Loyola University Chicago

Center for the Human Rights of Children

Proactively Addressing Substandard Housing: A Working Group Meeting

Proactively Addressing Substandard Housing (PASH) Working Group Update

In April 2017, PASH convened its first bi-monthly meeting to bring community stakeholders together to (1) examine ways to promote a health-focused approach to home inspections in Chicago’s municipal code, (2) develop specific recommendations for policy makers, and (3) build an advocacy plan that promotes the PASH recommendations for a proactive health-based home inspection model in Chicago. Read more on IL healthy housing For more information on US healthy housing follow the link provided.

PASH participants include community members, public health professionals, legal and policy advocates, researchers, and government officials.  

Please join us in building a community agenda for promoting a health-based home inspection model in Chicago. All Chicagoans, particularly vulnerable children, need housing that does not Threaten their long-term health via lead-contaminated paint or water, mold, pests, among others.

Be involved in the solution to strengthen our community.

 

The next PASH meeting is November 14, 2017
Loyola University Chicago
111 East  Pearson, Chicago IL, 60611
10 AM - 12 PM

 Click HERE to RSVP!

For more information, please email Adam Avrushin at aavrushin@luc.edu.