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Title: Prevention Redesign Initiative (PRI) Cohort 3 Training


1
Prevention Redesign Initiative (PRI) Cohort 3
Training
Welcome! We will begin at 900 a.m.
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2
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3
Prevention Redesign Initiative (PRI) Task
Categories Guide Cohort 3
Version December 3, 2012
  • Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery
  • December 2012

4
Why are we here?
  • You care about your community and the people in
    it...
  • and you are joining the Prevention Redesign
    Initiative in Cohort 3

5
What are we doing here?
  • Using the Task Categories Guide helps you build
    an effective community coalition .
  • .and meet the DBHR contract requirements.

6
Poll
  • Have you read the Task Categories Guide yet?

7
Task Categories Modules Table of Contents
  1. Implementing PRI
  2. Timeline Overview
  3. Getting Started
  4. Capacity Building
  5. Assessment
  6. Planning
  7. Implementation
  8. Reporting and Evaluation

8
Implementing PRI
  • Section 1

9
Implementing PRI
Guide Page 3
  • The Prevention Redesign Initiative (PRI) uses the
    Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) for
    planning, with two enhancements.

The PRI Key Objectives are the guiding principles
for which PRI is founded, they are included in
the Appendix beginning on page 18.
10
Implementing PRI
Guide p. 3
  • Purpose of this Guide
  • Identify required tasks (marked required)
  • Provide guidance, definition and clarification on
    each task category.
  • Included in this guide
  • General definitions
  • A list of the required tasks and
  • Clarification on each task category grouped by
    the SPF steps.
  • Resources

Primary sources of information used in developing
Task Categories Communities That Care, CADCA,
Coalitions and Partnerships in Community Health
(Frances Dunn Butterfoss), DBHR, preliminary
evaluation information from Washington and
national SPF-SIG project, SAMSHA/CSA.
11
Implementing PRI
Guide p. 3
  • Resources
  • Task Categories Guide
  • County Risk Profile
  • Community Selection Packet
  • PRI News Release Template
  • Coalition Assessment Tool
  • Community Survey
  • Strategic Plan Requirements Guide and related
    templates
  • Community Profile Brochure
  • These documents and more resources can be found
    at www.theAthenaForum.org.

Primary sources of information used in developing
Task Categories Communities That Care, CADCA,
Coalitions and Partnerships in Community Health
(Frances Dunn Butterfoss), DBHR, preliminary
evaluation information from Washington and
national SPF-SIG project, SAMSHA/CSA.
12
What is a Coalition?
Guide p. 5
A formal arrangement for cooperation and
collaboration
Sectors
Members represent and function on behalf of
Coalition
Members act within their own sphere of influence
New members are invited
13
Roles and Responsibilities
Guide p. 5
Community Coalition Coordinator
Prevention-Intervention Specialists
Coalition Members
ESD Counties
DBHR
How can we help?
14
Chat
  • Please type your answer into the chat box.
  • Which role are you serving for PRI?
  • Coalition member
  • Community Coalition Coordinator
  • P-I Specialist
  • ESD
  • County
  • DBHR

15
Cultural Competency
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    defines cultural competence as
  • a set of behaviors, attitudes and policies that
    come together in a system, agency or program or
    among individuals, enabling them to function
    effectively in diverse cultural interactions and
    similarities within, among and between groups.
  • Culture and language play a significant role in
    the design, delivery, accessibility,
    acceptability, and effectiveness of prevention
    services and activities.

16
Cultural Competency
  • Cultural competence requires that organizations
  • have a defined set of values and principles, and
    demonstrate behaviors, attitudes, policies and
    structures that enable them to work effectively
    cross-culturally.
  • have the capacity to (1) value diversity, (2)
    conduct self-assessment, (3) manage the dynamics
    of difference, (4) acquire and institutionalize
    cultural knowledge and (5) adapt to diversity and
    the cultural contexts of the communities they
    serve.
  • incorporate the above in all aspects of policy
    making, administration, practice, service
    delivery and involve systematically consumers,
    key stakeholders and communities.

