Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention National Training Center (HHLPPTC)
The Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Training Center (HHLPPTC) supports CDC’s partners in state and local programs by training new program personnel in practical strategies to build programs, develop strategic coalitions, improve care coordination, and support housing-based primary prevention.
This training is offered to any practitioner with an interest in building and sustaining a healthy homes program and related activities.
Date: March 3-5, 2015
Location: Hyatt Regency Magnificent Mile Hotel
633 North Saint Clair Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Contact: Laura Titus (email@example.com or 443-539-4161)
Who Should Attend
- Program managers and representatives from CDC-funded asthma, injury prevention, and Healthy Homes/Lead Poisoning Prevention program state or local grants [these individuals have priority for the training]
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grantee program managers and staff interested in healthy housing design and maintenance, indoor air quality, asthma, or environmental justice
- Home inspectors, sanitarians, and code inspectors
- Outreach staff, community health workers, visiting nurses, care coordinators
- Housing and weatherization professionals
- Senior staff from maternal and child health or federally qualified health centers with home visiting programs
- State and local policy makers
- Community action agencies, community development corporations, community-based organizations, tenant councils
- Graduate students in public health
Note: Continuing education credits are available.
Contact: Laura Titus (firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-539-4161) – for more information or to register.
- Page last reviewed: June 15, 2013
- Page last updated: January 30, 2015
- Content source: National Center for Environmental Health, Division of Emergency and Environmental Health Services