National Healthy Homes Month 2022

June is National Healthy Homes Month (NHHM), created by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes (OLHCHH). The 2022 campaign theme is “A Healthy Home at Any Age.” The campaign’s aim is “to increase awareness of housing-related health hazards, lead poisoning prevention, and the overall principles of a healthy home, especially for low-income populations” and to “encourage residents to take the actions and steps for safe and healthy homes.”

On June 22, 2022, Join Us for the #NHHMchat

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On June 22, the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) hosts its fourth annual National Healthy Homes Month-themed Twitter chat (#NHHMchat) to exchange ideas, spread awareness, and take action on home hazard prevention and implementing effective healthy homes policies. We’re again hosting the chat near the end National Healthy Homes Month to collect and amplify all the great healthy homes learning opportunities and resources that are shared throughout the month of June.

The 2022 #NHHMchat will be held Wednesday, June 22, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. PT). Registrants will receive the questions and other updates prior to the chat. Registrants may now sign up for the chat here.

Note: For the last several years, we have used the Twtvite tool for chat registration; however, Twtvite discontinued service this spring. If you registered for this year’s chat prior to May 2022, we ask that you re-register using the new link.

The #NHHMchat aims to accomplish:

  • Raise awareness of the importance of home assessments and their impact on health.
  • Discuss resources for local government, communities, property owners, and residents.
  • Encourage strategic partnerships, regulatory action, and policies that promote healthy homes and lead poisoning prevention.

To participate, follow along on June 22 when @NCHH posts questions starting at 3:00 p.m. ET. Share your thoughts and ideas on policies, data, practices, and resources for healthy homes.

Be sure to use #NHHMchat in your tweets, so the chat participants can easily follow you and others during this event.

Official NHHM2022 Campaign Materials

COMING SOON: Use the key materials and resources found in HUD OLHCHH’s National Healthy Homes Month Campaign Resource Toolkit to promote encourage local implementation.

Campaign Resource Toolkits

  • Campaign Resource Toolkit
  • Campaign Resource Mobile Toolkit
  • Suggested Social Messaging
    • Press Release
    • Proclamation

Banners and Posters

  • Square  |  Vertical  |  Horizontal

Healthy Homes Resources

  • About Lead: NCHH  |  HUD
  • About Radon: NCHH  |  HUD
  • About Carbon Monoxide: NCHH  |  HUD
  • About Integrated Pest Management: NCHH  |  HUD
  • About Home Safety: NCHH  |  HUD
  • About Asthma: NCHH  |  HUD
  • About Allergies: NCHH  |  HUD

From Last Year’s National Healthy Homes Month: Watch “Natural Allies: Partnering to Improve Health and the Environment Through Housing”

NHHM2021 Webinar Promo TWT

This webinar was originally broadcast June 1, 2021. Watch it on YouTube.

The leadoff webinar in HUD OLHCHH’s “The Power of Partnerships” series, Natural Allies, explored the reasons housing is often left out of conversations about improving our environment, what we can do about it, and why it matters for healthy housing. Major environmental groups have robust agendas related to climate change, clean water, and air quality; but, despite these common interests, they’re rarely in conversation or partnership with healthy housing practitioners. The panelists will identify opportunities for increased collaboration and discuss why it’s essential for advancing common goals related to the environment, healthy housing, health, and equity.

Presenters: Amanda Reddy, MS, Executive Director, National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH); Dan Chu, MS, Executive Director, Sierra Club Foundation; Surili Sutaria Patel, MS, Vice President, Metropolitan Group; and Tom Neltner, JD, CHMM, Chemicals Policy Director, Environmental Defense Fund.

View Our Past Chats

You can view Wakelet collections of NCHH’s past National Healthy Homes Month Twitter chats (#NHHMchat) below.