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Rochester Healthy Homes Partnership

About the Rochester Healthy Homes Partnership

The Rochester Healthy Homes Partnership supports local efforts to reduce home environmental health hazards throughout our community, particularly for children and low-income residents of the City of Rochester.  In recent years, the RHHP has focused on promoting healthy homes outreach.  The RHHP has met approximately monthly since 2009 and maintains a listserv to share resources, coordinate activities, and collaborate on new projects.  

The partnership is facilitated by the University of Rochester Environmental Health Sciences Center Community Outreach and Engagement Core. For more information, contact Katrina Korfmacher. Visit ehsc.urmc.edu/healthyhomes for information on environmental health hazards that can be found in the home and learn how to reduce your family’s risk.

Rochester Healthy Homes Partnership Member Organizations

Action for a Better Community

American Lung Association of the Northeast

Center for Youth

Child Care Council

City of Rochester - Lead Hazard Control Program

Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County

Finger Lakes Occupational Health Services

Grants for Good

Greater Rochester Health Foundation

Hillside

Injury Free Coalition for Kids

Monroe County Department of Public Health - Healthy Neighborhood Program

Neighborworks Rochester

New York State Integrated Pest Management Program of Cornell University

New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYS P2I)

PathStone

Perinatal Network of Monroe County

ProsperRochester, Inc.

Proway Management Corp

Rochester Housing Authority

University of Rochester Environmental Health Sciences Center

Worker Justice Center NY

Annual Reports

The RHHP publishes annual reports summarizing partners’ healthy home activities.

2013 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report

2010 Annual Report

Prepared by Environmental Health Sciences COEC staff with support from NIEHS grant #ES001247. Last updated January 2014