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The Regional Prevention Center Network would like to ask you for help! They are currently seeking opinions of all Oklahomans on their safe storage and disposal of prescription drugs and responsible alcohol consumption.

Take the survey & spread the word!

OK In The Know Members, we would like to ask you to please take the survey and share it via email lists / newsletters, social media, or other channels with friends, family, customers, community partners, and other contacts. The survey is completely anonymous and takes about 5 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey, there is an opportunity to enroll in a drawing to win $250 and other prizes. The survey will be open until November 17, 2017.

Survey link: https://www.research.net/r/OKcommunity

This survey helps the RPC network continue to understand their community. With this survey, they will choose evidence-based strategies to implement with their funding based on the community’s needs. Please let Karin Leimbach know if you have any questions by calling (405) 548-5059 or e-mail at kleimbach@dccca.org .

Thank you in advance for your help in learning more about our communities so we can better serve them!

 

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Every few years the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Community Epidemiology & Evaluation Unit  releases a report focusing on health factors of the residents in each county. The topical information and flagship issues addressed, highlight each county and align with Healthy People 2020 indicators. Health care costs are also detailed within the reports.

Data informing these reports is collected by county health departments and community partnerships to provide the most accurate health data for each county. Topics covered include:

  • Demographics and socioeconomics
  • Tobacco use
  • Obesity
  • Children’s health
  • Behavioral health
  • Binge drinking
  • Nutrition and physical activity
  • Diabetes
  • Death, injury, and violence
  • County health department usage
  • Access to care

Use this local data to help understand what efforts your community can take to address the most prominent health concerns in your area. Recognizing these health topics can also help guide prospective partnerships.

>>Click here to access the most recent health profiles, plus supplemental maps and data tables.

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According to an August 31, 2017 news release from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), adult smoking in Oklahoma has decreased to 19.6% in the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) report, reaching an all-time low and showing proof that focused efforts to reduce and prevent tobacco use are paying off.

While the overall smoking and obesity rates are down, there are still improvements to be made.

>> Read more.

Spread the word!

Click the links below to download supportive talking points from OSDH that the public health community can use to talk with people in their community about the 2016 BRFSS data and moving forward on wellness initiatives:

Members only; please log in to view the links.

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Note: These profiles reflect the most current data available. To see archived data, click here.

Background

The following maps and supplemental data are compiled by the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), to show county-level data on health risk factors related to tobacco use and obesity (e.g. prevalence of smoking, physical inactivity, food deserts, etc.). For each county receiving TSET Healthy Living Program (HLP) grant funding, detailed data are presented on health status, trends over time, and how the county compares vs. the rest of the state of Oklahoma within the health indicators related to HLP scope of work.
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Data sources

The county profiles and supplemental spreadsheets include the following:
  • 2015 BRFSS data
  • Policy and Practice Tool data submitted as of 1/26/2017
  • 2016 Certified Healthy Oklahoma data
  • County Comprehensive Lists
Note: The supplemental spreadsheets were compiled using 2017 ReferenceUSA’s database, this is a large database with over 24 million businesses. This information may not be the most current data, however, it should be a helpful compilation for use in your public health endeavors.

County Health Profiles

Adair Profile 2017
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Alfalfa Profile 2017
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Atoka Profile 2017
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Beckham Profile 2017
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Blaine Profile 2017
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Bryan Profile 2017
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Caddo Profile 2017
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Canadian Profile 2017
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Carter Profile 2017
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Cherokee Profile 2017
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Choctaw Profile 2017
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Cleveland Profile 2017
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Coal Profile 2017
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Comanche Profile 2017
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Craig Profile 2017
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Creek Profile 2017
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Custer Profile 2017
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Delaware Profile 2017
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Garfield Profile 2017
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Garvin Profile 2017
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Grady Profile 2017
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Grant Profile 2017
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Greer Profile 2017
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Harmon Profile 2017
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Haskell Profile 2017
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Hughes Profile 2017
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Jackson Profile 2017
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Johnston Profile 2017
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Kay Profile 2017
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Kingfisher Profile 2017
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Kiowa Profile 2017
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Latimer Profile 2017
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Le Flore Profile 2017
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Lincoln Profile 2017
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Logan Profile 2017
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Major Profile 2017
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Marshall Profile 2017
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Mayes Profile 2017
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McClain Profile 2017
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McCurtain Profile 2017
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McIntosh Profile 2017
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Muskogee Profile 2017
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Nowata Profile 2017
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Okfuskee Profile 2017
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Oklahoma Profile 2017
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Okmulgee Profile 2017
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Ottawa Profile 2017
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Payne Profile 2017
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Pittsburg Profile 2017
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Pontotoc Profile 2017
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Pottawatomie Profile 2017
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Pushmataha Profile 2017
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Roger Mills Profile 2017
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Rogers Profile 2017
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Seminole Profile 2017
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Sequoyah Profile 2017
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Texas Profile 2017
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Tillman Profile 2017
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Tulsa Profile 2017
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Wagoner Profile 2017
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Washita Profile 2017
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Woods Profile 2017
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Woodward Profile 2017
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The 2015 Food Access Research Atlas (FARA) food desert data are now available in the Community Commons Maproom.

Released as a set in early 2017, the FARA data provide communities across the nation with an updated look at food access and, more importantly, a view of how food deserts have changed since 2010. The FARA is a compliment to the USDA’s Food Environment Atlas, which houses county-level food related data.

Layers in this recent release include:

For more information about USDA data, including the methodology and data definitions please visit the Community Commons Food Access Research Atlas web page.

>>Learn more.

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The Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment (OPNA) is an anonymous statewide risk and protective factor student survey of 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders conducted by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.

The OPNA 2016 and 2014 State Profiles are now available! >>Read more!

This factsheet provides an overview of the OPNA 2016. Learn about what information the survey collects and how it can be used.

View a recorded webinar discussing the benefits of OPNA as well as details on how to participate with this link.

The target audience for the data includes superintendents, principals, teachers, and counselors.

Attachments

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This National Physical Activity Plan Alliance (NPAPA) report released in 2016 presents data from multiple nationally representative surveys to evaluate levels of physical activity and sedentary behavior in American children and youth, facilitators and barriers for physical activity and health outcomes related to physical activity, among 10 key indicators.

>>Learn more.

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An online query system where users can access statewide or county-level data on mental health and substance abuse treatment in Oklahoma. The data from Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) includes individuals who have received a paid behavioral health service from programs ODMHSAS contracts or operates.

>>Learn More.

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