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COALITION TO END CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING / GREEN & HEALTHY HOMES INITIATIVE
The Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning (Coalition) is a national non-profit organization that creates, implements, and promotes programs and policies to eradicate childhood lead poisoning, reduce asthma episodes and further the creation of green, healthy and lead-safe homes. The Coalition was originally founded in 1986 as Parents Against Lead, a grassroots volunteer effort.
Purpose | Product | Service
The Coalition manages local direct services programs that include housing interventions and is a leading provider of public policy and technical assistance services to government agencies, non-profits, and philanthropy. The Coalition leads the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI), in 17 sites across the nation, working in collaboration with local and federal agencies, and philanthropic partners to align, braid, and coordinate activities. Each site involves stakeholders from government, philanthropy, and service providers and conducts in-home interventions, resident education and worker training/certification. The Coalition provides technical support, tools, training, policy recommendations, and strategies in order to achieve innovations in government that reduce expenses and create wealth retention in communities.
Location2714 Hudson Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
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