17
Cultural Competency
  • Cultural competency is not the tenth thing on
    the list in getting things done its the way we
    manage the other nine.
  • -Dr. Robert Hayles

18
Sustainability
  • What is sustainability?

19
Sustainability
  • Question 1
  • What are you sustaining?
  • Efforts Strategies and Activities
  • Structure to support the efforts

20
Sustainability
  • Question 2
  • What do you need to sustain it?
  • Policies
  • Resources
  • People
  • Funding
  • Outcomes

21
Sustainability
  • Question 3
  • How will you get it?
  • Clear direction
  • People
  • Data

22
Timeline Overview
  • Section 2

23
Timeline Overview
Guide p. 8
24
Timeline Overview
Guide p. 8
Key S Start working on this task during this
quarter S/C Start and completed working on
this task during this quarter O Ongoing task
25
Timeline Overview
Guide p. 5
Key S Start working on this task during this
quarter S/C Start and completed working on this
task during this quarter O Ongoing task
26
Getting Started
  • Section 3

27
Getting Started
Guide p. 9
  • Register and participate in The Athena Forum.
  • (Required) County, ESD, and coordinators register
    and actively participate in The Athena Forum.
  • Definitions Register means to become a member
    of the www.theAthenaForum.org within 2 weeks of
    staff participation in PRI. Actively
    participate means to go to site to access
    materials posted by DBHR.

28
Getting Started
Guide p. 9
  • Select PRI community.
  • (Required) Select community(ies) to participate
    in PRI. Submit Community Selection Packet to
    DBHR PRI Prevention System Manager by March 31,
    2013.
  • County and ESD will work collaboratively to
    determine which County Risk Profile to use.
  • County will notify their PRI Prevention System
    Manager via email by December 1, 2012.
  • County and ESD will work together to review DBHR
    provided County Risk Profile of high need
    communities in county.
  • Determine willingness of highest need communities
    to participate and engage in PRI.
  • Review community and school readiness of
    potential communities identified in County Risk
    Profile.
  • (Required) County and/or Coalition will issue
    media release, within 60 days following approval
    of community selection.
  • If needed, sign MOU between county and coalition.

29
Getting Started
  • Select PRI community.

30
Getting Started
  • Select PRI community.

31
Getting Started
  • Select PRI community.

32
Getting Started
Guide p. 6-7
  • Hire/designate .5 FTE Community Coalition
    Coordinator for each PRI community.
  • (Required) County reviews Community Coalition
    Coordinator job description and
    hiring/designation process with DBHR.
  • (Required) County will hire/designate Community
    Coalition Coordinator by July 2013, to help
    organize and maintain the community substance
    abuse prevention coalition, provide assistance to
    the community coalition, and to help guide the
    continuous development and implementation of a
    community substance abuse prevention strategic
    plan.

You can find sample job descriptions on Athena
Forum.org
33
Getting Started
Guide p. 6, 9 -10
  • The role of the Community Coalition Coordinator
    is to manage the processes of strategic planning
    and implementation.
  • Community Coalition Coordinator and other
    coalition staff assist with support for
  • Planning
  • problem solving and
  • and information management.
  • The job of the Community Coalition Coordinator is
    to
  • understand the framework, process, and
    requirements
  • keep track of the overall process to guide the
    coalition through the process and ensure the
    coalition is moving forward
  • keep records of the work and decisions of the
    coalition
  • ensure reporting is completed and
  • distribute meeting information prior to meetings
    (agendas, decisions to be made, and minutes).
  • (See page 9 for a detailed task list.)

34
Getting Started
Guide p. 10
  • Suggested Coalition Coordinator qualifications
  • B.A. Degree
  • Certified Prevention Professional.
  • Two years of work experience
  • Working knowledge
  • Ability and Work skills
  • (See page 10 for a detailed qualification list.)

35
Getting Started
Guide p. 10
  • Confirm Student Assistance Prevention-Intervention
    Service Program (SAPISP) and Prevention-Intervent
    ion Specialist services (P-I services).
  • (Required) County will coordinate with ESD to
    confirm school district and school building
    participation in PRI and implementation of SAPISP
    and P-I services within 30 days prior to start of
    school year.

36
Poll
  • Which of these steps do you feel particularly
    strong in your ability to complete?
  • Which of these steps do you think might challenge
    you?

