Funding for researchers and nonprofit organizations for innovative children’s environmental health research and implementing that research in the community.
Assessments of schools for asbestos hazards, health risks and education.
Teacher training to develop curriculum on environmental health topics.
Consultations for clinicians caring for patients with lead poisoning and environmental health issues
Videos specifically for childcare centers and schools on environmental health topics.
This program screens patients for environmental risks and automatically provides them and their healthcare providers with printed counseling materials.
STEER is an NIEHS funded program of course work, field experience and mentorship for K-12 science teachers.
The most effective ways to improve your indoor air are to reduce or remove the sources of pollutants and to ventilate with clean outdoor air….
Click the link to explore how to create an inexpensive and effective DIY air filter for your home or classroom!
A new program of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health will provide air purifiers to local schools and early childhood education center at no cost.
Built to Last includes critical home repairs, health and safety improvements, and energy efficiency and rooftop solar to lower utility costs. Clients must qualify under eligibility criteria.
This toolkit is for clinicians to be able to provide simple, evidenced-based steps to families on how to reduce toxic exposures in their daily lives.
Help improve children’s overall health by talking to them about air quality and limiting their outdoor activities on Code Orange and Red air quality days.
Mobile App allows users to identify and report specific problems with building conditions in Philadelphia schools.
Enter your zip code to see how the air quality in your neighborhood ranks with the rest of the country.
Video to see how indoor air quality impacts health and view recommendations on maintaining good air quality at home.
To enhance basic research skills that pertain to children’s environmental health, we will strongly encourage early-stage investigators and researchers to enroll in workshops and continuing education courses.
Air Fresheners can be sources of toxic chemicals in your home. Use this database to identify the least toxic air fresheners you can use to keep your home asthma and allergy friendly!
Where can volatile organic chemicals be found in your home? Find out where they are and how to lower your family’s exposure.
Use the map linked on the webpage to identify current and past hazardous waste cleanup sites in your community.
For free counseling on quitting smoking and/or medication to help quit, call 1-800- QUITNOW or visit this website.
Sign up for air quality alerts, so you’ll know when to keep children and vulnerable adults inside.
Philadelphia residents can request a free smoke detector installed by the Fire Department. You can call 311 or visit this website.
The CEET has established a pipe-line into careers in the environmental health sciences that spans high-school students to advanced career training.