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Healthy Homes for Healthy Kids Campaign

HUD is conducting the national "Healthy Homes for Healthy Kids" campaign, an outreach effort to inform parents about health and safety hazards in the home.

This can include lead paint, mold, moisture, and pests like mice and cockroaches. The objective of the campaign is to increase awareness of the relationship between the indoor environment and health; identify potential treatment methods to address housing-related hazards that adversely impact health and provide information about local resources at each venue.

The goal of the campaign is to make the community more aware of the connection between health and the home environment and to educate participants aware of available programs and enroll eligible participants on-site.


  • NEAFCS Annual Session and Exhibits, September 15-18, 2009 (Birmingham, AL). This 75th annual conference is sponsored by the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. Extension Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) professionals provide education in areas that are important to the quality of life for children and adults, individuals and families including Healthy Lifestyles and home environment and safety. HUD Regional Rep Contact: Eileen Carroll (678) 732-2949

  • Northwest Children's Environmental Health Forum & Expo, October 1-2, 2009 (Seattle, WA). This event will represent health, environmental, and children's organizations and state and local government agencies actively working on children's environmental health in this region. The 2-day event is structured as a Science Forum (Thursday), Policy & Practice Forum (Friday), and a Public Fair (Saturday). HUD Regional Rep Contact: Tara Radosevich (612) 370-3000, ext. 2258 Register here!