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Connecticut Children’s Healthy Homes Program


Connecticut Children’s Healthy Homes Program (CCHHP) is a State of Connecticut Department of Social Services (CTDSS) and United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grant funded project which is administered by the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center (CCMC). The goal of the program is to ensure housing units are lead safe and free of health and safety hazards while optimizing the use of available grant funds.


Under this program, TRC’s licensed staff conducted:

  • Various inspections/risk assessments for Lead-Based Paint (LBP) hazards and Healthy Home Interventions (HHI)
  • Provided subsequent specifications, management plans and bid packages for the abatement of LBP hazards and HHI
  • Conducted contractor bid walks and provided follow-up addenda
  • Construction supervision and monitoring of contract compliance, including change orders, conducted final visuals of LBP/HHI work
  • Provided subsequent lead clearance wipe testing for over 820 properties. These properties have ranged from one to 18 units and have been located within various Connecticut communities including Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bridgeport, Brookfield, East Haven, East Windsor, Enfield, Derby, Hartford, Manchester, Meriden, Naugatuck, New Britain, New Haven, Shelton, Stamford, Torrington, Vernon, Waterbury, West Hartford, Willimantic, Willington and Winsted


TRC has been consistently providing on-call professional services involving residential Lead-Based Paint (LBP) hazards and Healthy Homes Interventions (HHI) for the CCHHP since its inception in 2004 (formerly the “LAMPP” program) and is still retained under their current grant.

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