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  • Feature #1 - Federal Healthy Homes Work Group Report
  • Feature #2 - Protecting people and Families from Radon
  • Feature #3 - Smoke-Free Policies in Multiunit Housing

A healthy home is sited, designed, built, renovated, and maintained to support health. A healthy homes approach is a coordinated, comprehensive, and holistic approach to preventing diseases and injuries that result from housing-related hazards and deficiencies.

Healthy Homes Resources

State Programs

Funded Healthy Homes programs


Healthy Homes recommendations and research

Tools and Training

Training centers, videos, and more

Environmental Justice (EJ)

Healthy Homes EJ activities

Tips by Room

House: Healthy Home Tips by Room Everyone can have a healthy home. The following pages show action steps to take in each room and in each area of the home.


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