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Florida's Injury Prevention Strategic Plan

Contact the Violence and Injury Prevention Section

  •  850-245-4455
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    Mailing Address

    Violence and Injury Prevention Section 

    4052 Bald Cypress Way 

    Bin A13 

    Tallahassee, FL 32399 

Florida's 2017-2020 State Health Improvement Plan (SHIP) Injury, Safety and Violence (ISV) Priority Area goals and objectives serve as the state's statutorily required Injury Prevention Strategic Plan (401.243, F.S.).

The stakeholders who contribute to strategies and activities under the plan are referred to as the Priority Area Workgroup (PAW). The PAW replaces the former Florida Injury Prevention Advisory Council (FIPAC).

2014-2016 Injury Prevention State Plan

The 2014-2016 Injury Prevention State Plan included goals as a framework to strengthen statewide coordination and expansion of injury prevention activities in Florida.

2014-2016 Injury Prevention Operational Plan

The 2014-2016 Florida Injury Prevention State Plan and 2014-2016 Injury Prevention Operational Plan consists of three goals and two initiatives, each implemented by a goal team or initiative workgroup.

2009-2013 Florida Injury Prevention Strategic Plan

2009–2013 Florida Injury Prevention Strategic Plan Cover
The 2009–2013 Florida Injury Prevention Strategic Plan served as a successor to Florida’s 2004–2008 Injury Prevention Strategic Plan.

2004-2008 Florida Injury Prevention Plan

The Office of Injury Prevention facilitated and coordinated the 2004-2008 Florida Injury Prevention Plan with injury prevention stakeholders and other state agencies. The Department of Health Office of Injury Prevention served as the lead agency in facilitation and coordinating the strategic planning meetings for more than 220 injury prevention advocates and community partners who worked together to develop this plan. This plan was the first Injury Prevention State Plan since the late 1980s. The plan includes mission and vision statements, as well as goals and strategies to address injury prevention.