Partnerships to Provide Community Health and Wellness Education

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A Powerful and Unique Partnership Providing Community Health Education & Services Presented by

North Arkansas Partnership for Health Education

A Partnership is Born

• Partners • Mission • Programs & Services • Organization

Sustaining Partners

Affiliate Partners

Mission

To provide quality, dependable, convenient, and affordable healthcare education services and programs to the healthcare providers, healthcare professionals, and citizens of northwest Arkansas.

Programs and Services Programs

• • • • Health Career Preparation & Promotion Health Career Training Senior Health Education Professional Continuing Education

Health & Wellness Support, Promotion and Services

• Community Health Resource Center • Prevention Resource Center • • Healthy Kids & Healthy Ozarks Teen Parenting • AmeriCorps VISTA

Health Career Preparation &

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Promotion

Health and Science Camps Med Pro-Ed Health Career Fairs

Health Career Preparation & Promotion

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2012-2013 Results:

17 Health and Science Camp students 101 Medical Professions Education participants 213 Health Career Fair attendees from area high schools

Health Career Training Programs

• • • Certified Nursing Assistant Training CPR Certification EMT Training / Paramedic Refresher / EMT Instructor Classes

Health Career Training Programs

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2012-2013 Graduates:

302—CNA 173—CPR 97—EMT/Paramedic

Senior Health Education

• • • • Caregiver and Aging Conference Adult Day Center / Art Classes Exercise Classes Elder Abuse / Elder Law Classes

Senior Health Education

2012-2013 Results:

2,550 seniors were involved in exercise and healthy lifestyle programs •

September 2012:

364 participants attended the First Annual Caregiver and Aging Conference •

October 2013:

250+ are registered to attend this year’s conference

Professional Continuing Education

Nurse Educator Institute • • Radiologic Technologist Conference Wound Care Institute • • Mental Health Education School Nurse Conference

Professional Continuing Education 2012-2013 Results:

1,122 Local and regional participants 1,872 National / International participants

Community Health Resource Center

• • • • Support Groups Susan G. Komen Cancer Screening Prescription Drug Assistance Healthy Lifestyle Programs

Community Health Resource Center

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2012-2013 Results:

272 participants Diabetes & Parkinson’s Support Groups 2,800+ Susan G. Komen Educational Events & Screenings $1 million in annual Prescription Assistance savings -Approximately $5

million saved since 2003

3518 participants in Healthy Lifestyles Programs

Prevention Resource Center

• • • Substance Abuse Workshops Suicide Prevention Workshops Bullying Education

Prevention Resource Center

2012-2013 Results:

4,000 youth and 6,500 adults educated in substance abuse & prevention

Healthy Kids & Healthy Ozarks

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Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice!

Farmer’s Markets Hiking and Biking Trials Community Gardens Youth Hiking Clubs Walking School Bus

Healthy Kids & Healthy Ozarks

2012-2013 Results:

2,984 community members served

Circle of Life – Teen Parenting

• Home visits • GED & Post Secondary Enrollment Services • Incentive Closet • Parenting Education/Baby Development

Circle of Life – Teen Parenting 2012-2013 Results:

37 Total clients 37 mothers under 25 12 prenatal

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AmeriCorps VISTA Program

Low Income Household Surveys Community Sidewalk Survey Susan G. Komen Fundraising Neighborhood Clean-ups Moore, OK Tornado Relief

AmeriCorps VISTA Program

2012-2013 Results:

Over 100,000 hours annually which equals more than 48 years from community members and VISTA volunteers

Partner Staffing Contributions

• NAPHE: 10 positions College & Hospital: 3 positions • Grants: 7 positions • UAMS: 1 position Corporation for National & Community Service: 17 VISTAs

Total employees: 28

FY 2013 Revenue Sources

Source Amount

North Arkansas College Hospital (North Arkansas Regional Medical Center) NAPHE Programs (conferences, workshops, courses) UAMS (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences) North Arkansas Technical Center Circle of Life (grant) Susan G. Komen (grant) Healthy Kids/Healthy Ozarks (grant) Prevention Resource Center (grant) AmeriCorps VISTA (grant) Arkansas Department of Health Tobacco Prevention (grant)

TOTAL

$70,000 $70,000 $318,251 $29,524 $30,000 $137,784 $89,000 $97,155 $100,365 $529,136 $69,675

$1,510,920

EVERYONE WINS:

Families, Community, Partners and Region

• • • • Increase Capacity to reach common goals Pool Resources Enhance Image and Public Support Broaden Perspective

NAPHE Success Stories

Questions?

For More Information or to access this presentation: http://www.northark.edu/naphe

THANK YOU

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