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Healthy Housing in the News

Home Inspections Go Virtual During Stay-Home Orders

Using technology, GHHI can continue to serve our community and improve health outcomes, even as we stay at home WBAL-TV Channel 11 News interviewed Africa Wright, a homeowner in Baltimore's historic Marble Hill neighborhood, who was concerned about her family's health and safety during...

GHHI President & CEO on HCBiz Show – Pay for Success in Social Innovation

HCBiz Show

Listen to GHHI President & CEO @RuthAnnNorton being interviewed on a #HCBiz Show! podcast where she describes GHHI’s Pay for Success and value-based purchasing projects and how GHHI is applying these innovative financing models to fund preventive healthy homes services across the...

Jackson Fights Lead Hazards in Homes With New Program

Jackson Free Press

Some older Jackson homes with lead-based paint could get a little safer, especially for children, under a new program City leaders announced Monday.

#Residents with houses built before 1978 can have their homes tested for lead-based paint, which is known to cause serious health issues, and remedied if necessary under the new Lead Safe Housing Program. The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development donated $1.3 million to fund the program.

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