NCHH

AcronymDefinition
NCHHNational Center for Healthy Housing
NCHHNational Campaign for Hearing Health
NCHHNational Coalition on Housing and Homelessness (Canada)
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NCHH director, Rebecca Morley, said, "Cutting edge housing professionals are heading off liability, maintenance and repair costs by incorporating healthy housing principles into their practices.
Some of the deadliest hazards in the home environment cannot be seen or smelled," said Rebecca Morley, executive director of NCHH.
We salute NCHH and their efforts to focus the attention of our legislators on hearing health issues," said Joe Karp, director of business alliances for Wynd Communications.
At houses 2 and 3, Neighborhood Housing Services of New Orleans selected the contractors and supervised the activities, with support from the NCHH and Urban Renovation Consultants.
The NCHH itself, for example, was formerly the National Center for LeadSafe Housing; it changed its name in 1999 to reflect its increasingly broader scope.
Official NCHH policy is that no exposure to any source of lead is good, however.
NEHA, NCHH, and ASHI are very excited about this collaboration among our associations.
NCHH develops scientifically valid and practical strategies to make homes safe from hazards, to alert low-income families about housing-related health risks, and to help them protect their children.
NCHH is a nonprofit organization based in Columbia, Maryland.