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The Building a Framework for Healthy Housing conference made enormous strides toward advancing the national healthy housing agenda. This site contains the presentations made at the conference. They are arranged according to the six tracks offered at the conference. Refer to the Conference Agenda for details on each session. All files are in Adobe PDF format.

 

 

 

Building Capacity to Deliver Healthy Housing
 -   Establishing a State-wide Healthy Homes Program
 -   Environmental Justice & Faith-based Organizations
 -   Healthy Housing Partnerships
 -   A Framework for Healthy Homes Programs
 -   Moving from Lead to Healthy Housing?Cuyahoga County?s Experience
 -   An Introduction to Building Green
 -   Innovative State Initiatives for Healthy Homes
 -   Case Management and Relocation
 -   Home Safety Programs
 -   Promoting IPM Through Strategic Partnerships
 -   Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina: Building Contractor Capacity
 -   Health and Housing Collaborations
 -   Integrating Lead into Housing Programs
 
Educating the Public and Practitioners
 -   USDA/Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service Outreach Initiatives
 -   Lead Education and Outreach Related to EPA?s Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule
 -   Putting Evaluation Into Practice
 -   Models for Community Education
 -   Education Concepts to Promote Healthy Homes Issues
 -   Creating Healthier Homes for Healthier Children: An EPA Perspective
 -   Indoor Pollutants: Connecting with Audiences
 -   Healthy Homes Training and Credentialing
 -   Educating Audiences to Promote Healthy Home Environments
 -   Empowerment and Environmental Justice
 -   Alternative Strategies for Community Outreach
 -   Home Safety Education
 -   Working with High-Risk Populations
 
 Mainstreaming Healthy Housing Principles
 -   HH Principles (I) A Primer on the Steps to Creating a Healthy Home in New Construction
 -   HH Principles (II) A Primer on the Steps to Creating a Healthy Home in Rehabilitation Projects
 -   High Performance Housing: Private Sector Approaches
 -   Healthy Homes Strategic Planning at the State and Local Level
 -   Parks & People: Public Housing Greening Initiative
 -   Investing in Best Practices for Asthma: A Business Case for Education and Environmental Interventions
 -   IPM in Public Housing?Challenges and Results
 -   Sorting Out the IA Standards
 -   Promoting IPM in Private Housing?Latest Developments in the Field
 -   Energy Star Indoor Air Plus
 -   Combustion Safety: What Your Program Needs to Know
 -   From the Ground Up: Technologies to Address Mold, Radon and Moisture in Housing
 -   Is Green Building Healthy Housing? What Green Really Means for Healthy
 -   Environmental Tobacco Smoke in Multifamily Housing
 
 Creating Healthy Housing Through Research
 -   Incorporating Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) into Housing Research
 -   Local and National Surveillance and Risk Modeling for Lead and Healthy Homes
 -   Research on Pesticide Exposures and IPM Effectiveness in Low Income Housing
 -   Indoor Air Quality: Research Findings and Priorities
 -   Research Findings & Needs: Is Green Housing Healthy?
 -   Asthma-Targeted Interventions: Results from the Field and Literature Review
 -   Lead from Exterior Sources and Advances in Field Testing
 -   Moisture and Respiratory Health: A Combined Analysis of the Research and a Survey of Moisture/Mold Remediation Professionals
 -   Translating Healthy Housing Research into Practice: Lessons Learned From a Boston-based IPM and Asthma Research and Demonstration Project in Public Housing
 -   Results of Home Hazard Assessments in Diverse Urban Communities and Improving Asthma Hazard Assessment
 -   Asthma-Friendly Construction and Rehab Practices in Low-Income Housing
 -   Should the Lead Dust Standards be Lowered? Mold/Moisture Assessment Research
 -   Findings from the American Healthy Homes Survey (AHHS)
 -   Evidence-Based Healthy Homes Interventions: Results From the CDC Expert Panel Meeting
 
 Marketing Healthy Housing
 -   Creating and Sustaining the Energy Star Outreach Program
 -   Healthy Homes and Healthy People: A Health Behavior Change Perspective
 -   Marketing Health Messages to Non-English Speakers
 -   Bringing Health Home: CDC?s Approach
 -   Setting a National Policy Agenda for Healthy Housing
 -   Advancing Healthy Housing through Policy
 -   Motivating Behavior Change at Home: EPA Public Service Advertising Campaigns
 -   Innovative Financing Strategies to Enhance Healthy Homes Programs
 -   Promoting Healthy Homes: The Grassroots Approach
 -   Assuring Healthy Housing for the Senior Population
 -   Return on Investment of Green Housing Standards
 
 Developing Enforcement and Regulatory Strategies
 -   Housing and Health Codes 101
 -   EPA?s Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule: Next Step for States
 -   Updates on NLLAP Revisions and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Lead Issues
 -   Achieving Healthy Homes Without Laws and Codes
 -   Local Housing Code Enforcement and Education
 -   Consumer Products Safety Standards and Housing
 -   EPA?s Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule 101
 -   Leading Local Lead Models
 -   Approaches to Improve Housing Codes
 -   Defining and Reaching the Elimination of Lead Poisoning
 -   From Carrot to Stick: Using Laws to Keep Homes Healthy
 -   Leveraging Action Under Existing Laws and Codes
 -   Innovative Code Approaches?Pest, Mold and Green
 -   Special Laws?Carbon Monoxide and Radon