37
SAMPLE Timeline
Guide p. 22
38
Discussion Questions
  • What experience do you have to offer to the
    learning community around Getting Started?
  • What questions do you have or anticipate having
    as you work on these tasks?
  • What additional clarification is needed, if any,
    in order to move forward?

39
Capacity Building
  • Section 4

40
Capacity Building
You can find resources for this on Athena
Forum.org
Guide p. 11
  • Recruit and retain membership.
  • (Required) Maintain 8 of 12 DFC sectors actively
    participating in the coalition.
  • (Required) Develop and implement membership
    recruitment and retention strategies including
    minimum participation rules.
  • (Required) Implement Coalition Assessment Tool
    (survey) annually in October, analyze results and
    discuss at coalition meeting(s).
  • (Required) Coalition will complete Community
    Profile brochure with DBHR within 45 days
    following approval of Strategic Plan.

41
Capacity Building
Guide p. 11
  • Conduct a community coalition orientation.
  • (Required) Coalition will conduct a
    meeting/training to meet the following goals
  • Review PRI goals.
  • Providing necessary training to increase the
    understanding for the coalition members in the
    community organizing framework regarding data,
    goals, and activities of coalition.
  • Develop coalition structure.
  • Develop capacity building plan.
  • Coalition will review mission, goals, activities,
    and strategies annually.

Look for the KLO/CCO Training templates
42
Capacity Building
You can find resources for this on Athena
Forum.org
Guide p. 11
  • Establish coalition structure.
  • (Required) Coalition will establish and maintain,
    at a minimum, the following
  • A meeting schedule and structure to achieve
    components required for strategic planning and
    implementation.
  • A mission statement. Include mission statement
    in Strategic Plan.
  • A decision making model to be used. Include
    decision making process in Strategic Plan.
  • Procedures for communication. Include
    communication procedures in Strategic Plan.
  • Develop job descriptions for coalition members
    (including school representatives), leadership
    team, and staff.
  • Establish work groups as necessary.

43
Capacity Building
Guide p. 11
  • Engage key leaders in coalitions PRI efforts.
    Any community key leader who is not already
    participating as a member of the coalition will
    be invited to participate in an annual event to
    discuss coalition.
  • Definition Key leader means local influential
    people who can influence decisions, funding, and
    resources for the local community.
  • (Required) Coalition will host Key Leader event
    annually that will meet the following goals
  • Bring selected key leaders and coalition
    together.
  • Present goals and activities to date to key
    leaders and coalition.
  • Present related local data.
  • Providing necessary training to increase the
    understanding for the key leaders in the
    community organizing framework regarding data,
    goals, and activities of coalition.
  • Celebrate successes to date.
  • Get buy-in for coalition by key leaders.
  • Get key leaders perspective.
  • Get key leaders to (re)commit to support the
    goals, activities, and efforts of the coalition.
  • (Re)energize coalition members.
  • Note Key Leader event may be integrated with
    other local currently established annual event.
  • Set up and maintain communication updates with
    key leaders.

Look for the KLO/CCO Training templates
44
Chat
  • Please type your answer into the chat box.
  • Why do you think it is important to engage Key
    Leaders?

45
Capacity Building
Guide p. 12
  • Gather community information and feedback.
  • (Required) Coalition will gather information and
    feedback about the work and strategies of the
    coalition from the community-at-large. Coalition
    will incorporate the community feedback into its
    decision-making processes.
  • Definition Community-at-large means those
    individuals that are part of the community but
    are not coalition members.

46
Capacity Building
Guide p. 12
  • Participate in training and technical assistance.
    Use of Community Prevention Training (CPT) funds
    is allowed.
  • (Required) Participate in the following
    trainings
  • Participants ESD/county/ Community Coalition
    Coordinator or designees.
  • Annual training in coordination with All Provider
    Meeting.
  • Prevention Summit.
  • 1 DBHR training per year.
  • Participants Community Coalition Coordinator.
  • Community Coalition Coordinator Orientation.
  • SAPST within six months (if not previously
    completed).
  • Participants Coalition members and Community
    Coalition Coordinator.
  • Community Coalition Orientation
  • Participants Key leaders, coalition members and
    Community Coalition Coordinator.
  • Key Leader Orientation

47
Discussion Questions
  • What experience do you have to offer to the
    learning community around Capacity Building?
  • What questions do you have or anticipate having
    as you work on these tasks?
  • What additional clarification is needed, if any,
    in order to move forward?

