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Centering Healing, Serving Community: Lessons Learned from Health Action Planning in Chicago - Shared screen with speaker view
Charlene Andreas
29:11
Hi- Charlene Andreas w/ LUCHA (Chicago). Sharing are work with HAP's in Chicago.
Mary Ayala
29:23
Welcome Everyone! Please introduce yourself as you join!
Kate Gronstal
30:04
Kate Gronstal with Evergreen, co-developers with LUCHA on Encuentro Square a project that has been developing a HAP
Leah Barth s/h
30:05
Leah Barth (she/her) from IL Public Health Institute - excited to share an overview about our Chicagoland HAP Cohort
Roberto Requejo
30:24
Roberto Requejo, Elevated Chicago. What brings me here is learning about healing in planning and development and this soundtrack.
Bradley Troast
30:37
Hello, I'm Bradley from Breakthrough in East Garfield Park (West Side of Chicago). We have housing and health programs and are exploring ways to better integrate all of our services. Looking forward to learning from you all!
Todd Vanadilok
31:19
Todd Vanadilok, independent contractor/urban planner with Egret & Ox Planning (https://egretandox.com). Currently working on a few HAPs in California, and excited to hear about the HAP work here in Chicago (which is where I am based). Thanks!
James Dow
31:50
Hello everyone. James Dow with Full Circle Communities. We will be sharing information on our HAP for our Torrence Place project.
Denise Holman
32:17
Denise Holman, Opioid Health Educator, Cook County Dept of Public Health
Cynthia Okayama Dopke
32:23
Cynthia Dopke with Wespath Benefits and Investments located in Glenview, IL. I also serve on a Community Development Committee in the United Methodist Church and I'm interested in the healing centered approach to community development.
Carrie Niemy
32:35
Carrie Niemy, Program Director, Design Initiatives @ Enterprise - We are focusing this year's Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute on healing. I'm excited to learn more from what is happening in Chicago.
Laurie Best
32:44
Laurie Best - Hope Connections Recovery Center at Catholic Charities of Onondaga County, Syracuse, NY. Really excited to integrate healing with the individuals we serve and the community at large.
Sam Comrie - LUCHA
32:47
Hi all, Sam Comrie with LUCHA - I'll be co-presenting our work on the HAP for Encuentro Square
JAMAINE GOODING
32:50
Jamaine Gooding -project analyst with Full Circle Communities. Looking forward to sharing our projects HAP information and learning more from other organizations as well.
SHELLY TUCCIARELLI
34:37
Shelly Tucciarelli, Executive Director of Visionary Ventures NFP, a Native American nonprofit-Working on Urban Native American housing with Indian Health Services on the first floor.
Lincoln Stannard
35:06
Lincoln Stannard with LUCHA, interested to learn from other organizations’ work on health and housing
Edgar Flagg
35:12
Hello. Edgar Flagg, Mercy Housing Lakefront, Real Estate Development. Look forward to the conversation.
Kristin Horne
35:51
Hi, Kristin Horne, Housing Development Manager from CMHDC, a naturally occurring affordable housing developer/operator.
Amanda Gramigna
36:07
Amanda Gramigna, Assoc Director of Environmental Health at Elevate.
Jennifer Jimenez
37:06
Hi everyone! Jennifer Jimenez, Director Systems Change, from AFC and Center for Housing and Health.
Angela Brooks
37:30
Hello Everyone, Angela Brooks, Director CSH looking forward to the discussion.
Chandra Rouse
37:45
My favorite poet!!!
Roberto Requejo
37:51
<3 Lesle’ and <3 Fist & Fire book!!!
Maribel Arce
38:34
Hi everyone, Maribel Arce, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Syracuse Community Center Collaborative
CJ OHara
38:41
hello everyone, Chris OHara from CHHRGE and suburban Cook County alliance to end homelessness
Angela Brooks
40:30
Powerful and awesome as always!
Charlene Andreas
40:33
thank you!
Gretchen Armijo
41:16
Gretchen Armijo, founder, Equity Policy Solutions. Urban planner and health and equity advocate
Roberto Requejo
41:19
Big fan of Meghan!!!
diane limas
41:30
from diane...that was awesome Leslie!!!!
Leslé Honoré
41:42
Meghan is EVERYTHING
SHELLY TUCCIARELLI
44:16
Thank you for the land acknowledgment.
