June 1, 2015 | ConvergenceRI

Path to healthier, brighter future for kids begins at the front door of your home

Perhaps the most significant event when it comes to changing policy – and, as a result, likely to be the one least reported on by traditional media – will be the first annual celebration of the Rhode Island Alliance for Healthy Homes, on Wednesday, June 3, from noon to 2 p.m., at the Rhode Island College Student Union Ballroom. The group, which has braided together a collaborative coalition of more than 80 organizations involving more than 500 people, is focused on healthy homes in Rhode Island, building a collaborative alliance that braids together resources.

Read the interview with GHHI President & CEO Ruth Ann Norton and GHHI Rhode Island Outcome Broker Betsy Stubblefield Loucks on ConvergenceRI.

media inquiries

For more information about the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative or to arrange an interview with our President & CEO Ruth Ann Norton, members of the media should contact:

ghhi@berlinrosen.com