spacer
Prevention Agenda

The Prevention Agenda 2013-17 is the blueprint for state and local action to improve the health of New Yorkers in five priority areas and to reduce health disparities for racial, ethnic, disability, socioeconomic and other groups who experience them.  Please visit the NYSDOH website for more information. 

http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/prevention_agenda/2013-2017

Sub-County Health Data Report for County Health Rankings-Related Measures 2016


Handouts from the Ad Hoc Committee to Lead the Prevention Agenda Meeting - Posted 10/1/2015

Prevention Agenda Update for Ad Hoc Committee September 2015

Health Disparities Update - September 24 2015

Prevention Agenda and DSRIP

Prevention Agenda Action Plan Re - Fresh Chart


Click on the links below for additional resources.

CHA-CHIP Template 2016

County Wide Planning 2016 Guidance

Advancing Prevention Project
The Advancing Prevention Project (APP) provides New York State local health departments with trainings, tools, and resources to collaboratively implement plans to advance the New York State Prevention Agenda. The New York Academy of Medicine's (NYAM) Advancing Prevention Project will provide local health departments with targeted technical assistance on the Prevent Chronic Disease and Promote Mental Health and Prevent Substance Abuse priorities, peer networking and collaborative learning opportunities, and a calendar of Prevention Agenda-specific trainings, events, and resources.

CHA-CHIP County Surveys

HANYS 2013 Prevention Agenda Technical Support
HANYS, in partnership with the New York State Department of Health and other regional collaboratives, has developed this resource center to support local community health improvement, and foster multi-stakeholder coalitions. This collection contains references, information, and tools from regional collaboratives to be shared among stakeholders.

NYC Take Care New York
Take Care New York (TCNY) is the City’s strategic health agenda to help all New Yorkers live healthier and longer lives. First launched in 2004, Take Care New York was established as a four year initiative, setting ambitious public health goals for 2008. Having made significant strides on its initial goals, the Health Department refined its priorities and set even bolder targets for Take Care New York 2012. Take Care New York tackles the leading causes of preventable illness and premature death in New York City. We focus on ten priority areas in order to: Improve the health status of all New Yorkers, Advance health promoting policies and activities, Create, sustain and strengthen community collaborations
.

Priority Areas of County Health Departments Posted 10/30/2013
The following information was obtained through the New York State Department of Health. It was provided to them by the Prevention Agenda Technical Support Awardees from each region of the State.


November 12, 2014 - Promoting Mental Health & Preventing Substance Abuse: Taking Action on the Prevention Agenda 2013-17


April 30, 2014 Falls Advisory Group Meeting Handouts - Posted 5/2/2014

Advisory Group Contact List

Evaluation-Form-Falls-Advisory-Group-2014

FALLS IT

Handout-Exploring Your Dimensions of Diversity

 


 

 

 
New York State Association of County Health Officials · One United Way · Pine West Plaza · Albany, NY 12205
Telephone: 518-456-7905 · Fax: 518-452-5435 · Webmaster - Web services provided by internet4associations
NYSACHO is incorporated as a not-for-profit, non-partisan charitable organization with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.