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)

Parents win BIG Victory!

On Thursday, April 25, the Kent County Board of Commissioners approved funding for two staff positions to investigate homes that are lead-poisoning children. Landlords who fail to act to be held accountable.


Let's Double-Down for Children with Asthma Like Louian

Little Louian's recently renovated home was in good condition, yet there were still things about the home environment that triggered Louian's asthma. Things had gotten so out of control that Louian ended up in the emergency room four times in a year. Healthy Homes provided Louian's mom with the knowledge, skills, and tools she needed to take action.

But this is just one of many families in need of support. Asthma attacks are the leading reason kids are going to Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital’s emergency room.  We need to do more to keep children like Louian from hurting, and we can with your help.


Healthy Housing Goes Global

​In November of 2018, the World Health Organization stepped firmly into the healthy housing world when it released its WHO Housing and Health Guidelines. While local conditions are different all over the world, the strategies WHO suggests are universal and certainly apply to Grand Rapids.