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1 John R. Kasich, Governor Tracy J. Plouck, Director Ohio s PFS Initiative Background Focus of PFS SPF Integration PFS Team Moving Forward Discussion Q & A 1

2 Ohio s PFS seeks to increase the access of high need rural areas to evidence based prevention services by building workforce capacity and prevention system infrastructure. Ohio s PFS Initiative Increase access to prevention services by enhancing prevention infrastructure Prevent or reduce consequences of underage drinking for persons aged 12 to 20 Reduce prescription drug misuse and abuse among persons aged

3 Counties shaded green are rural. Counties shaded blue are Appalachian. According to the Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area classifications. Why Rural & Appalachian Ohio? Several years of need, resource and readiness assessment work conducted at the state and local levels. Behavioral health organizations located in non urban areas in Ohio were less likely to implement adaptive strategies to cope with the loss of resources resulting from the recession. 3

4 Why Rural & Appalachian Ohio? Loss of behavioral health infrastructure and services in rural and Appalachian counties Study recommends Ohio policy makers consider targeting resources to these areas of the state where Ohio s PFS project will focus on these communities The SPF Again??? Supports Accountability, Capacity, and Effectiveness 4

5 Principles of SPF Public health approach Strategic planning process Data used throughout the process to inform decisions Prevention is a continuum Successful prevention decreases risk factors and increases protective factors Principles of SPF Prevention requires adoption of known effective prevention practices within a framework that works Data used throughout the process to inform decisions Outcomes based prevention Effective prevention is grounded in a solid understanding of alcohol tobacco and other drug consumption and consequence patterns Population level changes in consumption and consequences 5

6 Statewide Team OhioMHAS Dawn Thomas Project Director Lara Belliston SEOW Coordinator Ohio s SPF Evaluation Team (OSET) Dr. Holly Raffle Lead Evaluator Ohio University, PIRE, University of Cincinnati EBP Hub Prevention FIRST! Mary Haag Coaches Collaborative Core Drug Free Action Alliance Derek Longmeier Sandusky Prevention Partnership Coalition Stacey Gibson Additional Mentors/Coaches 6

7 With opportunity comes responsibility Community Outcomes Measures (COMs) 3 underage drinking measures 3 Rx drug measures Baseline data collected by September 30,

8 Consumption 30 day use & 30 day binge Intervening Variables Perception of: parental &/or peer disapproval Perceived risk/harm of use Family communication around drug use Consequence School suspensions &/or expulsions (SA) Alcohol related traffic crashes &/or injuries Alcohol related arrests Alcohol related ER visits Consumption 30 day use or past year use Intervening Variables Perception of: parental &/or peer disapproval Perceived risk/harm of use Family communication around drug use Consequence School suspensions &/or expulsions (SA) Rx Drug related traffic crashes &/or injuries Rx Drug related arrests Rx Drug related ER visits 8

9 Consumption 30 day use (Q41) & 30 day binge (Q43) Intervening Variables Perception of: parental (Q64) &/or peer disapproval (Q68) Perceived risk/harm of use (Q60) Family communication around drug use (Q59) Consequence School suspensions &/or expulsions (SA) Alcohol related traffic crashes &/or injuries Alcohol related arrests Alcohol related ER visits 9

10 Consumption 30 day use (Q52) or past year use (not on OHYES!, lifetime use) Intervening Variables Perception of: parental (Q67) &/or peer disapproval (Q71) Perceived risk/harm of use (Q63) Family communication around drug use (Q59) Consequence School suspensions &/or expulsions (SA) Alcohol related traffic crashes &/or injuries Alcohol related arrests Alcohol related ER visits Ohio Healthy Youth Environments Survey All Ohio youth in grades 7 12 District superintendents/principals elect Passive Consent 111 Items (101 without sensitive questions) Completion time: 15 minutes Web based app Every 4 years (must be done annually in PFS communities) 10

11 Superintendent buy in to OHYES! survey How will this help my district? Data for mental health team Provide concrete details on how data is available Real time data that can inform current year work/services We do not currently have data, but the biggest issues we responded to this year was suicide and cutting Trend data i.e. In Licking County we know that our biggest area of need/problem is drug addiction 11

12 How will this help students? Underscore the family need that exists around students in their district We MUST support families by making sure they re informed proactively, and when a student issue arises Meeting mental health needs will affect student achievement/growth This information will lead to providing better responses and interventions to mental health concerns Alleviate major behavioral issues in the classrooms As educators, we identify behaviors The survey allows us to do this However, the key is to identify the antecedents to those behaviors Student in nurse office Missing instruction Key: Why, what precedes this happening Once we know this, then we can put supports in place, and make wise use of our FUNDS Addressing the root cause Increasing student engagement 12

13 Emergency Operations Plan Ohio Districts are required to write a new Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) The new EOP focuses a great deal on specific school emergencies. Superintendents and principals can use this data to inform the EOP, and this level of specificity is an expectation What does the superintendent need to do? Respond to OHYES! that came from Director Tracy Plouck Communicate with district administrators (principals) in the buildings where the survey will be administered Complete the registration page, selecting grade levels to be surveyed. Total of a 10 minute commitment 13

14 Dawn M. Thomas, M.Ed., OCPS II Project Director/Prevention Systems Director

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