MAPP Model

Click here to load reader

  • date post

    22-Feb-2016
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    43
  • download

    1

Embed Size (px)

description

Virginia’s Planning District 10 ( Thomas Jefferson Health District) Community Health Assessment 2012. MAPP Model. Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; National Association of County and City Health Officials. MAPP 2 Health 2011-12. Locality CHA Councils - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Transcript of MAPP Model

Community Health Status Assessment: Albemarle County and Charlottesville

Virginias Planning District 10 (Thomas Jefferson Health District) Community Health Assessment

2012Please note: this resource is meant to serve as a central hub for data and information on factors related to health in our community the following data are gathered from a variety of existing sources, for more information on a specific data source, please see the source documentation at the bottom of each slide.1Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; National Association of County and City Health OfficialsMAPP Model

2Locality CHA CouncilsReview, discuss and determine need for additional quantitative and qualitative dataPrioritize health issuesCharlottesville-AlbemarleFluvannaGreeneLouisaNelsonTJHD MAPP 2 Health Leadership CouncilDecide health questions for TJHD phone survey Complete Community Health Improvement Plan for TJHD 1-2 reps per CHA locality council District-wide agencies serving TJHD Local government SchoolsColleges Community agenciesHealthcare organizationsNon-profitsSource: Thomas Jefferson Health DistrictMAPP 2 Health 2011-123M2H Organizational Partners2012Source: TJHDAlbemarle CountyCreciendo Juntos/United WayGreene County SheriffMartha Jefferson Hospital (MJH)Smart BeginningsAlbemarle County SchoolsDowntown Family Health CareGreene County Transit and Early EducationMJH - Medical GroupStanardsville United Methodist ChurchASG & CMHWCEmmanuel Christian CenterJABANCAE of ACEState VICAP CounselorBlue Ridge Medical Center (BRMC)Family & Consumer Sciences VA Cooperative Extension ServiceJABA-Nelson CenterNelson County Department of Social ServicesThomas Jefferson Health DistrictBRMC/Rural Health Outreach Program (RHOP)Fluvanna County AdministratorJAUNTNelson County Health DepartmentUnited WayCharlottesville City SchoolsFluvanna County Health Department.Jefferson Area CHIPNelson County SchoolsUniversity of Virginia (UVA)Charlottesville Free ClinicFluvanna County Public Schools Adult Education Library Literary Board of Nelson CountyOK CollaborativeUVA Curry School of EducationCharlottesville Department of Social ServicesFluvanna County SchoolsLouisa County Board of SupervisorsPiedmont Housing AllianceUVA Department of Public Health SciencesChildren, Youth and Family ServicesFluvanna Department of Social ServicesLouisa County CSAPiedmont Virginia Community CollegeUVA Emergency DepartmentCity of CharlottesvilleGreene Care ClinicLouisa County Department of Human ServicesRegion TenUVA School of NursingCommission on Children and FamiliesGreene County AdministratorLouisa County Department. of Social ServicesRegional Literacy CouncilVirginia Cooperative ExtensionCommunity Action on ObesityGreene County Board of SupervisorsLouisa County Fire & EMSRide ShareVirginia Department of HealthCommunity Dental CenterGreene County Department of Social ServicesLouisa Health and WellnessSARACommunity Mental Health and Wellness CoalitionGreene County Health DepartmentMACAASkyline CAP, Inc.4

Community Health Assessment Data5

DemographicsSocioeconomicsHealth Resource AvailabilitySection One: Who are we and what do we bring to the table?6

Demographics7Population Growth TJHD by Locality, 1990-2010Source: Weldon Cooper Center

