Mold and Moisture
Moisture problems in the home can result in the growth of mold increasing the risk of allergic illnesses and asthma attacks.
Lead exposure is a serious health threat to children and women of child-bearing age.
Safety and Pesticides
Preventing injuries and keeping hazardous products away from children ensures a safe and healthy home environment.
Keeping your home clean and properly maintained is critical to having a safe and healthy home.
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Resources / Training
The North Carolina Healthy Homes program works to creates resources that are helpful for parents, homeowners, renters and professionals to promote safe and healthy places to live.
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Phone: (336) 641-3771
News and Views
Consumer Awareness Week April 17th – 23rd The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. The CPSC is committed...March 26, 2013 0 Comments read more
Healthy Homes Related Awareness Months January National Radon Action Month (http://www.epa.gov/radon/nram/)
February National “Care About Your Indoor Air” Month Burn Awareness Week Burn Awareness
March Poisoning Prevention Awareness Month October 18, 2010 0 Comments read more
Frequently Asked Questions:August 3, 2009 0 Comments read more
Q. Why do healthy homes matter?
A. There are many health conditions that are influenced by your home, such as respiratory infections, asthma, injuries and burns, reactions to extreme cold and extreme heat, irritations, allergy, rashes, poisonings, asphyxiation, neurotoxic...