CDCU is working with some important partners like the University of Utah School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Intermountain Healthcare, ASSIST Inc., Salt Lake County, Habitat for Humanity, and others to implement the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative in Utah. For decades, CDCU has improved the health and safety of affordable housing for low-income families. But, with this expanded emphasis that can include a collaborative effort of key community resources like asthma specialists, health care providers, and others, we plan to leverage our expertise in housing rehabilitation and housing counseling to help even more people and families in a more holistic fashion that addressees many of the things in their homes that make them sick. It’s an exciting initiative, and if you want to learn more, email or give us a call.
Green and Healthy Homes
- CDC Blog
- Written by Darin Brush
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