Newsletters & Reports

 

2018 Annual Report

2018 Annual Report(1.1 MB)

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Spring 2018 Newsletter(1.1 MB)

Fall 2017 Annual Report

Fall 2017 Annual Report(5.2 MB)

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)

Summer 2015 Newsletter

Summer 2015 Newsletter(1.2 MB)

Winter 2015 Newsletter

Winter 2015 Newsletter(1.0 MB)

Fall 2015 Annual Report

Fall 2015 Annual Report(723 KB)

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)

How the Air Quality in Your Home is Key to Overall Health

When considering the health of your home, one of the first potential hazards to consider is your air quality. According to the EPA, the levels of indoor air pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor levels. With the pace of modern living, we often neglect pollutants like pesticides, humidity and mold, asbestos, cigarette smoke, and volatile organic compounds.


The Fight to End Lead Poisoning Isn't Over

One of the pillars of Healthy Homes Coalition’s outreach is to decrease lead exposure and poisoning in children. Lead poisoning can slow down growth and development, cause hearing and speech difficulties, lower IQ, cause reduction of lifetime earnings and even cause higher rates of incarceration. Most lead poisoning in Kent County results from lead paint hazards, so preventing lead poisoning requires removing those risks.


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