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Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention National Training Center (HHLPPTC)

The CDC-funded 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.

The Center is offering two free 3-1/2 day trainings in 2017:

  • March 27-30 in Atlanta, Georgia
  • May 15-18 in St. Louis, Missouri

These trainings focus on implementing practical strategies to build programs, conduct housing-based primary prevention, develop and maintain strategic partnerships, and improve linkage to care. The trainings are primarily targeted to childhood lead poisoning prevention staff from state and local health departments, and related private sector organizations.  


Who Should Attend

First preference for registration will be given to CDC Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention cooperative agreement recipients. Others encouraged and eligible to participate in this training include:

  • Home inspectors, sanitarians, code inspectors, outreach staff, community health workers, visiting nurses, and care coordinators;
  • Staff from Maternal and Child Health or Federally Qualified Health Centers with home visiting programs, community action agencies, community development corporations, community-based organizations, and tenant councils;
  • Staff from asthma and injury prevention programs; and
  • Individuals from other agencies or private sector organizations working in the lead poisoning prevention and healthy homes fields.

This training is NOT open to federal employees.

Training Agenda

Each training includes six general session topics and the opportunity to register for one of three available training tracks . There is a special focus on how to improve surveillance systems and strengthen lead poisoning prevention programs. Attendees will also learn about cost-effective, evidence-based housing interventions that will improve health outcomes in their communities.
Continuing education credits have been applied for from the Ohio Nurses Association for nurses and the National Environmental Health Association for sanitarians.



To request attendance to the training, please contact Solutions’ Laura Titus (email at or phone at 443.539.4161).