48
Assessment
  • Section 5

49
Assessment
Look for the Needs Assessment Clinic and the
Community Survey Training
Guide p. 13
  • Conduct Needs Assessment.
  • (Required) Coalition will establish a process to
    compile data, review the information, and ensure
    data is reflective of community demographics.
  • (Required) Coalition (or workgroup) will compile,
    collect and review data.
  • Review Community Needs Assessment Data Book
  • Conduct Community Survey provided by DBHR with
    community-at-large annually between
    October-January.
  • (Required) Coalition will prioritize outcomes for
    long-term consequences, behavioral health
    problems, intervening variables/risk and
    protective factors, and contributing factors to
    include in Strategic Plan.

50
Poll
  • Have you conducted needs assessments like this in
    the past?

51
Assessment
Guide p. 13-14
  • Conduct Resources Assessment.
  • (Required) Coalition will establish a process to
    collect, compile, and review resource data.
  • (Required) Coalition (or workgroup) will compile,
    collect and review resource data.
  • (Required) Coalition will review results of the
    resources information and integrate results into
    strategies and activities.

52
Poll - Hands
  • Do you know of people that can help you identify
    resources in your community?
  • Please raise your hand if your answer is yes.

53
Discussion Questions
  • What experience do you have to offer to the
    learning community around Assessment?
  • What questions do you have or anticipate having
    as you work on these tasks?
  • What additional clarification is needed, if any,
    in order to move forward?

54
Planning
  • Section 6

55
Planning
Guide p. 15
  • Select goals, objectives, strategies, and
    programs/activities.
  • (Required) Coalition determines goals,
    objectives, strategies, and programs/activities.
  • (Required) Coalition identifies who will receive
    services, what services they will receive, and
    what changes the coalition anticipates being
    made.

Look for the Strategic Plan Guide.
56
Poll - Hands
  • Do you know how to access documents on Athena
    Forum?
  • Please raise your hand if your answer is yes.

57
Planning
Guide p. 15
  • Develop Prevention Strategic Plan.
  • (Required) Coalition will develop, write, and
    submit a strategic plan, including a logic model,
    to DBHR for approval by March 31, 2014, using the
    Strategic Plan Requirement Guide. The coalition
    will regularly update strategic plan to make
    adjustments based on progress towards meeting
    goals and objectives and to meet the needs of the
    community.
  • The Strategic Plan includes the coalitions
    process, decisions, and plan for each of the
    following steps
  • Conduct needs and resource assessments.
  • Set goals, objectives, and strategies.
  • Establish implementation steps and timelines.
  • Plan for reporting and evaluating progress on
  • outcomes.

58
Planning
Guide p. 15
  • Confirm partnerships for implementation of
    strategies and programs/activities.
  • (Required) Coalition will confirm lead
    organization/responsible party for implementation
    of activities/programs in Strategic Plan.
  • If needed, MOU is signed to ensure partnerships
    for implementation of services.

59
Name Coalition Logic Model
(2-5 years)
(6 months 2 years)
(10-15 years)
(5-10 years)
But why here?
So what? How will we know?
What are we doing about it?
What is the problem?
Why here?
Why?
with these common factors
Community Disorganization/ Community Connectedness
These problems School performance ( of courses
passed) (HYS Academic) Youth Delinquency
(either HYS Perception of Risk, or Alcohol
related arrests of 10-17 year olds, depending on
coalitions strategy) Mental Health (HYS
depression)
  • These types of problems
  • Any Underage Drinking
  • (10th grade 30-day use)
  • Underage Problem and Heavy Drinking
  • (10th grade)
  • Add Yours Here

Alcohol Availability Retail or Social Access
Promotion of Alcohol Alcohol Laws Enforcement
Penalties Regulations Add Yours Here
Low Commitment to School Favorable
Attitudes Friends Who Use Perception of
Harm Based on individual assessment
Risk Protective Factors Add Yours Here
State Assessment
Reporting/Eval
Plan/Implementation
Local Assessment
60
Poll
  • On a scale of 1-5 how comfortable do you feel
    that you could explain the logic model to someone
    else?

