Exhibiting the Michigan Profile for Solid Youth (MiPHY).


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Specifically bolsters Safe and Drug-Free Schools (SDFS) subsidizing, teenager wellbeing focuses, family asset focuses, Michigan Model for Health , school asset officers ...
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Showing the Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) Michigan Department of Education

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We\'ll Cover: Importance and elements of neighborhood needs evaluation Advocate for nearby needs appraisal An asset for neighborhood needs appraisal: MiPHY Comparison of MiPHY and Michigan YRBS

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Importance of Data: State Level Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) Drives basic leadership for wellbeing counteractive action and promo all through the state Directly underpins Safe and Drug-Free Schools (SDFS) financing, high schooler wellbeing focuses, family asset focuses, Michigan Model for Health ® , school asset officers Provides confirmation to government level to support subsidizing for state wellbeing anticipation and advancement programs Provides benchmarks for neighborhood level information Demonstrates association between wellbeing practices and scholarly accomplishment

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Importance of Data: Local Level Why? Groups and schools crosswise over MI need/need neighborhood information to advise an assortment of endeavors: far reaching avoidance endeavors Community collaboratives Community hostile to medication coalitions Regional Substance Abuse Coordinating Agencies Title V Delinquency Prevention Local general wellbeing Title IV Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and Governor\'s Discretionary Grant (GDG) programs Coordinated School Health Programs District/School change (e.g., MI Education Yes)

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Importance of Data: Local Level "Without information you\'re simply one more schmuck with an assessment." OR Alan Greenspan D. Chris Anderson, PhD

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Local Needs Assessment: The First Step in Prevention SAMHSA Strategic Prevention Framework

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Key Features of Local Needs Assessment Describe the cosmetics and history of the group to give a setting inside which to gather information on its present concerns. Depict what makes a difference to nearby individuals Describe the requirements distinguished by group partners Compile and portray the proof recommending that recognized issues ought to be a need Describe the assets accessible in or to the group that address this issue Source: Community Tool Box, University of Kansas. http://ctb.ku.edu/

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Getting Traction with Local Needs Assessment Build acknowledgment of and backing for the requirement for some kind of activity and activity Involve basic parts and key partners of the group to guarantee the procedure is applicable for recognizing genuine necessities Acknowledge and accept obstructions or promoters to nearby level change Develop an arrangement to handle conceivably negative needs evaluation comes about Plan for time, assets, and skill

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Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) Why? Best Practice for counteractive action science and at MDE/MDCH Closes Capacity Gap . Most people group don\'t have room schedule-wise, assets and/or aptitudes to gather, enter, oversee, break down, and report medication and brutality information, particularly incline information Opens up truly necessary assets for different strides of a vital counteractive action system at state, provincial, and neighborhood level

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MiPHY Overview Developed by MDE as a team with MDCH Meets needs appraisal and reporting prerequisites for SDFS and adjusts to class wellbeing change activities Reduces the weight of directing numerous understudy studies Reliable and legitimate Free of charge to regions and groups Private Parental warning required

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MiPHY Survey Features LEA use and nearby level basic leadership Adapted from solid, substantial studies (Communities that Care and Youth Risk Behavior Survey) Offered each other year, beginning in FY 2007/2008 (off year of the state YRBS) Provided at no expense to areas Online organization (secure website) Grades 7, 9, and 11 (center and secondary school understudies): statistics or test populaces

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MiPHY Survey Tool Risk Behaviors Risk Factors Protective Factors

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Health Education Family/Community Involvement Physical Education Health Promotion for Staff Health Services Healthy School Environment Nutrition Services Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Supporting Coordinated School Health MiPHY

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Health Education Family/Community Involvement Physical Education Health Promotion for Staff Health Services Healthy School Environment Nutrition Services Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Supporting Coordinated School Health MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS MiPHY YRBS

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Health Education Family/Community Involvement Physical Education Health Promotion for Staff Health Services Healthy School Environment Nutrition Services Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Supporting Coordinated School Health MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT MiPHY YRBS HSAT

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MiPHY Versions MiPHY-all danger conduct and hazard and defensive component spaces Violence Weight and nourishment Bullying Physical action Alcohol Depression and suicide Tobacco Sexual movement Other medications MiPHY Basic – the MiPHY study barring the suicide and sexual conduct questions

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MiPHY Report Availability Building District ISD/RESA/ESA/RESD County - schools and regions not distinguished

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Summary Tables Graphical Reports SID and SRSD Reports

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Michigan YRBS State-level "Odd" years Grades 9-12 Risk practices Trends Provide benchmarks MiPHY Local-level & totaled to region Web-based "Even" years (begins 2007/2008) Grades 7, 9, 11 Risk practices, hazard and defensive variables Great Partners!

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For the MiPHY: Bob Higgins Project Director higginsr@michigan.gov (517) 373-1024 Byron Doty Project Coordinator dotyb@michigan.gov (517) 241-2293 Nicole Kramer Project Specialist kramern@michigan.gov (517) 373-4354 www.michigan.gov/miphy For the Michigan YRBS: Kim Kovalchick Michigan YRBS Coordinator kovalchickk@michigan.gov (517) 241-4292 www.michigan.gov/yrbs Michigan Department of Education Contacts

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