8Percent Change in PopulationTJHD by Locality, TJHD, and Virginia1990-2010Source: Weldon Cooper Center and the Thomas Jefferson District Planning Commission199020002010% Change 1990-2000 %Change 2000-2010 Albemarle68,17284,18698,97023%18%Charlottesville 40,47540,09943,475-1%8%Fluvanna12,42920,04725,69161%28%Greene10,29715,24418,40348%21%Louisa20,23525,62733,153 26%29%Nelson12,77814,44515,02013%4%TJHD 164,476199,648234,71221%18%Virginia 6,189,3177,079,0308,001,02414%13%9 Age and Sex Distribution TJHD, 2010Source: U.S. Census Bureau10Age Distribution TJHD, 2000,2010Source: U.S. Census Bureau11Racial Composition TJHD, 2010Source: U.S. Census Bureau Other includes: American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and some other race12Percent of Population by RaceTJHD by Locality, 1980-2010Percent of Population1980199020002010Albemarle CountyBlack11%10%10%10%White87%86%85%81%City of CharlottesvilleBlack18%21%22%19%White81%76%70%69%Fluvanna CountyBlack29%23%18%15%White70%77%79%81%Greene CountyBlack8%6%6%6%White92%93%91%88%Louisa CountyBlack33%26%22%18%White67%74%77%78%Nelson CountyBlack24%19%15%13%White76%80%83%83%Source: U.S. Census BureauPercent Change in Hispanic PopulationTJHD by Locality and Virginia, 2000,2010Source: U.S. Census Bureau14Limited English Proficient Student Enrollment TJHD and Virginia, 2002-2012Source: Virginia Department of EducationAccording to the federal definition as described in Public Law 107-110, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, an LEP student in the Commonwealth of Virginia is classified as a student who is aged 3 through 21;who is enrolled or preparing to enroll in an elementary school or secondary school; i) who was not born in the United States or whose native language is a language other than English; and who comes from an environment where a language other than English is dominant; ORI) who is a Native American or Alaska Native, or a native resident of outlying areas; and who comes from an environment where a language other than English has had a significant impact on the individuals level of English language proficiency; OR who is migratory, whose native language is a language other than English, and who comes from an environment where a language other than English is dominant; ANDwhose difficulties speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language may be sufficient to deny the individualthe ability to meet the States proficient level of achievement on the State assessments described in section 1111(b)(3) of the No Child Left Behind Act; the ability to achieve successfully in the classrooms where the language of instruction is English; or the opportunity to participate fully in society. [Title IX, Part A, Sec. 901, (25)]15Limited English Proficient Student Enrollment TJHD by Locality, 2002-2012Source: Virginia Department of Education*Note: For locality graphs such as this one, only the localities that start or end as the lowest and highest points are labeledAccording to the federal definition as described in Public Law 107-110, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, an LEP student in the Commonwealth of Virginia is classified as a student who is aged 3 through 21;who is enrolled or preparing to enroll in an elementary school or secondary school; i) who was not born in the United States or whose native language is a language other than English; and who comes from an environment where a language other than English is dominant; ORI) who is a Native American or Alaska Native, or a native resident of outlying areas; and who comes from an environment where a language other than English has had a significant impact on the individuals level of English language proficiency; OR who is migratory, whose native language is a language other than English, and who comes from an environment where a language other than English is dominant; ANDwhose difficulties speaking, reading, writing, or understanding the English language may be sufficient to deny the individualthe ability to meet the States proficient level of achievement on the State assessments described in section 1111(b)(3) of the No Child Left Behind Act; the ability to achieve successfully in the classrooms where the language of instruction is English; or the opportunity to participate fully in society. [Title IX, Part A, Sec. 901, (25)]16SSI and Disabled OASDI BeneficiariesTJHD by Locality and Virginia, 2011Source: U.S. Social Security Administration; U.S. Census BureauTotal Number of BeneficiariesTotal PopulationPercent of the PopulationAlbemarle2,42898,9702.45%Charlottesville1,80643,4754.15%Fluvanna89925,6913.50%Greene72518,4033.94%Louisa1,85033,1535.58%Nelson89115,0205.93%Virginia355,2998,001,0244.44%Residents who received SSI (Supplemental Security Income) benefits, excluding those who also received OASDI (Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance) benefits to avoid duplication, PLUS persons classified as Disabled who received OASDI benefits.17

Greene County 1.3% Albemarle County0.9%Charlottesville2.0%Fluvanna County1.0%Nelson County2.4%Louisa County1.9%Source: Weldon Cooper Center: County Health Rankings; U.S. Social Security AdministrationPercent of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Recipients, TJHD by Locality, 2010

*Measured as December 2010 recipients of SSI benefits divided by the total populationPercent of Students Receiving Special EducationTJHD by Locality, 2006-2010Source: Virginia Department of Education; U.S. Census Bureau, Small Area Health Insurance Estimates19On-time* Graduation Rate: All StudentsTJHD by Locality and Virginia, 2008-2011Source: Virginia Department of Education*The percentage of students in a cohort who earn a diploma within 4 years of entering high school**Cohort: Students who entered the ninth grade for the first time together and were scheduled to graduate 4 years later20On-time* Graduation Rate: Economically Disadvantaged StudentsTJHD by Locality and Virginia, 2008-2011Source: Virginia Department of Education*The percentage of students in a cohort who earn a diploma within 4 years of entering high school**Cohort: Students who entered the ninth grade for the first time together and were scheduled to graduate 4 years laterA student is economically disadvantaged if the student:is eligible for Free/Reduced Meals,receives TANF, oris eligible for Medicaid.Please note: If the student is identified as experiencing homelessness or becomes identified as migrant, at any point during the school year, the student is automatically identified as Disadvantaged and is also eligible for the Free and Reduced Meals Program21Educational AttainmentCharlottesville Metro Area, and Virginia, 2011