Together We Can! Healthy Living in Butte County Community Health Improvement Plan

Substance Abuse
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Partners

Butte County Behavioral Health Department (BCBHD), Butte County Child Abuse Prevention Council, Butte County Office of Education (BCOE), Butte County Public Health Department (BCPHD), California Department of Public Health, California Health Collaborative, California State University, Chico, Enloe Medical Center, The Growing Place

What Works

Life Skills Training (LST) school based substance use, misuse, and dependence prevention program. Available at: http://www.nrepp.samhsa.gov/ViewIntervention.aspx?id=109

Strategy

Activity

Target Date

Resources Required

Lead Person/ Organization

Anticipated Product or Result

School based substance use, misuse, and dependence prevention programs,

6th – 12th grade public schools.

9/1/15-6/1/18

Staff time

Danelle Campbell, BCBHD

Bruce Baldwin, BCOE

Implementation of a school based Life Skills Training (LST) program.

Positive gains towards objectives 1, 2, and 3 listed below.

Build and/or strengthen community partnerships.

9/1/15

Staff time, existing partners

Raul Raygoza, BCPHD

Discovery and alignment of existing resources and programs currently addressing prevention and intervention of substance misuse, abuse, and dependence among primary and secondary school age youth in Butte County, as measured by the number of documented programs currently operating in the county.

This may also include mentoring programs, such as the Impact Mentoring Prevention program being developed/offered by Butte Youth Now

In addition, this may integrate information about programs in Butte County currently in operation or being planned by agencies such as First 5 with Strengthening Families and the 5 Protective Factors.

Socioeconomic Factors that Influence Health
Chronic Disease
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Trend
Baseline
% Change
Partners

American Lung Association, Butte County League of Women Voters, Butte County Office of Education (BCOE), Butte County Public Health Department (BCPHD), California Department of Public Health, California Health Collaborative Dr. Bradley Smith, M.D.

Strategy

Adult Smoking Prevalence:

Activity

Target Date

Resources Required

Lead Person/ Organization

Anticipated Product or Result

Adoption of smoke free policies.

8/31/15

TBD

Bruce Baldwin, BCOE

At least 5 facilities will adopt a voluntary policy to go “Smoke Free,” as evidenced by written policies and procedures of each facility parent organization.

Implementation of health care provider reminder systems.

8/31/15

Online resources, materials, pamphlets, local resources

Dr. Bradley Smith, M.D.

Increased number of patients documented as being treated for smoking cessation as measured by ICD 9 Codes, and 10 partnering facilities. Ask Advise Refer and SBIRT protocols / standard operating procedures developed.

Mass Media Campaigns: Includes “Gold Star Cards”.

9/1/15

BCPHD Electronic Media (website, Facebook pg., etc.…)

Raul Raygoza, Sandy Henley,

Written tobacco outreach media plan.

Group Counseling for Smoking Cessation.

TBD

Staff Time

DeAnne Blankenship, California Health Collaborative


Youth Smoking Prevalence:

Activity

Target Date

Resources Required

Lead Person/ Organization

Anticipated Product or Result

Implementation of health care provider reminder systems

8/1/15 – 6/1/18

Online resources, materials, pamphlets, local resources

Dr. Bradley Smith, M.D.

Increased number of patients documented as being treated for smoking cessation as measured by ICD 9 Codes, and 10 partnering facilities. Ask Advise Refer and SBIRT protocols / standard operating procedures developed.

School based state approved evidence based tobacco prevention education program, 6th – 9th grade public schools.

9/1/15 -6/1/18

TBD

Bruce Baldwin, BCOE

At least 50% of 6th to 9th graders in Butte County Schools will receive tobacco prevention program training/education as evidenced by process notes / teacher reports.

School based state approved evidence based tobacco intervention and cessation program, 10th – 12th grade public schools.

9/1/15 -6/1/18

TBD

Bruce Baldwin, BCOE

At least 75% of 10th to 12th graders implicated as current smokers in Butte County Schools will receive tobacco cessation and intervention treatments as evidenced by school guidance counselor / school nurse reports.

Tobacco Youth Development Activities – “Kids Leading Everyone Against Nicotine” (KLEAN) Program.

9/1/15 – 6/1/18

TBD

DeAnne Blankenship, CA Health Collaborative

Support and training for “KLEAN” youth advocates.





What Works

Health Care Provider Reminder Systems: Tobacco Cessation: Includes adoption of ask, advise, referral; and screening, brief intervention referral to treatment (SBIRT) protocols. Available at: http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/policies/healt...

Smoke Free Policies. Available at: http://www.thecommunityguide.org/tobacco/smokefree...; http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/policies/smoke...

Mass Media Campaigns: Includes ‘Gold Star Cards’. Available at: http://www.countyhealthrankings.org/policies/mass-...

Group Counseling for Smoking Cessation. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK63943/table/A...; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK63943/#A28374

School based state approved evidence based tobacco intervention and cessation program, 10th – 12th grade public schools. Available at: http://www.drugabuse.gov/sites/default/files/preve...

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