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Quality of Life
Last Updated: June 16, 2020
Quality of Life
Army Families have an enduring right to safe and healthy homes. The Army is committed to hearing and addressing all concerns and in April 2019 launched the Housing Environmental Health Response Registry (HEHRR).
Housing Social Media Messages and Posters
Help the U.S. Army Public Health Center amplify its messages about the HEHRR and healthy home content by customizing and sharing these messages on your social media platforms using the hashtag #ArmyHousingHealth.
Check back often to see what new content has been added!
***See healthy housing section for updates.
Tips for keeping a healthy home
Housing Environmental Health Response Registry
• The U.S. Army Medical Command established the HEHRR to address health or safety concerns of current or former #Army housing residents. Find out more:
• The HEHRR was established to serve as a two-way exchange of information. Give us a call today! 1-800-984-8523 #ArmyHousingHealth #ArmyQOL
• Do you have housing-related health and safety concerns? Find information about the HEHRR in every Army installation Community Resource Guide. #ArmyHousingHealth #ArmyQOL
• June is healthy homes month, prioritize making your home a safe living environment for you and your family. To ensure that your home is up to healthy home standards check out the Healthy Homes Maintenance checklist.
• Did you know your home could have hidden dangers effecting your family’s health? Check out the HUD booklet on how to help yourself to a healthy home.
• For many Soldiers and their Families, spring and summer bring not just warmer weather, but new orders and permanent change of station moves. Now is a good time to think about how to keep your home healthy and minimize housing hazard risks.
• To ensure that your home is up to healthy home standards, check out the Healthy Homes Maintenance checklist.
• Army Housing: