This page is a resource center for professionals that conduct healthy homes programming. All resources on this page were presented at the Healthy Homes Forum on September 19, 2019. For more information, contact Neasha Graves at or 919-966-3746, or Megan Hughes at or 919-966-2463.

Archived Webinars

Green & Healthy Homes Initiative | September 4, 2019
Recommendations for Evaluation Metrics for Asthma Home Visiting Programs: Measuring Environmental Management & Health Outcomes

Assessment Tools

Asthma Action Plan

Home Assessment Checklist (NC)

Home Assessment Follow-Up (NC)

Safe & Healthy Home Environmental Assessment

Asthma Home Assessment Checklist (Federal)

Asthma Assessment Recommendations (English)

Asthma Assessment Recommendations (Spanish)

Asthma Friendly Home Partnership Program Pre-Survey

Asthma Friendly Home Partnership Program Post-Survey

Asthma Friendly Home Partnership: Asthma CHEC

Tell Us About Your Home

Regional Asthma Disease Management Outcomes

EPA Asthma Grant Community Level Intervention

Asthma Friendly Home Program

Online Resources

Asthma Home Assessment Resources
This page is a resource center for professionals that conduct asthma assessments.

Environmental Factor: Mold and Health Classes Help Hurricane Florence Workers
The NIEHS Worker Training Program continues to train and build local expertise for disaster recovery in Robeson County, North Carolina.

Child Health Assessment Monitoring Program (CHAMP)
First survey of its kind in North Carolina to measure the health characteristics of children, ages 0 through 17.

Motivational Interviewing Trainerscoming soon!

NC Disaster Response and Recovery
The UNC Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility has compiled a list of environmental health resources as part of the UNC community’s effort to provide relief and recovery to impacted communities.

NC Healthy Homes
Provides health, housing, and community organization professionals access to resources for their work in educating North Carolina residents about maintaining a healthy home and in improving health outcomes.

NIEHS Worker Training Program
The Worker Training Program (WTP) provides health and safety training for thousands of workers who may be involved in handling hazardous materials or in responding to emergency releases of hazardous materials.

Presenter Notes

Healthy Homes Forum Agenda

Health Outcomes of a Sustainable Home Visiting Program
Ryan Allenbrand, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Environmental Health Program

Health and Safety Training for Mold Remediation and Resources
Sharon Beard, NIEHS, Worker Training Program

How to Evaluate a Home Environmental Assessment Program
Ryan Allenbrand, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Environmental Health Program

Population-Based Health Care
Melinda Shuler, Mission Children’s Hospital, Regional Asthma Disease Management Program
Collaborations | Resource Summary

Identifying and Recruiting Partner Agencies for Sustainable Home Visiting Programscoming soon!
Josie Williams, Greensboro Housing Coalition

Relevant Publications

Kennedy, K., Allenbrand, R., & Bowles, E. (2019). The Role of Home Environments in Allergic DiseaseClinical Reviews in Allergy & Immunology.

Allenbrand, R., et al. (2017). Comparison of allergens collected from furnace filters and vacuum floor dust. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, 118(1), 108-109.

Shuler, M. S., et al. (2015). The Regional Asthma Disease Management Program (RADMP) for low income underserved children in rural western North Carolina: a National Asthma Control Initiative Demonstration Project. Journal of Asthma52(9), 881–888.

Supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (grant# P30ES010126).

CEHS Director: Dr. Melissa Troester
Funding provided by NIEHS Grant # P30 ES010126

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