Assisting the Colonial Behavioral Health CSB and the Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coalition with identifying all available sources of data to inform decision making and to measure the impact of prevention activities within our catchment area, which includes the counties of James City and York and the cities of Poquoson and Williamsburg. Upon completion of the research and analysis, develop a dashboard or database that can be used to monitor data. Data acquired will be shared with coalition members to assist in determining collaborative activities.
The Historic Triangle Drug Prevention Coalition (HTDPC) was formed in 2017, and is comprised of representation from each of the four localities and their various departments and 14 partnering agencies. The HTDPC Data Subcommittee does not have the resources to explore and analyze all of the data that may be available to them. Compounding the issue is that the localities and their departments each have independent systems that do not flow into a centralized location. The HTDPC does not have the expertise to create a centralized database or dashboard to monitor data. Without data, the Coalition is unable to target prevention efforts, set goals and measure impact in a coordinated and comprehensive manner. Project objectives are to create a dashboard or database for the Coalition to monitor data, and make recommendations on the data that should be monitored to inform decision making.
The VHEOC is a coalition of five public universities funded by the SAMHSA State Opioid Response Grant and administered by the UVA SOM.
Project must be completed by 30-September-2020.
Proposals due 19-February-2020.
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