Newsletters & Reports

 

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Summer 2017 Newsletter(1.1 MB)

Fall 2016 Annual Report

Fall 2016 Annual Report(517 KB)

Summer 2016 Newsletter

Summer 2016 Newsletter(1.2 MB)

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Winter 2015 Newsletter(1.0 MB)

Fall 2015 Annual Report

Fall 2015 Annual Report(723 KB)

Summer 2015 Newsletter

Summer 2015 Newsletter(1.2 MB)

Winter 2014 Newsletter

Winter 2014 Newsletter(1.5 MB)

Fall 2014 Annual Report

Fall 2014 Annual Report(1.3 MB)

Summer 2014 Newsletter

Summer 2014 Newsletter(1.5 MB)

Summer 2013 Newsletter

2013 Summer Newsletter(6 MB)

Fall 2013 Newsletter

2013 Fall Newsletter(1.2 MB)

Spring 2013 Newsletter

Spring_2013_Newsletter.pdf(934 KB)

Winter 2012 Newsletter

Winter2012web.pdf(946 KB)

Spring 2012 Newsletter

spring2012web.pdf(1.1 MB)

Spring 2011 Newsletter

Spring2011newsletter.pdf(897 KB)

Summer 2010 Newsletter

Summer2010newsletter.pdf(283 KB)

Fall 2010 Newsletter

Fall2010newsletter.pdf(287 KB)

Summer 2009 Newsletter

Summer2009newsletter.pdf(1.5 MB)

Spring 2010 Newsletter

Spring2010newsletter.pdf(295 KB)

Fall 2009 Newsletter

Fall2009newsletter.pdf(737 KB)

Spring 2009 Newsletter

Spring2009newsletter_1.pdf(963 KB)

Fall 2008 Newsletter

Fall2008newsletter.pdf(201 KB)

The Face Behind the Phone

Healthy Homes is excited to welcome our new Administrative Assistant MJ Truini. 


Join us for our Building Healthy Futures Luncheon

Parents, Healthy Homes, and others are working hard the help kids stop hurting. We want you to be a part of this story. Learn more about Healthy Homes and how together we can elminate harmful housing conditions in west Michigan. Register for our free luncheon today!


"I was angry at myself for not protecting my child."

“I was angry at myself for not protecting my child.”

This would seem a natural reaction for any parent.  We are all focused on protecting our children and making sure they are strong and healthy.

However, the lead in the paint that made her daughter Lucy sick was not her fault. Yet Kristin was angry at both herself and her husband. 

Then anxiety set in and she took action. She went into “Mama Bear” mode.