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  1. GHHI in Detroit Thursday, 17 May 2012

  2. Healthy Homes Work In Detroit • At-A-Glance – City Government • Mayor’s Office Commitment & Leadership • Historical Support • Mayor’s Task Lead-Based Paint Task Force • Community-Based Town Hall Meetings on Lead Poisoning Preventions • Strategic Plan To Eliminate Childhood Lead Poisoning • Commitment Through Partnership Support • Inter-Agency Support, Collaboration, & Resource Braiding • Detroit Health & Wellness Promotion • Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs • Planning And Development • Primary Prevention Through Home Repair • Lead Hazard Demonstration Grant • Building, Safety & Engineering • Safe Homes through Inspections & Enforcement

  3. At-A-Glance – Public/Private Partnership • Detroit Lead Partnership • Director’s Collaborative Lead Partnership • Governor’s “Call To Action” Task Force • Detroit-Wayne County Green & Healthy Homes Collaborative

  4. At-A-Glance – Key Historical Events • 2008 • The Kresge Foundation’s “Getting the Lead Out: Keeping Kids and Communities Safe” awards funds to support lead poisoning prevention. • Grantees included Wayne State University (database development), CLEARCorps Detroit (abatement), and DHWP (coordination). • Detroit/Wayne County Lead Collaborative founded. • 2010 • Conference of Mayors adopted a resolution supporting efforts to increase green and healthy housing. • The Kresge Foundation funds the operation and management of the Detroit-Wayne County GHHI Collaborative. • Expansion of Detroit/Wayne County GHHI Collaborative to include additional partner organizations. • 2009 • National Council of Foundations discusses coordination of funding and activities related to lead poisoning, weatherization, and other housing efforts. • Foundation representatives announce a national government-philanthropic effort: The Green and Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI). • Detroit/Wayne County Lead Collaborative Partners become the Detroit-Wayne County Green and Healthy Homes Collaborative.

  5. At-A-Glance – Core Partners • Philanthropic • The Kresge Foundation • The Skillman Foundation • City of Detroit • Mayor’s Office • Planning & Development • Health & Wellness Promotion • Buildings and Safety Engineering & Environmental • Human Services • Wayne County • Prosecutor’s Office • Health Department • Non-Profit • CLEARCorps Detroit • WARM • Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice • Academic • Wayne State University

  6. At-A-Glance – Detroit-Wayne County GHHI Compact • Partner Signature of Support • Commitment to collaboration amongst local State and federal agencies • Increase effectiveness of housing strategies • Leverage investment in weatherization and energy efficiency with strategies with Healthy Homes and lead hazard reduction interventions • Healthier, more energy efficient homes • Higher quality green jobs • Increased economic opportunities for residents

  7. Signatories • Dave Bing, City of Detroit • Robert Ficano, Wayne County • Kym Worthy, Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office • Rip Rapson, The Kresge Foundation • Carol A. Goss, The Skillman Foundation • Ruth Ann Norton, Green and Healthy Homes Initiative • Mary Sue Schottenfels, CLEARCorps Detroit • Robert Anderson, Detroit Planning & Development • Ursula Holland, Detroit Department of Human Services • Michael Taylor, Detroit Buildings and Safety Engineering & Environmental • Loretta V. Davis, Department of Health & Wellness Promotion • DTE Energy

  8. At-A-Glance – • Detroit-Wayne County GHHI Work Plan • Provides roadmap To A successful Initiative • Identifies current and prospective local resources that support the GHHI model • Summarizes roles of key GHHI partners • Provides timetable for housing goals benchmarks to be accomplished

  9. At-A-Glance – Asset Map • Comprehensive list of partners and assets: • Target area investment • City of Detroit investment • Gap Analysis: • Pre-intervention barriers • Green workforce development

  10. At-A-Glance – Philanthropic Funded Pilot Project • Healthy Homes Pilot • Funded: Kresge and Skillman Foundations • Target Area – North End Community • Core services to target clients: • Assessment • Identify • Improve home health conditions

  11. Pilot Project Target Area

  12. At-A-Glance – HUD Healthy Homes Project • HUD Funded • Project Length 2011 through 2013 • Program Goals: • Make 120+ homes healthy and safe • Align partner resources • Build community awareness • Develop a replicable model • Program Stats: • Successful Benchmarks to date (“In the green”)

  13. HHD Target Pilot Area expanded to the west of M-10 (Lodge)

  14. At-A-Glance – Detroit Works/Lead Grant

  15. At-A-Glance – Braiding Of Resources Example • HUD HHP Grant -$999,995 • Kresge Foundation ASHHI Grant Proposal - $750,000 • Kresge and Skillman Foundations Pilot Grant $140,000 • DWEJ/Young Detroit Builders/United Way Talent Hub GHHI Workforce Development grant through Open Societies Foundation - $200,000 • GHHI/OSF-Training - $200,000 • GHHI Open Societies Foundation -$61,500 • (up to $1,200 per house for up to 50 houses) • EPA Outreach Grant $81,392

  16. BRAIDING RESOURCES: Partnerships Make the Difference • Lead Grants with Detroit Planning and Development & MDCH • Boarding up homes with WSU Center for Urban Studies • Home Energy Consultations with DTE Energy • Smoke and CO Detectors from Children’s Hospital • Home Repair Grants with Citizens Bank • Weatherization State Of Michigan • Asthma Home Visits by the Asthma & Allergy Foundation/MI • Case Management for children with an EBL for the Detroit DHWP • Lead training for HHD clients with Southwest Detroit Env. Vision

  17. Expanding & Strengthening GHHI • Citywide GHHI • Stronger and more collaboration • Expanding braiding of resources • Barrier Busting

  18. HHD: TANGIBLE RESULTS

  19. VISUAL IMPACTS: Healthier Home=Healthier Kids!

  20. There is interest in expanding the Detroit GHHI into a city-wide project with a second demonstration area • Discussions are underway now about what might be the second demonstration area • The major candidate neighborhoods include Southwest Detroit and Osborn • The next several slides provide boundaries for potential expansion neighborhoods Expansion of GHHI City-wide

  21. HUD-Purple ASHHI-WhiteCurrent CLEARCorps Detroit Target Areas

  22. Skillman Foundation Target Areas

  23. Kresge Foundation Target Areas

  24. Detroit Works Demonstration Areas

  25. Skillman-Blue Kresge-GreenDetroit Works-Yellow ASHHI-WhiteAll Four Target Areas

  26. Thank you for helping to make homes in Detroit safer, healthier, and more energy efficient!

  27. DISCUSSION