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  1. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem
  2. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem
  3. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Our Mission: To partner with member counties to identify and address multi-county issues in order to improve the quality of life within the region.
  4. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem
  5. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem ASSESSMENT & STRATEGY • Stigma Reduction • Business/Workplace Engagement • Recovery Education • Relationship Building • Recovery Peer Supports • Medical Provider Engagement • Workforce Supports • Transportation Barriers
  6. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Establish & Build & Maintain & Expand your partnerships…& Repeat
  7. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem
  8. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem
  9. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem
  10. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Thomas Kowalik, Ed.D.
  11. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Ecosystem Support  Strategic Networking  Public & Private Sector Engagement  Regional Unified Message  Best Practices Shared  Collaboration Encouraged
  12. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem  Brought Partner Strengths Together  Developed Marketing Strategy  Adjusted Messaging as necessary
  13. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Contracted with Organizational Wellness Learning Systems OWLS Business Survey Findings:  238 respondents  All in need of hiring & retaining employees (lowest unemployment rate since 1990)  25% small businesses lost 50% time with mental health issues  2/3 less resources in Appalachia New York than rest of State  3 times the average annual cost impact to small business (than larger Corps)
  14. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Contracted with Organizational Wellness Learning Systems OWLS To increase business participation with SUD recovery workforce With evidence-based approach
  15. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Julie Dostal, Ed.S. LMHC Executive Director LEAF Council on Alcoholism & Addiction Oneonta, NY
  16. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem Historic Substance Misuse Prevention Focus:  Youth  Families  Communities  Laws/Policies Recent Expansion  Prevention Across the Lifespan  Workforce & Workplace Wellbeing  Health promotion . PREVENTION IN THE WORKPLACE WHY THIS? WHY NOW? PUBLIC HEALTH CONNECTION: We don’t stop diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and cancer prevention at 12th grade
  17. Upstate NY & Rural Life: Small is REALLY Small Far is REALLY Far Most businesses have less than 100 employees (58%)* 84% of those are have less than 10. Many Areas have less than 25 people per square mile. * From our capacity building survey sample
  18. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: The Process Looking at the Rural Workforce •Needs Assessment •Capacity Building •Relationship is Everything •Lots of Coffee
  19. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: The Problem Managers, Supervisors and CEOs spend an average of 39%* of their time Dealing with employee: (Capacity Building Survey) Fatigue General health concerns Alcohol misuse Other drug use *as high as 70% Stress Burnout Mental health concerns Lack of sleep
  20. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: The Problem ECONOMETRICS FROM CAPACITY BUILDING EFFORTS (PILOT STUDY) Bennett, J. B., Chan, A., Abellanoza, A., Bhagelai, R., Gregory, J., Dostal, J. M., & Faringer, J. (2022). More vulnerable, more to gain? A pilot study of leader’s perceptions of mental health programs and costs in small workplaces. American Journal of Health Promotion. Lost Time & Productivity due to mental health- related exposures* Small Businesses (less than 100 employees) Medium and Large Businesses (100 or more employees) Managers & Supervisors Average Annual Cost Per Business $25,134 $41,996 Employees Average Annual Cost Per Business $108,313 $3,400,000 *Stress, burnout, mental health concerns, lack of sleep, fatigue, general health concerns, alcohol misuse, other drug use.
  21. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: The Response Building Training Capacity •Leverage Grant Dollars •Employ a Project Coordinator •Create a Network of Prevention Providers •Prepare Trainers for Facilitation •Engage Trainers in Capacity Building (Data Collection) •Adapt OWLS Evidence-Based Training
  22. The Response: Adaptive, Evidence Based Training
  23. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: The Results Sample: Early Implementation Pre/Post Data Survey Item (Data from Final Report Prepared by OWLS) Pre Post Overall, I am confident that I can keep stress from affecting my performance at work. 49% 68% 39% My coworkers (team) contribute to my resilience. 62% 82% 32% I know my own early warning signs for stress. 47% 75% 60% I am confident that I can recognize these signs before I experience too much stress. 32% 92% 187%
  24. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: Moving Forward Sustainability •Expand Training Capacity •Enhance Partnership with Chambers •Follow the Data •Integrate into Prevention Programming •INSPIRE 3 and Beyond…
  25. Building the Recovery-to-Work Ecosystem: Join Us!