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Issue brief summarizes case studies from three promising social impact financing initiatives aimed at improving asthma management. Co-authored with Childhood Asthma Leadership Coalition.
An essential component of a new asthma management strategy involves home interventions to uncover and remedy triggers that can exacerbate asthma. The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) is a national leader in conducting comprehensive home interventions. The purpose of this report is to identify sustainable funding streams for asthma-related home interventions, with a special focus on Medicaid; determine new ways to structure payment arrangements; and examine the business case and return on investment for asthma home interventions.
Use this template to set terms of a contract to finance a PFS transaction.
This paper was first presented at the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy’s (ACEEE’s) 2016 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings.
This handbook outlines the process for conducting economic feasibility analysis for a potential PFS transaction, using projected underlying economics of a comprehensive asthma management program.
In light of the tragedy that occurred in Flint, Michigan, a new and brighter light has been shone on the issue of childhood lead poisoning. To address these issues and to set out a bold agenda to end lead poisoning as a major public health threat in the next five years, GHHI has developed a set of broader lead poisoning prevention policy recommendations that supports initiatives being developed at the federal, state and local level while also establishing a framework to strategically marshal the financial resources and regulatory tools to end childhood lead poisoning.
This document provides an overview of GHHI’s PFS feasibility rubric tool.
Pay for Success projects addressing asthma in the United States
Paper summarizes the outcomes from weatherization work on occupant health.
This report summarizes findings on how weatherization and energy efficiency retrofits in low-income households can improve housing affordability and health. By addressing energy cost burdens, the United States can generate greater equity by creating environmental, economic and health benefits for housing occupants, building owners, and communities.
A recently released paper around the best practices for healthy homes practitioners to use healthy housing practices to improve the control of asthma for children and adults.
A study examining the association of exposures to environmental lead and tobacco smoke with attention deficit disorder.
Outlines available scientific data describing the effects of lead, summarizes in plain language the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA) parts B and C, and provides information on how these provisions relate to children affected by lead. The document also describes major gaps in our scientific understanding of the efficacy of educational interventions for reversing academic problems in children affected by lead.
CDC’s Division of Emergency and Environmental Health Services is currently recruiting a Chief for its Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. The position plans, directs and supervises scientific and programmatic activities and staff related to childhood lead poisoning prevention.
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative unveils the 2018 New Jersey Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan
New Report Details Action Plan to Eliminate Childhood Lead Poisoning In New Jersey
The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative release their report today detailing specific, actionable strategies to eliminate childhood lead poisoning in New Jersey in 10 years. The 2018 New Jersey Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan was made possible through the generous support of The Fund for New Jersey and New Jersey Health Initiatives, the statewide grantmaking program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
OLHCHH provides funds to state and local governments to develop cost-effective ways to reduce lead-based paint hazards. The office enforces HUD's lead-based paint regulations, provides public outreach and technical assistance, and conducts technical studies to help protect children and their families from health and safety hazards in the home.
The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative has developed a Strategic Plan – a set of broad policy recommendations to strategically marshal the financial resources and regulatory tools to end childhood lead poisoning as a major public health threat in the next five years. Join GHHI's President and CEO Ruth Ann Norton for a discussion on how this entirely preventable disease can be stopped.
Achieving Green and Healthy Homes and Communities in America: A Report Following the National Dialogue on Green & Healthy Homes
Recommendations for the Office of Recovery Implementation on Federal support for Green and Healthy Housing
The HUD Strategic Plan about investing in green and healthy homes