Priorities

CHHC members address healthy housing from multiple perspectives. As a result, the coalition’s priorities represent a comprehensive approach towards achieving healthy housing for all. CHHC organizes itself into three workgroups focused on the following priorities:


 Healthy Housing Updates

February 2019
 

Fun and Productive 2019 Annual Meeting!

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Thanks to the more than 75 new and returning members who attended this year's Annual Meeting in Los Angeles (February 25h-26th).  The Annual Meeting is the coalition's one in-person meeting of the year where we hear from experts in the field and establish priorities for the year ahead. This year's attendees heard from a range of healthy housing policy experts, including:

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State of State Housing Policy
Josh Kurpies, District Director for Assemblymember Richard Bloom

Pay for Success
Maria Hernandez, PhD, Impact4Health (slides)

Challenges & Solutions: Dealing with Slum Lords
Aurora Thome, JD, California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (slides)
Carlos Aguilar, Coalition for Economic Survival (slides) 
Matthew Holen, Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (slides)

Lead Poisoning Prevention
Susan Little, Environmental Workging Group (slides)
Larry Brooks, Alameda County Healthy Homes Department (slides

Public Charge: What do proposed rule changes mean for housing?
Arianna Cook-Thajudeen, National Housing Law Project (slides)

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Additionally, members participated in a series of small group discussions focused on incorporating lessons learned from the presentations into our state and local work.  We now take the energy generated from two full days networking and learning with us as we look forward to another successful year as a coalition striving to move the state towards healthier housing.  Once again, we congratulate our members on another successful year!

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 October 2018

New Resource: IPM in Rental Housing   

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is the most effective and least harmful way to address pests.  By addressing the root causes of pest problems, IPM serves as a long term solution to pest problems that advoids the costly, routine pesticide applications commonly used in rental housing.  To encourage more property owners to adopt IPM and a more effective and healthier alternative to routine spraying on their rental properties, CHHC members  members developed a series of short videos to encourage landlords to transition to the use of Integrated Pest Management.  Videos include:

In addition to the videos, our IPM webpage has a wide range of resources to help landlords and property managers make the transition.

 

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