Introducing Our New Office

In case you haven't heard - Healthy Homes is on the move! Read more about the move and new office here.

The Poison Pot

Last week, Jenn noticed a pot on a familiy's stove during a home visit. Being trained in lead poisoning prevention, Jenn knew just how dangerous this beautiful pot might be.

Healthy Homes Moving Party

Thank you to everyone who came out to our moving party at the Meanwhile. We appreciated seeing so many faces, and we raised a total of $1,375 between donations, tips and 30% of sales! 

Our special guest, Frassandra the Cockroach, along with Representative Winnie Brinks and Commissioner Jim Talen, helped us raffle Slows BBQ gift cards in celebration of their upcoming opening in the downtown market. 

Were you unable to make it to the Meanwhile but still want to help with the move? You can sign up here to volunteer to help with moving or you can donate here.

Click here to see more pictures!


[Event] Lead Abatement Training

Lead Paint removal on federally funded housing projects requires special training. You can get that training for 80% off for those who plan to bid on housing projects in the future.

There must be at least one Certified Supervisor & Lead Workers who have gone through a Certified Lead Abatement class on all projects greater than $25,000 that use gov. funds.  Unless certified, other workers can’t even enter the work site while lead abatement is in progress.

Location: LINC Community Revitalization, Inc. Grand Rapids, MI

Class time:   8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Lead Supervisor Class:  May 4 – 7th

Cost: $125/person

For Lead Worker training only, a limited number can register $100/person (3 day training)

Includes light breakfast, lunch, instruction material and certification test on Thursday, 5/7.

To Register, Please visit: (Select:  Lead Abatement Training – Grand Rapids)

RSVP by April 29th