61
Discussion Questions
  • What experience do you have to offer to the
    learning community around Planning?
  • What questions do you have or anticipate having
    as you work on these tasks?
  • What additional clarification is needed, if any,
    in order to move forward?

62
Implementation
  • Section 7

63
Implementation
Guide p. 16
  • Maintain active community coalition.
  • (Required) .5 FTE Community Coalition Coordinator
    supports and maintains the community substance
    abuse prevention coalition. Beginning July 2013.
  • (Required) Coalition will regularly conduct
    monthly full coalition meetings,
    workgroup/sub-committee meetings as needed.
  • (Required) Coalition will review and revise
    coalition structure at least annually.
  • (Required) Coalition will complete tasks included
    in Task Categories Guide.

64
Implementation
Guide p. 16
  • Participate in monthly meetings with DBHR.
  • (Required) ESD/county/community coalition
    coordinator attends monthly PRI Learning
    Community meetings by phone, GoTo meeting, K20,
    or in-person and documents attendance in PBPS.
  • (Required) DBHR and Community Coalition
    Coordinator meet for check-in meetings at least
    once per month, or more frequently as needed, to
    discuss
  • Negotiate timeline.
  • Progress on strategic work plan.
  • Contract compliance.
  • TA/training needs.
  • Next steps.
  • County and ESD staff are invited to participate
    in monthly check-in meetings.

65
Implementation
Guide p. 16
  • Implement media strategies.
  • (Required) Coalition will promote statewide media
    campaign messages to the local news media, and
    through social media, publications, and donated
    advertising using materials developed by DBHR.

Look for the Press Release
66
Implementation
Guide p. 16
  • Implement strategy(ies) and programs/activities
    according to Strategic Plan.
  • (Required) Organize and implement 1.0 FTE P-I
    services. Educational Service Districts in
    coordination with coalition will work with
    selected schools to implement SAPISP and P-I
    services. Beginning September 2013 P-I services.
  • (Required) Coalition will implement capacity
    building strategies and activities according to
    Strategic Plan, including coalition meetings and
    training and technical assistance.
  • (Required) Coalition will implement cultural
    competency strategies and activities according to
    Strategic Plan.
  • (Required) Coalition will implement
    sustainability strategies and activities
    according to Strategic Plan.
  • (Required) Coalition will implement public
    awareness campaign(s) according to Strategic
    Plan. Minimum of one required.
  • (Required) Coalition will implement environmental
    strategy(ies) according to Strategic Plan.
    Minimum of one required.
  • (Required) Coalition will implement selected
    direct prevention strategy(ies) according to
    Strategic Plan. Minimum of one required.

67
Poll
  • In the past, what types of services have you
    implemented?

68
Discussion Questions
  • What experience do you have to offer to the
    learning community around Implementation?
  • What questions do you have or anticipate having
    as you work on these tasks?
  • What additional clarification is needed, if any,
    in order to move forward?

69
Reporting and Evaluation
  • Section 8

70
Reporting and Evaluation
Guide p. 17
  • Develop reporting and evaluation strategies.
  • (Required) Determine coalitions intended major
    outcomes, impacts, and changes expected for goals
    and objectives, and the evidence that supports
    this theory of change.
  • (Required) Determine how evaluation information
    will be shared within the coalition and used by
    the coalition to make adjustments as well as
    communicated with the community-at-large and key
    leaders.

71
Chat
  • Please type your answer into the chat box.
  • What can evaluation information be useful for?

72
Reporting and Evaluation
Guide p. 17
  • Complete PBPS reporting. Coalition will report
    outputs and outcomes to DBHR in the PBPS.
  • (Required) Report coalition and community
    organization functioning including
  • All coalition, community coordination, and
    training services.
  • Coalition Assessment Tool (survey) complete by
    coalition members, using the instrument provided
    by DBHR. (Conducted annually in October.)
  • (Required) Report public awareness and
    environmental strategy(ies) including
  • All public awareness and environmental services.
  • Pre- and Post-test assessments per contractual
    requirements.
  • (Required) Report direct prevention strategy(ies)
    including
  • All direct services.
  • Pre- and Post-test assessments per contractual
    requirements.
  • Note SAPISP and P-I services will continue to be
    reported through the OSPI MIS and uploaded to
    PBPS monthly.

