SlideShare Explore Search You.
Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow.
The new edition of Prevention Is Primary provides models, methods, and approaches for building health and equity in communities. This comprehensive book. Prevention has come a long way since Prevention Institute first introduced our landmark text, Prevention is Primary: Strategies for Community Wellbeing, in
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation?
Why not share! Embed Size px. Start on.
Back to Health strategies Home About Health strategies Public health and wellbeing planning In this section Public health and wellbeing planning Taking action Climate change and health Increasing healthy eating Increasing active living Reducing tobacco-related harm Monitoring outcomes Close. Integrated care. New Paperback Quantity Available: Google Scholar Rizzo de Oliveira, A. This comprehensive book includes the theory, concepts, and models needed to harness social justice and practice primary prevention of unnecessary illness and injury.
Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode.
Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Tuma Mapunda. No Downloads.
Views Total views. Click here to read the Promoting Safe and Stable Families evaluation report. The three-level prevention system model Primary strategies improve the overall community context to benefit all families; at-risk strategies target families with one or more risk factors; high-risk strategies are intense interventions for families who may already have child welfare system involvement. Primary prevention is a universal approach that addresses the community context and touches every family in the community to ensure basic needs are met.
This means ensuring access to early childhood education, housing, jobs with living wages, and positive informal supports — all the things that families need to grow healthy, thriving kids.
When Primary Prevention strategies are in place, fewer families will need to access higher-level interventions. This level of prevention is focused on families that are experiencing risk factors, like alcoholism, drug abuse, mental illness, teenage parenthood, English as a second language, etc. At-Risk Prevention strategies are all about ensuring access to counseling, treatment, parenting classes, and other concrete supports that build a family's Protective Factors to mitigate their risk factors and make sure their children have what they need to reach their full potential.
High-Risk Prevention strategies focus on families who may have a history with the child welfare system or are on the verge of entering.