Healthy Homes Committee
The Licking County Healthy Homes Coalition was formed in 2010, and is dedicated to insuring the residents of Licking County are provided with the necessary information and resources in order for them to live in a safe and healthy home. The group has developed an educational pamphlet that will be distributed by member agencies, and is continuing to research potential sources of funding to assist residents with remediation efforts. If you would like to join the coalition please contact Chad Brown, chairperson, at 740-349-6535 or email@example.com
Keep it dry, Keep it clean, Keep it safe, Keep it in good condition, Keep bugs and pests out, Keep harmful substances out
Housing conditions can significantly impact a person's health. From lead paint exposure for children, to trip and fall hazards for seniors, to asthma triggers for asthmatics, to the negative health effects caused by mold. All of these issues can cause serious illnesses and reduce your overall quality of life. More information on Healthy Homes>>
Healthy Homes Coalition Members
2-1-1/Pathways of Central Ohio - Pathways operates the 2-1-1 Crisis Hotline & Information Center for Licking and Knox counties. Referrals can be obtained by dialing 2-1-1 or 740-345-4357 or searching their on-line directory here.
Licking County Builing Codes Department - The department is responsible for the enforcement of building codes for all residential and commercial projects throughout the majority of Licking County. (740) 349-6671.
Licking County Planning Commission - The LCPC exists to form the partnerships that will help make the future of Licking County as bright as possible (740)670-5200.
LEADS - LEADS is a private non-profit corporation that provides immediate assistance and lasting solutions for people in need. (740) 349-8606
Licking County Habitat for Humanity - The Habitat program is about home ownership and providing a long-term solution designed to break the poverty cycle.
Licking County Coalition for Housing - Our mission is to provide a community forum, to assess housing resources, to identify problems, and to create solutions through collaboration.