73
Reporting and Evaluation
Guide p. 17
  • Review and analyze output and outcome information
    with coalition according to Strategic Plan.
  • (Required) Coalition will use the Coalition
    Assessment Tool report to evaluate coalition
    capacity building efforts.
  • (Required) Coalition will review effectiveness of
    message dissemination into community.
  • (Required) Coalition will use the PBPS reports,
    state data, and other local reports to monitor
    and evaluate progress towards goals and
    objectives.
  • Coalition will make necessary changes based on
    data and performance.

74
Poll
  • How often do you think the coalition should
    review evaluation information?

75
Reporting and Evaluation
Guide p. 17
  • Participate in statewide evaluation. Coalition
    will implement evaluation designed by DBHR.
  • Coalition will
  • (Required) Support the local school district to
    ensure participation in the Healthy Youth Survey.
    Target is 80 participation in survey.
  • (Required) Work to achieve response rates for the
    annual Coalition Assessment Tool (survey)
    (conducted annually in October). Work with
    coalition leadership to use survey results in the
    on-going formative evaluation work. Target is
    80 participation in survey.
  • (Required) Work to achieve response rates for the
    Community Survey (conducted annually between
    October-January). Work with coalition leadership
    to use survey results in the on-going formative
    evaluation work. Target is 250-350 individuals
    participation in survey.

76
Discussion Questions
  • What experience do you have to offer to the
    learning community around Reporting and
    Evaluation?
  • What questions do you have or anticipate having
    as you work on these tasks?
  • What additional clarification is needed, if any,
    in order to move forward?

77
Wrap up
  • Questions???

78
PRI Community Risk Profiles
  • Preliminary Data to Select Communities

79
Poll - Hands
  • Have you reviewed your County Community Risk
    Profile yet?
  • Please raise your hand if your answer is yes.

80
Introduction
  • Purpose use data to identify high risk
    communities
  • Risk assessment process
  • Based on PRI logic model
  • Assess alcohol consumption level and consequence
  • Compare communities with state averages

81
Measures Available for the Community Needs
Assessment
Measures
Measures
Services to Measure
Coalition
Public Awareness
Environmental Strategies
School-based Prevention/ Intervention Services
Direct Services (minimum 60 EBPs)
82
Methodology
  • Data sources
  • Health Youth Survey
  • DSHS administrative data (CORE GIS)

83
Community Risk Ranking
  • Select High Risk communities
  • Consider communities in the order of risk ranking
  • Must be ranked above the State average and among
    the top 5 communities in the county
  • Ranking may change when new data are received.
  • Current profile data as of October 2011
  • Updated profile 2012 HYS and current
    administrative data

84
Report Components Data Summary
  • Examine the composite risk ranking and select
    from the communities with the highest risk score
  • Top 5 communities in the county with risk scores
    50 or above, or
  • The highest ranked community in the county

85
Report Components Data Summary
  • Consumption and Consequence Ranking
  • Very high Top 10
  • High Top 10 to 25
  • Average 25 to 75
  • Low Bottom 10 to 25
  • Very Low Bottom 10

86
Report Components Data Summary
Among top ranked communities, consider the level
of economic deprivation and more troubled
families.
Consider the number of indicators with data.
Population of community as a reference.
87
Report Components Maps
  • Overall risk levels by school district
  • Alcohol consumption and consequence risk levels
    by school district

88
Report Component Maps
Maps show risk levels
89
Report Components Data Tables
  • Data tables show statistics for each indicator.

90
Community Selection Criteria
  • Select the communities with the highest overall
    risk scores
  • Select the top ranked community and if not,
    justify why
  • Select from the top 5 communities in the county
    with a risk ranking of 50 or higher
  • Consider the number of indicators with data Risk
    scores based on few indicators should be
    interpreted with caution.
  • Example school districts not participating in
    HYS

91
Poll
  • On a scale of 1-5, how would you rate your
    understanding in using the County Risk Profile?

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Questions
  • Regarding implementing PRI
  • Contact your Prevention System Manager
  • Regarding your County Risk Profile
  • Grace Hong
  • (360)725-1201, hongg_at_dshs.wa.gov
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