Wyoming SPF-PFS Annual Report: Strategic Prevention Framework – Partnerships for Success Fiscal Year 2022
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Other TitlesWyoming SPF-PFS Annual Report
AbstractThis report summarizes the state-level accomplishments of the Wyoming Department of Health - Public Health Division (WDH-PHD) through Wyoming’s Strategic Prevention Framework- Partnerships for Success (SPF-PFS) grant for the grant year of 2021-2022, which spanned from August 31, 2021 through August 30, 2022. This is the second year of the five-year SPF-PFS grant awarded for 2020-2025, which is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and supports and advances community-driven efforts in substance use prevention. The substances specifically targeted by Wyoming’s SPF-PFS grant are underage alcohol use and youth and young adult marijuana use. WDH-PHD has distributed SPF- PFS funding to 22 Wyoming counties (subrecipients) through WDH-PHD’s CPG system. In addition, WDH- PHD has partnered with OMNI Institute (OMNI) to evaluate the SPF-PFS grant efforts and provide evaluation training and technical assistance to the 22 funded counties.
Table of ContentsExecutive Summary (page 4). About the SPF-PFS Grant. Alcohol and Marijuana Use in Wyoming. Coalition Readiness and Effectiveness. Prevention Strategy Reach. Recommendations. Introduction (page 7). About this Grant. Why Prevention Matters. State Goals and Initiatives (page 9). Grant Goals. Statewide Initiatives. Assessment and Planning (page 12). State-Level Evaluation Planning. County-Level Evaluation Planning. Key Indicators to Watch. Building Evaluation Capacity (page 17). Coalition Readiness and Effectiveness. Evaluation Capacity-Building Activities. Implementing Strategies in Communities (page 22). Coalitions. Events. Media Campaigns. Education, Outreach and Trainings Policy Change. Successes and Challenges (page 26). Alcohol Prevention Successes. Marijuana Prevention Successes. Challenges. The Year Ahead (page 28). Recommendations (page 28).
CitationSimhai, J., Woolweaver, A. & Newhouse, M. (2022) Wyoming SPF-PFS Annual Report: Strategic Prevention Framework – Partnerships for Success Fiscal Year 2022. Omni Institute.
SponsorsOMNI Institute wants to thank the Wyoming Community Prevention Specialists and the Wyoming Department of Health – Public Health Division for their collaboration on evaluation of the SPF-PFS grant and efforts to collect and submit data that made this report possible.
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community prevention specialists (CPS)
United States. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Underage Drinking--prevention & control
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