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  1. Innovation and Collaboration Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk

  2. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for a community response to youth at risk • Agenda • Step One- Youth at risk • Step Two- Using the Asset Mapping Tool • Step Three- Using Asset Mapping Tool to find Solutions • Step Four- Partner Plan

  3. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk What is Asset Mapping An Approach to Community Planning that allows regions to mobilize their community strengths to build supports around issues. Instead of trying to ‘fix’ problems, the focus is on bringing regions into balance.

  4. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Why is Asset Mapping Useful? • It provides an opportunity for communities to develop their own solutions to issues within their region • It recognizes that communities have strengths and resources and allows them to build on the resources already in their community

  5. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Why is Asset Mapping Useful? • It identifies the assets that are needed to build a healthier region. It also identifies the missing assets (or gaps) within each community. • This approach allows for partnerships with other agencies/supports within the region. Community ‘gaps’ generally need one or more partners to address

  6. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Why is Asset Mapping Useful for Sustainability? • Asset mapping brings the strengths of the community along with the strength of partners and experts together to develop a ‘whole region’ solution

  7. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Youth at risk strategy • Activities that help communities support youth who are ‘at risk’ • Activities that will help support youth to make better choices • Activities that will help identify, assess and diagnose policy and program issues • Activities that will provide education and training about youth at risk

  8. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk • Agenda • One- Understanding the issues • Two- Using the Asset Mapping Tool • Three- Using the Asset Mapping Tool Measuring Success • Four- Measuring Success Training Tips

  9. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for a youth at risk Key Points to Asset Mapping • Helps build partnerships in communities-avoids duplication of services • Is a model that treats professionals and community members as assets • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  10. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Key Points to Asset Mapping • Strives for balance in communities rather than ‘fixing’ communities • Stimulates ‘solution focused’ thinking • Builds long term assets in the community • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  11. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk What is an Asset? • Demographics Assets: • The picture of your region • Public Programs and Services Assets: • Community based programs, services • Infrastructure/Physical Assets • Community buildings • Private Sector Assets • People who provide a services in the community • Skills Development Assets • Economic/labour/education opportunities • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  12. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk What Assets are Helpful for supporting youth? • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  13. Community Assets helpful for community Initiatives • Nurse • Peer support • Policy Makers/Leaders • Recreation Programs and Facilities • Regional Health Authority • Rehabilitation Services • Returning people to the community • Siblings • Survivors • Therapy programs • Traditional/cultural services • Training • Transportation services • Tribal council • Values • Volunteers/aides • Youth councils • Addiction Services • Advocacy • AHSOR U/N • Analytical thinkers • Artisans • Child Development • Children Services/Respite • CHR • Community Health Center • Counselors • CPAP • Crisis training • Daycare • Diagnostic Team • Early Childhood Development • ECIP • Economic development • Education Awareness • Educators • Elders • Employers/managers • Environment • Extended family • Family Support Workers • Financial support • Foster families • Health Centers • Hospital • Infrastructure • Interagency Coordination • Justice • Library • Men/women/youth • Mental Health worker • NAADAP

  14. Asset Wheel Assets that Support Economic Growth Skills Development Assets Private Sector Assets Assets that Support Social Growth Infrastructure Assets Assets that Support Cultural Growth Public Programs & Services Assets Demographic Assets Youth Assets that Support Community Growth Assets that Support Environmental Growth

  15. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Striving for Balance Try to Balance your Assets to include: • The cultural needs of communities • The infrastructure communities • The social needs of children, families and communities • The intellectual and educational communities • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  16. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk In Groups: Using the Asset Wheel 1. Identify the Regional Assets available • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  17. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk In Groups: Using your Asset Wheel and Case Study 2. Group members pick 5-7 assets that they believe would be the asset that you want to develop your activities around. The assets should relate to: • One or more of the assets needed for youth at risk • Assets that would make a real difference in the community • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  18. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Steps to Building an Asset Mapping Process 1. Introducing the Asset Mapping Process 2. Identify the Assets Needed to Develop a Community Based Approach to sustainability 3. Identify the Community’s Current Assets 4. Pick 5-7 Assets that could by used to develop plan • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  19. Asset Mapping to Build Support • Agenda • Step One- Understanding at risk youth • Step Two- Using the Asset Mapping Tool • Step Three- Using the Asset Mapping Tool • Step Four- Making a plan

  20. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support Step Three Goals An understanding of the importance of developing partnerships for regional planning The skills to write measurable Readiness statements and outcome Statements The skills to write community-based capacity building plans to support communities interested sustaining rural life • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  21. Asset Wheel Assets that Support Economic Growth Skills Development Assets Private Sector Assets Assets that Support Social Growth infrastructure Assets Assets that Support Cultural Growth Public Programs & Services Assets Demographics Assets Youth Assets that Support Community Growth Assets that Support Environmental Growth

  22. Steps…. 1-3 • 1) Selection of 5-7 assets - (Groups to do) • 2) Brainstorm all the possible activities that a region might set building on a plan for youth (List per 5-7 assets) • 3) Readiness criteria of the asset

  23. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk • Strategic Areas to Support a plan for your community • Activities that help those in your community who might be ‘at risk’ Activities that will help support communities through change • Activities that will help identify, assess and address youth issues • Activities that will provide education and training around youth issues

  24. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for a community response to Rural NL Activity Selection A community brainstorming session as to what are the goals of sustainability what can guide your decisions: • Check your activities on the wheel - do you have a balance? • What assets are currently available within the region • What is your vision for your region/theme

  25. Fine Tuning Activities

  26. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Selecting Activities- What can guide your decisions • What are the strategic area(s) that your region is looking at? Is your goal selection consistent with that? • Is there an opportunity here to build an asset that will have a long term benefit to the community?

  27. Selecting Activities

  28. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk In your group • Put lists together • Look for: • linkages • balance • strategic areas • readiness • Pick top 5-7 activities

  29. Activities

  30. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Readiness Criteria= Describing your Asset A baseline measure of where the asset in the community is presently- Asks the Question- • What is the capacity of the asset? • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  31. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk In your group • Looking at all your assets/ activities how ready is your region to begin this plan • Develop statements that define the ‘readiness’ in the region to begin the plan

  32. Readiness for Activities

  33. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Outcome Statements In other words: For our region, what would be seen as a success in carrying out this activity? • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  34. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk In Groups … and working on your grid: 1. 1-2 measurable output statements for each activity 2. For each activity, put in a statement that shows how the activity is related youth • Consider with your group what your funding sources might be • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.

  35. Measuring Outputs

  36. Measuring Outputs

  37. Using Asset Mapping to Build Support for youth at risk Building Community Ownership Suggestions: • Pay attention to ensuring all participants are engaged • Find a way to acknowledge everyone’s participation in the event • Set up a committee/small group to develop the detailed action plan/budget • Develop a community communication plan (using the assets that have been identified) • An understanding of the importance of building partnerships within First Nation and Inuit communities • Some understanding of ways that community based programs can collaborate in planning for persons affected by FASD • A working knowledge of the Asset Mapping Tool as a method of building community based plans • Some ideas about how this tool might be adapted for your region, tribal council or community.