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  1. PUBLIC POLICY National, state, local laws COMMUNITY Relationships among organizations ORGANIZATIONAL Organizations, social institutions INTERPERSONAL Family, friends, social networks INDIVIDUAL Attitudes, Knowledge, Skills Social-Ecological Model

  2. Logic Model for Kansas UMC Healthy Congregations in Action Inputs Strategies Outputs Outcomes Evaluation Healthy People 2010 Outcomes, Insurance Usage Data, Needs Assessment & Survey Data • • Create & adopt a communications plan to support development & implementation of the Healthy Congregations in Action initiative • • Identify & develop leadership for initiative • Provide multi-faceted health education/skill development programs & activities • • Model & promote healthy lifestyles • Create environments that encourage health & well-being • Develop & implement a multi-level evaluation plan to assess processes & outcomes • “Safe Places” for clergy to access personal health support resources • Place-based tailored programs & interventions • Church-specific health behavior data • Partnerships for health outcomes • Training & resources for personal health covenants Training & resources for health leadership development Environmental & policy change resources relative to health outcomes • Short Term Outcomes: • • Greater acceptance by laity of church’s role in health • • Increased acceptance & support of the practice of healthy lifestyles • • Increased knowledge, attitudes & skills relative to healthy lifestyles • • Increased availability of health programs & activities in response to identified needs • • Increased awareness & acceptance of confidential health support resources for clergy, congregations & conference leadership • • Increased commitment within the church regarding health • • Increased numbers of clergy & laity with personal health covenants • • Clergy & laity become advocates & role models for healthy lifestyles • Intermediate Outcomes: • Lifestyle activities that support physical, mental/emotional, social and spiritual health are integrated into the life of the church • Increased wellness ministry leadership roles exist for clergy, staff & laity • • Increased practice of healthy lifestyle behaviors in all four facets of health: physical, mental/emotions, social & spiritual Kansas Area United Methodist Healthy Lifestyles Committee Community Capacity • Shared faith and traditions • Human Resources: core expertise, diversity, sensitivity • Facilities • Communication systems • Administrative capacity Relationships with Partners •United Methodist Health Ministry Fund • Community Partners • Medical School Partners • Medical Community Partners • Business Partners Contextual Conditions ( Differences in size, ethnic makeup, socio-economic conditions, resources, experience, and clergy support) Long-Term Outcome Healthier clergy, congregants & community partners

  3. Healthy Congregations in Action 18-month pilot DRAFT Individual Interpersonal Organizational Physical Health Nutrition, Fat, Fruits & Vegetables, Physical Activity, Water, Sleep, Appropriate Calories, Calcium Individual Self-Assessments Self-Care Covenant Nutrition Education Physically Active Games 1-2-3-4 Life/Walking Logs Food Pyramid Data Portion Size Cards Walking Groups Support Groups Physically Active Games Healthy Food Policies Parking Policies Tobacco Use Policies Changes in Meeting Agendas to include PA Mandatory Days Off Vacation Policies Mental/Emotional Health Learning Styles, Stress Management,Coping Strategies, Relaxation Techniques Individual Self-Assessments Self-Care Covenant Emotional Intelligence Stress Management Time Management Communication Skills Balancing Work & Family Parenting Classes Sector-Specific Groups Mandatory Days Off Vacation Policies Social Health Respect Self Value People (RSVP), Social Networking, Time management, Individual Social Support Individual Self-Assessments Self-Care Covenant Stress Management Tips Social Capital Benchmark Survey Social Support Questionnaire Stress Management Support Group Social Support Group Leadership Skills Class Learning Styles Financial Management Tools Manners & Etiquette Food Pantries Clothing Exchanges Spiritual Health Prayer, meditation, fasting, Shared Learning Individual Self-Assessments Self-Care Covenant Daily Journals Prayer Memorization Whisper Prayer Meditation Bible Study Groups Meditation Groups Stewardship Teams Bible Study groups for specific populations, ex. Bible study group for young mothers Meeting Structure Policies to include prayer & reflection