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Exhibiting the Michigan Profile for Solid Youth (MiPHY)

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  1. Presenting the Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) Michigan Department of Education

  2. We’ll Cover: Importance and features of local needs assessment Advocate for local needs assessment A resource for local needs assessment: MiPHY Comparison of MiPHY and Michigan YRBS

  3. Importance of Data: State Level • Michigan Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) • Drives decision making for health prevention and promo throughout the state • Directly supports Safe and Drug-Free Schools (SDFS) funding, teen health centers, family resource centers, Michigan Model for Health®, school resource officers • Provides evidence to federal level to sustain funding for state health prevention and promotion programs • Provides benchmarks for local level data • Demonstrates connection between health behaviors and academic achievement

  4. Importance of Data: Local Level Why? • Communities and schools across MI want/need local data to inform a variety of efforts: • Community-wide prevention efforts • Community collaboratives • Community anti-drug coalitions • Regional Substance Abuse Coordinating Agencies • Title V Delinquency Prevention • Local public health • Title IV Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act and Governor’s Discretionary Grant (GDG) programs • Coordinated School Health Programs • District/School improvement (e.g., MI Education Yes)

  5. Importance of Data: Local Level “Without data you’re just another schmuck with an opinion.” OR Alan Greenspan D. Chris Anderson, PhD

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

  7. Key Features of Local Needs Assessment • Describe the makeup and history of the community to provide a context within which to collect data on its current concerns. • Describe what matters to local people • Describe the needs identified by community stakeholders • Compile and describe the evidence suggesting that identified issues should be a priority • Describe the resources available in or to the community that help address this issue Source: Community Tool Box, University of Kansas. http://ctb.ku.edu/

  8. Getting Traction with Local Needs Assessment • Build recognition of and support for the need for some type of initiative and action • Involve critical sectors and key stakeholders of the community to ensure the process is relevant for identifying actual needs • Acknowledge and validate barriers or promoters to local-level change • Develop a plan to handle potentially negative needs assessment results • Plan for time, resources, and expertise

  9. Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth (MiPHY) Why? • Best Practice for prevention science and at MDE/MDCH • Closes Capacity Gap. Most communities do not have the time, resources and/or skills to collect, enter, manage, analyze, and report drug and violence data, especially trend data • Opens up much-needed resources for other steps of a strategic prevention framework at state, regional, and local level

  10. MiPHY Overview • Developed by MDE in collaboration with MDCH • Meets needs assessment and reporting requirements for SDFS and aligns with school health improvement initiatives • Reduces the burden of conducting multiple student surveys • Reliable and valid • Free of charge to districts and communities • Private • Parental notification required

  11. MiPHY Survey Features • LEA use and local-level decision making • Adapted from reliable, valid surveys (Communities that Care and Youth Risk Behavior Survey) • Offered every other year, starting in FY 2007/2008 (off year of the state YRBS) • Provided at no cost to districts • Online administration (secure site) • Grades 7, 9, and 11 (middle and high school students): census or sample populations

  12. MiPHY Survey Tool Risk Behaviors Risk Factors Protective Factors

  13. 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 • MiPHY • MiPHY • MiPHY • MiPHY • MiPHY • MiPHY

  14. 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 • MiPHY • YRBS • MiPHY • YRBS • MiPHY • YRBS • MiPHY • YRBS

  15. 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 • HSAT • MiPHY • YRBS • HSAT • MiPHY • YRBS • HSAT • MiPHY • YRBS • HSAT

  16. MiPHY Versions MiPHY- all risk behavior and risk and protective factor domains Violence Weight and nutrition Bullying Physical activity Alcohol Depression and suicide Tobacco Sexual activity Other drugs MiPHY Basic – the MiPHY survey excluding the suicide and sexual behavior questions

  17. MiPHY Report Availability • Building • District • ISD / RESA / ESA / RESD • County - schools and districts not identified

  18. Summary Tables Graphical Reports SID and SRSD Reports

  19. Michigan YRBS State-level “Odd” years Grades 9-12 Risk behaviors Trends Provide benchmarks MiPHY Local-level & aggregated to county Web-based “Even” years (starts 2007/2008) Grades 7, 9, 11 Risk behaviors, risk and protective factors Great Partners!

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