NCHH30 Throwback Thursday
Week 58: July 6, 2023
by Christopher Bloom
NCHH turns THIRTY this year, so we’re celebrating with a new “Throwback Thursday” photo each week.
Today’s throwback is a snapshot from May 13, 2015, of (left to right) NCHH’s Amanda Reddy with Katrin Kral and Tracy Washington Enger from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. They took a quick photo break while working on a suite of online training modules to equip communities with the knowledge and tools necessary to seek sustainable financing for home-based asthma services, which was released to the world as “Building Systems to Sustain Home-Based Asthma Services.” It’s a great learning tool, and we’re very proud of it.
Taking pride in your accomplishments doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep striving, however. In 2021, our friends from Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP) joined this project, and it’s been a wonderful partnership. (And no, we’re not just saying that.) Together, RAMP and NCHH have added additional modules and resources, including Unlocking the Power of Home-Based Asthma Services: Model Health Benefit Packages and Roadmap to Sustainable Asthma Home Visiting, which just came last week. Our interactive Roadmap tool allows users to blaze their own trail to success—taking advantage of our curated tools, recommendations, and best practices.
If you haven’t already checked out the newly expanded Building Systems to Sustain Home-Based Asthma Services, you really should.
See You Next Week
We hope that you’ve enjoyed this throwback in honor of our 30th anniversary. Remember that we’ll post a new throwback every Thursday morning at 9:04 a.m. on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter through September 2023. If you’ve missed a previous post, you can always reminisce with us via our NCHH30 gallery.
Christopher Bloom is NCHH’s communications and marketing manager. He joined NCHH in 2008 after nearly a decade in the real estate industry. In a previous role at NCHH, he coordinated a national Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) training program, one of the most successful in the nation. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Textual Studies from Syracuse University.