Register: California Healthy Housing Coalition 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting

Join PHI's Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP) program at the Calfornia Healthy Housing Coalition’s Virtual Annual Meeting, held on April 15-16, from 9:00am-12:30pm each day.

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As the pandemic continues, people are spending more time in their homes–and housing conditions have never been more important. This is especially vital for those with asthma. Sheltering in place can mean increased exposure to indoor asthma triggers like pests and mold, while COVID safety protocols could limit or delay inspections, repairs and other services.

Join PHI’s Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP) program at the California Healthy Housing Coalition’s Virtual Annual Meeting, held on April 15-16, from 9:00am-12:30pm each day.

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Gathering lessons learned over the last year of the pandemic, this year’s meeting will include sessions about the housing challenges people are facing in our communities as well as strategies that advocates, service providers, and code enforcement staff have developed to address housing issues safely. Additionally, asthma stakeholders may be interested in a presentation on housing preservation policies that can be used to improve housing conditions, a discussion on equitably electrifying buildings (including reducing the use of natural gas), and a training covering tenants’ rights and code enforcement strategies related to indoor air quality.


  • April 15th 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • April 16th 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


  • $25 for both days
  • $15 for one day
  • Scholarships can be requested at registration

Location: Online

The meeting will include:

April 15th:

  • Guest speakers covering:
    • State of state policy
    • Strategies on doing healthy housing work during COVID
  • Workgroup meetings – Habitability, Lead Poisoning Prevention, and Indoor Air Quality Workgroups

April 16th:

  • Guest speakers covering:
    • Equitable building electrification
    • Housing preservation strategies to improve housing condition
  • Training: Indoor Air Quality covering:
    • IAQ and health
    • Tenants’ rights
    • Code enforcement
    • Resources

Meeting Registration Deadline: April 12th

Details and registration information are available here

For additional information contact Brandon Kitagawa at

PHI’s RAMP is one of the founding members of the coalition, chairs the coalition’s steering committee, and provides overall coordination.

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