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 Implementing Critical Elements of the Health for All Model

The Health for All Model has interrelated five phases: a) Collaborative Planning and  Capacity Building (e.g., action planning), b) Targeted Action and Intervention (e.g., community mobilization), c) Community and System Changes (e.g., new/modified programs policies, and practices), d) Widespread Behavior Change (e.g., increases in physical activity, healthy nutrition, those receiving health screenings), and d) Improving  Community Health Outcomes (e.g., reduced rates of diabetes, eliminate disparities). Click here for more information on the Model.

 

Five elements are critical to implementing this Model.  They include:

1.   Establish an organizational structure with action committees.

This consists of establishing a functional organization structure, including action committees, which can help support the work. Supports for implementation include:

Toolkit: Improving Organizational Management and Development

Developing Multisector Task Forces or Action Committees for the Initiative

 

 2.   Action plan of community-determined strategies.

This consists of implementing new or modified community-determined programs, policies, and practices that are directed at improving risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes among Latinos in the Coalition’s target area. Supports for implementation include:

Toolkit: Developing Strategic and Action Plans

An Overview of Strategic Planning or “VMOSA” (Vision, Mission, Objectives, Strategies, and Action Plans)

Developing Successful Strategies: Planning to Win

Example Latino Health for All Coalition Priority Community and System Changes to be Sought

Example Latino Health for All Coalition Action Plan

 

3.   Community mobilizer to stimulate involvement and action

This consists of hiring and supporting a community mobilizer who can help stimulate community involvement and action towards realizing the action plan. Supports for implementation include:

Overview and Evidence Base – Arranging for Community Mobilizers

Core Tasks and Tools – Arranging for Community Mobilizers

Example Latino Health for All Coalition Community Mobilizing Action Worksheet

 

4.   Distribution of grant resources through the use of mini-grant funding allocations

This consists of allocating resources for community partners who are working to implement the action plan and/ or who are working to address other community-determined goals. Supports for implementation include:

Establishing Micro-grant Programs

Toolkit: Writing a Grant Application for Funding

 

5.   Documentation and feedback on community/ system change and other evidence of progress

This consists of using an online system for capturing community/ system change and using documented information to inform process, engage in sensemaking, and to provide accountability to stakeholders. Supports for implementation include:

Our Evaluation Model: Evaluating Comprehensive Community Initiatives

Toolkit: Evaluating the Initiative