SHIP Presentation - Kandiyohi County

Comments

Transcription

SHIP Presentation - Kandiyohi County
Kandiyohi-Renville SHIP
LEAH SCHUELER & HANNAH ABRAHAM
1
SHIP Successfully Distributed
$99,628 to 53 Partners!
2
Schools
MACCRAY East
◦ Salad Bar Equipment
◦ Shared purchase with Countryside Public Health
Willmar ALC
◦ School Garden and Fruit Trees, Curriculum
◦ Active Classroom
◦ WALK! BIKE! FUN!
◦ Bike Fleet Purchase
B.O.L.D.
◦ Salad Bars
◦ Safe Routes To School
3
Schools - New London Spicer
◦ New Healthy Options at the Middle School Store
◦ Walk! Bike! Fun! Curriculum Training – MN Bike Alliance
◦ Training with 15 School staff from surrounding area schools
◦ School’s Wellness Team
◦ Safe Routes to School
◦ Fix-It Station at Middle School
◦ Fix-It Station at Trail Head
4
Trish Perry – Middle School Principal
5
Schools – Willmar Middle School
◦ Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthy - Learning Connection Pilot (only 4 schools in
the state awarded)
◦ Active Classroom Equipment: Active Seating
◦ Active Classroom Training for 80 staff
◦ Teachers very excited!
◦ Cross Fit System for Phy-Ed Department
◦ Gopher donated about $10,000 towards system
◦ Re-opening up Safe Routes to School plan
6
7
8
9
10
11
Walk to School Day –
Roosevelt Elementary School
http://www.wctrib.com/video/453
9703534001
http://www.wctrib.com/news/local
/3856356-hoofin-it-school
12
Creating a Healthy Community
Through Food
Willmar Food Hub
◦ Hub Thinkers Working Group
◦ Minnwest Greenhouse
◦ PLYP and Dream Academy students worked in greenhouse
Edible Landscaping
◦ Cross of Calvary
◦ Scared Heart
◦ Renville County Hospital and Clinic
◦ Herb Planters and Food Philosophy for Healthy Way Café
13
Creating a Healthy Community
Through Walking & Biking
◦ New London Mill Pond Sharrow
◦ Yellow Bike Project
◦ New Bike Lanes/Sharrows in Willmar
◦ Ella Ave to Robbins Island Trail
◦ Lakeland Ave (in-between train tracks and Civic
Center Drive)
◦ Bicycle Friendly Community Application –
February 2016
◦ Willmar Walks – Interactive Historical Walk
◦ Walkability & Bikeability around BOLD
Elementary - Bird Island
Willmar Bike Ride with MN Bike Alliance
14
15
Smoke-free Housing & Parks
Sterling Court Apartments – 30 residents
Sterling Manor – 60 residents
Cardinal Manor – 179 residents
Juni Properties – 20 residents
Bayberry Court (Olivia) – 25 residents
Olivia City Parks – 2,394 residents
16
Why go Smoke Free?
◦ Reduces Renters’ Exposure to Secondhand Smoke
◦ Reduces Cleaning Costs/Property Damage Costs
◦ Reduces Fire Risks (Smoking related fires are leading
cause of fire related deaths - Live Smoke Free)
◦ Market Advantages - Renters want smoke-free
housing!
◦ Happier Tenants 
17
Renville County Tobacco Ordinance
Ordinance Updates Include:
• Electronic cigarette language additions compatible with state law
• Sales prohibited by pharmacies
• Education requirements for all employees of tobacco licensee
• Minimum price per cigar at $2.10 in packages less than seven
• 1000 feet or more proximity of retailers from youth-oriented facilities
• Increased administrative penalties for failing compliance checks
• Prohibiting hookah, sampling, or smoking lounges
18
Worksite Wellness
12-month Collaborative:
◦
◦
◦
◦
◦
Ridgewater College
Heartland Community Action Agency
Community Addiction Recovery Enterprise
Minnesota Specialty Health System
Bethesda
19
Melissa Wentzel - Bethesda
“Bethesda Cares will work to provide opportunities for
employee’s to develop healthier lifestyles by supporting
habits and attitudes that contribute to a positive workplace.”
20
21
Is Our Community Healthy ?
MAKING IT HAPPEN IN MN
Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota creates
Pulling Together Minnesota Quiz: "Is your community healthy?"; Quiz
22
Why Prevention? Why SHIP?
Obesity rates have stabilized in Minnesota, while rates
in the U.S. and other neighboring states have
increased.
Minnesotans at a healthy weight in 2013 has increased by more
than 60,000 since 2010 and is more than 11 percent higher than
the U.S. as a whole.
23
Why Prevention? Why SHIP?
Youth smoking fell from 18.1 percent,
to just over 10 percent, the steepest
decline ever recorded by the
Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey.
Similarly, the adult smoking rate fell to
14.4 percent in 2014, down from 16.1
percent in 2010.
24
25

Similar documents