On Target

Number of Community Risk Reduction programs delivered

Target

The department does not currently have a target for the number of community risk reduction programs provided. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent stay-at-home orders, the types of community risk reduction programs that could be delivered to residents changed. The department developed alternative delivery methods (e.g. instructional videos, social media posts) that reduced the number of programs while increasing the number of individuals that could access the information.

Analysis

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent stay-at-home orders, the types of community risk reduction programs that could be delivered to residents changed. The department developed alternative delivery methods (e.g. instructional videos, social media posts) that reduced the number of programs while increasing the number of individuals that could access the information. The chart presented below reflects the viewer reach of the videos and social media activity the department provided in lieu of in-person activities between after March 2020. Because the public's reception of the produced content was so positive, the department continued to maintain virtual programming after the conclusion of stay-at-home orders.

Next Steps

The department has recently hired a new team member--a video content creator. The department will evaluate the appropriate combination of in-person programming and virtual programming to maximize access, equity, and effectiveness. The target number of programs, program types, and participants is expected to change following this evaluation. 

Status Indicators: On Target On Target | Close to Target Close to Target | Needs Improvement Needs Improvement | Target Pending Target Pending