University of Maryland Extension

Healthy & Safe Environments

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healthy-environments

Home Environmental Health Hazards

Addressing home health hazards is important to everyone. Home Environmental Health Hazards Topics Indoor Air Quality Asthma & Allergies Mold & Moisture Carbon Monoxide Lead Drinking Water Hazardous Household Products Pesticides Home Safety

Healthy Homes: Professional Development & Community Outreach Education

The Healthy Homes Program provides educational opportunities for both professionals and the community. Professional Development Healthy Homes for Community Health Workers Training Course Community Outreach Poison Look-a-Likes Healthy Homes Basics

Healthy Homes for Community Health Workers

Professional Development Healthy Homes for Community Health Workers Training Course Approach: Professional Development Training Course Audience: Home health care workers and supervisors Opportunity: UPCOMING TRAININGS: October 30th @ Wicomico County Available only to Wicomico County employees and...

Healthy & Safe Environments

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a challenge in our busy world. The University of Maryland Extension offers community outreach programs that help youth, individuals, and families make informed decisions about their health, housing and overall well-being.

The goals of UM Extension’s Healthy and Safe Environments Team programs are to improve personal and family health through awareness of indoor health hazards and strategies to improve indoor air and drinking water quality and safety measures.

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