Nella Young, she/her
50:00
Building to Heal Framework is here: https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/resources/building-heal-framework-holistic-community-development-11471
Sheila Sutton
55:28
YEs
Lauren Westmoreland
58:27
If you have any questions for Leah or others, please feel free to put them in the chat!
Gennifer Jeffries
01:04:21
The health priorities listed, were those self reported by the members who engaged?
Lauren Westmoreland
01:04:41
Link to Enterprise Community Partners Health Action Plan: https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/solutions-and-innovation/health-and-housing/affordable-housing-designed-for-health/health-action-plan
Leah Barth s/h
01:05:39
Health priorities were identified using public health data and community input - the health issues that were selected were based on a number of criteria including severity of the health need, potential for impact, feasibility etc.
Gennifer Jeffries
01:06:48
So you vetted through a "predictive model" per se?
Fash Khan
01:09:22
Was there a role hospitals or health providers played in creating this model?
Leah Barth s/h
01:10:09
Gennifer - Yes, in the sense that they looked at current and future needs - Enterprise has a great prioritization resource that the developers adapted for their projects - https://www.enterprisecommunity.org/resources/health-action-plan-strategy-prioritization-template-10638
Gennifer Jeffries
01:13:41
@James Dow - how does an individual get referred to or qualify for this housing serve?
Leah Barth s/h
01:14:38
Fash - Yes, in past HAPs healthcare providers have provided direct input into health priorities and strategy selection. In the Chicagoland Cohort healthcare providers played more of a partnership role - in most cases they are working with developers to tailor their healthcare offerings/programs based on the identified community needs. The Alliance for Health Equity is a collective of over 30 non-profit hospitals in Cook County and we have been engaging them in connecting developers to different resources.
Lauren Westmoreland
01:14:39
@ Fash the Health Action Plan arose from a partnership between Enterprise Green Communities, the Health ImpactProject—a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts—and theU.S. Green Building Council. Since, we have been working with some healthcare providers to implement HAPs, like Kaiser Permanente.
Fred Friedman
01:16:59
how many people like in the area?
James Dow
01:20:10
Hi Fred - Lansing is a community of about 27,000. But the Township has a population of around 150,000
CJ OHara
01:21:27
the slides are running
Fash Khan
01:30:28
Sorry I have to jump off- Have another meeting- please share the material after the webinar. Thank you so much for this informative webinar.
CJ OHara
01:30:35
will there be notes deciminated from the breakout session at a later time
Rachel Smith
01:30:41
So sorry - I have to leave. Thank you for the informative session!
Fred Friedman
01:31:17
I thought this was over at 2:30
Sheila Sutton
01:31:35
I do have to go. Thank you
CJ OHara
01:32:01
I do have to leave as well thanks
CJ OHara
01:32:13
hope there is a way to reconnect
Chandra Rouse
01:53:18
Please share your thought Sam!
Meghan Venable-Thomas
01:54:06
Thanks for the fruitful conversation Full Circle Team!!! All I was saying there are plenty of challenges but it is nice to hear about wha is feeling good as well.
Mary Ayala
01:54:23
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1TMUCgdwp6WeShvmuwGLO014vED05z--tA2Vm03V0GSA/edit?usp=sharing
Janet Li
01:54:52
Thanks, Meghan for the thoughtful q's!
Lauren Westmoreland
01:55:07
we did!!!
Meghan Venable-Thomas
01:55:33
Thank YOU Janet for the thoughtful answers!
Mary Ayala
01:55:40
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Carl Kunda
01:56:16
Thanks everyone!
Sam Comrie
01:56:28
Thanks IPHI and Enterprise teams - great event!
Chandra Rouse
01:56:34
Thank you everyone!!
Janet Li
01:56:53
Thank you so much for the opportunity to participate in the HAP cohort
Leah Barth s/h
01:57:04
Thank you everyone and in particular thanks to our hosts and cohort members who shared their experiences!
Nella Young, she/her
01:57:55
Great themes from our breakout with Full Circle - check out full notes. Here's a couple highlights: *Importance/challenge of creating an ongoing culture of feedback, esp. with residents, and not only up front. *Importance of asking property staff what support they need. *Layers of engagement are complicated - from residents to city and state policymakers. *Understanding resident strengths - resilience of veterans community and ways to support that specifically
Mary Ayala
01:58:23
Thanks all! Signing off!