete
2. Complete
3. Complete
4. Complete
5. Complete
Strategy 5: Implement a local program to dispose of Prescription medications on a daily basis by October 31, 2012.
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Gain support of law enforcement to host a permanent drop box by June 30,
Taos Cares
1. Complete
2012.
Taos Alive
2. Complete
2. Publicize drop box and disposal of prescription drugs through local media
DFC Coordinator
3. Complete
outlets, newsletter and website by October 31, 2012.
Local Law enforcement
4. Complete
3. Purchase drop box to be placed in local law enforcement by October 31,
NMNGCD
5. Complete
2012
Strategy 6: Implement system changes within the local health care community
Activity
Responsible Group/Person
1. Gain support of local hospital
2. Develop a subcommittee to work on creating opioid prescribing guidelines in
the ER.
3. Develop opioid prescribing guidelines in the ER.
4. Implement the opioid prescribing guidelines in the ER.
Taos Cares
Taos Alive
DFC Coordinator
Local Law enforcement
NMNGCD
Target Date
(By when?)
1. Complete
2. Complete
3. Complete
4. Complete
5. Complete
1/--страниц
Пожаловаться на содержимое документа