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Healthy Homes

Housing plays a central role in the health of our communities, particularly as the environmental health workforce works to help communities adapt and respond before, during, and after weather events like extreme heat, extreme cold, hurricanes, flooding, and wildfires, which are increasing in frequency and intensity.

Protecting Homes During Extreme Weather Webinar Series

This webinar series discusses high wind events (including hurricanes and their subsequent flooding) and their impact on homes. Topics of discussion included how local, state, and national organizations are working to ensure disaster survivors including households with low incomes, people experiencing homelessness, people with disabilities, and other marginalized communities have the resources they need to fully recover.

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EPA Tribal Lead Guidebook

This guidebook provides tribal communities an educational tool to discuss potential lead exposure and promote in-home activities that parents, grandparents, childcare providers, and others can do to reduce childhood lead exposure. | Lead Awareness in Indian Country

Tribal Green Building Toolkit

This Tribal Green Building Toolkit is designed to help tribal officials, community members, planners, developers and architects develop and adopt building codes to support green building practices. Both tribes without building codes and with existing building codes can use this Toolkit. | EPA Toolkit

Resources

  • Design for Environmental Health Risk Communication: Lessons From the EPA Flooded Homes Website Project | | Slides
  • Health Impact Assessments | Webpage
  • Health Impact Assessment Webinar | Webinar
  • Housing and Urban Development |
  • Research on Social Determinants of Health, CDC |