Technical Assistance and Training Resources for Prevention Agenda 2013-2018 Community Assessment, Planning and Implementation

The following sources provide technical assistance and training resources that will be useful to New York State local health departments, hospitals and community-based organizations as they implement Community Health Improvement Plans and Community Service Plans to achieve Prevention Agenda 2013-2018 goals and objectives.

Healthcare Association of New York State (HANYS) Prevention Agenda Technical Support
HANYS, in partnership with the New York State Department of Health developed the Prevention Agenda Technical Support website to support local community health improvement, and foster multi-stakeholder coalitions. The HANYS website contains a collection of resources, information, and tools to help hospitals and county health departments further develop their Prevention Agenda goals and strategies.
New York Academy of Medicine's Advancing Prevention Project
The Advancing Prevention Project provides New York State local health departments with technical assistance, tools, and resources to collaboratively implement plans to advance the New York State Prevention Agenda. The Project provides support to local health departments in implementing Prevent Chronic Disease and Promote Mental Health/Prevent Substance Abuse priorities through targeted technical assistance, peer networking, and collaborative learning opportunities. The website features a calendar of Prevention Agenda-specific trainings, events, resources, and links for signing up for technical assistance.
University at Albany School of Public Health's Center for Public Health and Continuing Education (CPHCE)
The CPHCE site provides trainings, tools and resources for New York State local health departments, hospitals and community-based organizations who are working together to advance the Preventing Chronic Diseases Action Plan of the New York State Prevention Agenda through the implementation of their Community Health Improvement Plans and Community Service Plans.
Translating Data Into Action
The New York State Department of Health's Office of Public Health Practice convened an in-person meeting to bring together members of the Ad Hoc Committee to Lead the Prevention Agenda and representatives of local health departments, hospitals and other partner organizations across the state.
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