Healthy Homes Initiative brochure
Good Health Begins at Home!
Learn how to make your indoor environments safe and healthy!
We offer Healthy Homes training for:
- Parents and grandparents
- Childcare workers
- Housing professionals
- Community-based organization leaders
- Environmental health practitioners
- Public health nurses
- Tribal environmental health officials
Whether you’re part of a parent association, civic organization, or church group, Healthy Homes workshops can teach you how to make your indoor environment safer and healthier!
What are the hidden dangers lurking in indoor environments?
Participate in all 12 Healthy Homes workshops to learn how to make your home safer!
- Asthma and Allergies
- Carbon Monoxide and Other Combustible Gases
- Drinking Water
- Hazardous Household Products
- Healthy Homes Overview
- Home Energy
- Home Safety
- Indoor Air Quality
- Integrated Pest Management
- Mold and Moisture Control
Experienced and knowledgeable Extension agents are trained and ready to deliver the Healthy Homes workshops to individuals or groups!
Choose one or several workshop topics, or consult with an Extension agent to discover which workshops are most relevant to you! For more information, contact Dr. David Buys, State Health Specialist and assistant Extension/research professor, at 662-325-3060 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover more about the national program.
Make your home safer and healthier!
MSU Extension’s Healthy Homes Initiative can teach you how to
- Assess your home
- Identify possible dangers
- Develop best management Practices
Learn more about the Healthy Homes Initiative delivered by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
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