CHIP - 2019-21

A Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a “systematic effort to address issues identified by [an] assessment and community health improvement process.” Logan County’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is based on data gathered from Logan County communities through the community health assessment and extensive input from over 90 community leaders and residents. The Community Health Assessment (CHA) created a picture of the needs of Logan County, identified community and data strengths and challenges, and provided information for next steps to improve the quality of life and health in Logan County.

Mental Health
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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to improve mental health through prevention and by ensuring access to appropriate, quality mental health services.

Partners

Suicide Prevention Coalition

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What We Do
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Why Is This Important?
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2019
7
1
0%
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Q3 2020
1,230
3
289%
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Q3 2020
202
0
0%
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2019
56
1
155%
Substance Use
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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to reduce substance abuse to protect the health, safety, and quality of life for all, especially children.

Partners

Logan County CORE

What Works
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Action Plan
What We Do
Who We Serve
How We Impact
Why Is This Important?
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2020
5
1
-38%
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Q2 2020
569,300
1
-7%
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Q2 2020
148
1
5%
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Q2 2020
12
1
-8%
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Story Behind the Curve

As of 9/5/2018, there are 42 hours per week available for court-ordered drug testing.

Partners

CORE Legal Team, Logan County Family Court, Common Pleas Cr, Municipal Court

What Works
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What Works
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Story Behind the Curve

There is a need to increase the number of medical personnel trained in butrenorphine treatment in Logan County. There is only one doctor trained in Logan County.

Partners
What Works
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What We Do
Who We Serve
Obesity and Chronic Disease
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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to reduce obesity and chronic disease risk through the consumption of healthful diets and increased physical activity.

Partners

MRH, Farmers' Market, YMCA, Bellefontaine Parks & Recreation

What Works
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What We Do
Who We Serve
How We Impact
Why Is This Important?
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2019
49
1
63%
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2019
149
1
-19%
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2019
5,552
2
31%
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2019
1,313
1
29%
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What Works
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Story Behind the Curve

There is a deficit in people knowing how to cook basic food. Education and acessibility can improve knowledge and engagement, therefore, health outcomes.

Partners

Mary Rutan Hospital, Bellefontaine Parks and Recreation 

What Works
Strategy
  • By 12/31/2021, increase the proportion of adults who are exercising 5 times a week from 17.5% to 19%
  • By 12/31/2021, four local schools will allow use of school property for all residents of Logan County
Action Plan
  • Education
  • Attendance tracking
What We Do
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Partners

MRH, Full Circle Food Network, Logan County Food System Initiative

What Works
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Educate school age children about the growth and consumption of fruits and vegetables.

What We Do
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Story Behind the Curve

Businesses and organizations see the Health District as the expert on health intiatives, therefore communication through them should deem effective.

Partners

Healthy Habits, Healthy You Coalition

What Works
Strategy
Action Plan

Change Policies/Rules:

  • Use health communication branding to improve population health outcomes
  • Utilize the Health District for achieving effective communication
What We Do
Who We Serve
Safe & Healthy Families
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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to increase the number of doctors or other health care professionals giving information to parents/caregivers regarding children's learning, development, or behavior. There is currently a lack of understanding of basic child development.

Partners

Safe and Healthy Kids Coalition, Primary care providers, school staff and guidance counselors, parents and guardians, Healthy Living Coalition

What Works
Strategy

Provide Information

Action Plan
What We Do
Who We Serve
How We Impact
Why Is This Important?
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HY2 2020
344
2
27%
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HY2 2020
4,928
1
-3%
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2020
652
1
6%
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2019
389
3
-53%
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2019
1,128
1
-15%
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Safe and Healthy Kids Coalition

What Works
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Safe and Healthy Kids

What Works
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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to increase the percentage of kids who have taken advantage of well-check appointment incentives offered through managed care plans. 

Local Condition: There is a lack of knowledge of available well-check appointments covered by managed care plans.

Partners

Safe and Healthy Kids, local medical offices

What Works
Strategy

Change Consequences/Incentives

Action Plan
What We Do
Who We Serve
Housing and Homelessness
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Story Behind the Curve

Outcome Objective: By 12/31/2021, have established processes to address the top 6 needs reported to 211 in 2018 which were all housing related, including rent assistance, electric assistance, emergency shelter, housing issues, need to move, and homeless.

Partners

Housing Coalition COC

What Works
Strategy
Action Plan
  • Enhance skills
  • Build skills
What We Do
Who We Serve
How We Impact
Why Is This Important?
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13
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2019
53
0
0%
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Housing Coalition COC

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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to educate Logan County communities on effects of housing on the health, workforce, and well-being of the community.

Local Condition: The county lacks awareness of full continuum of housing resources available in the community.

Partners

Housing Coalition COC

What Works
Strategy
  • Enhance skills
Action Plan
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Who We Serve
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Story Behind the Curve

The goal is to collaborate across Logan County to develop housing strategies across the continuum of care and to maintain an inventory to identify quality housing units.

Local Condition: The unavailability of housing units across the continuum of care is complicated by housing issues often addressed in silos.

Partners

Housing Coalition COC

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Access and Resources
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Priority 6

 

The Strategic Health Issue

“How can Logan County improve access and knowledge of resources for health, social and supportive services?”  The Access & Resource coalition has chosen to focus on two specific areas, 211 and transportation.  The coalition would like to increase county resident’s knowledge of the 211 resource. This is a new resource therefore, residents are not fully aware of the resources and its purpose. Also, the coalition intends to continue developing processes to coordinate responses to 211 inquiries and reports. Transportation is a concern for many Logan County residents. The coalition will focus on increasing the number of residents who use the transportation options and to increase access to out of county medical transportation.

 

The Goal

 

Improve access and knowledge of health, social and supportive services resources.

Partners

Access & Resources Coalition

What Works
Strategy
Action Plan
What We Do
Who We Serve
How We Impact
Why Is This Important?
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2020
783
1
-20%
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Local Condition: There is no county wide program to coordinate resources.

Partners

Coalition, FCFC

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Coalition, Logan County Mobility Manager

What Works

Goal #1 – Increase Logan County’s resident’s knowledge of 211 resource

  • 211 had an 8% increase in referrals for 2019
  • Marketing plan was implemented in 2019

Goal #2 – Develop process to use 211 data to coordinated health, social, and supportive services

  • Scheduled No Wrong Door training in 2019 with  _______ agencies represented

Goal #3 – Logan County Residents are not aware of their current transportation options

  • Updated transportat
  • ion option magnet and distributed 1000
  • Developed mobility booklet to cover all forms of transportation
  • Updated transportation website – www.logancountyrides.com
  • Developed Facebook page with weekly transportation posts

Goal #4 – Increase access to out of county medical transportation

  • Applied for and received grant for a Volunteer Driver Program to cover 11 counties and to begin accepting rides in June of 2020
Strategy

Increase number of promotional items and places providing available transportation information.

Strategic Objective-

By 12/31/21, create one new social media promotional item and increase number of places where printed information is available by 10 places (include four at-risk places). 

Action Plan
What We Do
Who We Serve
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The goal is to increase access to out of county medical transportation.

Local Condition: There are not enough trained drivers for medical transport outside Logan County.

Partners

Moblity Manager, Transit Advisory Board, ARC

What Works
Strategy
  • Recruit Drivers: By 1/31/2021, recruit 10 drivers.
  • Train Drivers: By 12/31/2021, train all recruited drivers.
  • Develop Expense Reimbursement Plan: By 12/31/2021, 75% of all drivers' expenses are reimbursed
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What We Do
Who We Serve
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