The Healthy Homes Coalition is a proud partner of the Get the Lead Out! program. More than 1,200 homes have had lead hazards abated through this financial assistance program.  Click here to learn more.

Healthy Homes
Coalition of West Michigan

Our mission is to improve children's health and wellbeing by eliminating harmful housing conditions.  We achieve that mission through policy and advocacy, outreach and education, direct services, and continuous collaboration.

The Issues:

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Accidental Injury Overview

By definition, an accidental injury is an injury that could have been prevented. While 100% of all home injuries cannot be prevented, many can.

Together, burns and scalds, falls, and poisonings are responsible for 86% of home injury deaths. The Healthy Homes Coalition helps families to be safe in their homes.

Did You Know...

Bed bugs can live for many months without feeding.

News & Events:

Giving Thanks for Healthy Homes

There are many neighbors and parents like Grasiela who are thankful for the Healthy Homes Coalition this holiday season.  They are thankful for Healthy Homes, and we're thankful for our supporters.


[Event] EPA Renovation, Repair & Painting Refresher Classes

The RPOA provides certified EPA Renovation, Repair & Painting (RRP) training for landlords and contractors. This class is intended as a refresher course for those who have already received their EPA certification.

Dates for Upcoming Classes: 

Tuesday, November 26th from 8:00am-12:00pm
Thursday, December 11th from 8:00am-12:00pm
Wednesday, December 17th from 5:30pm-9:30pm

Cost for RPOA Members and Get the Lead Out! Participants: $125.00
Costs for non-members: $125.00

All classes are held at the Rental Property Owners Association at 1459 Michigan Street NE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503

To register call (616) 454-3385.


October 19-25, 2014 is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

This year’s National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week theme, “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future,” focuses on the many ways parents can reduce a child’s exposure to lead and prevent its serious health effects.

See this post for tips to protect your family.