“A healthy home is a home that is maintained to avoid illness and injury. Health hazards in the home can affect anyone, but children are particularly vulnerable. Concerns include air quality, mold and moisture, lead hazard control, pest management, and injury prevention.” – US Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Which hazards are at the top of the list?
- Lead-based paint and lead hazards
- Mold and moisture
- Home safety and injury prevention
- Carbon monoxide.
For more detail, visit https://www.hudexchange.info/resource/5675/healthy-housing-toolkit-for-housing-counselors/
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