Why Should Healthy Housing Solutions Be Your Agency’s Small Business Contractor?

Solutions knows how to produce results!

We can strengthen your capacity to build trained workforces, provide practical solutions to planning and management needs, and conduct high-quality applied research and program evaluation.


Certified Small Business since 2003
DUNS: 140318168
CAGE Code: 3PMU2
NAICS: 541611, 541618, 541620, 541690, 541720, 541990, 561920, 611430
PSC Codes: AH11, AK11, B545, B510, AJ3, U008, R408, R405, R406, R425


GSA Contract #47QRAA18D00H1:
MAS 541620 – Environmental Consulting Services
MAS 611430 – Professional and Management Development Training


Over 29,000 trained professionals in the fields of public health, housing, building performance, nursing, and government officials.

A national network of 33 training organizations to rapidly respond to federal training needs.

A major influencer for the Federal Strategy to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures and Eliminate Associated Health Impacts and the principles of a healthy home.

Partnerships that generated the “Healthy Homes Evaluator” certification and CEUs.

Capacity-building in vulnerable communities through training of local community health workers.

High-quality, nationally representative survey and environmental data that lead to policy change, based on expertise in protocol design, successful OMB “Information Collection Requests,” and multisite field data collection.

Program evaluations and literature searches that identify valid measures, best practices, and sustainable approaches to improve the effectiveness of grant programs.

Grants management systems to increase efficiency of online data entry and reporting by grantees and support agency reports to Congress.

Evidence-based health indicators and development tools to channel health improvement investments to the right communities (e.g., Healthy Communities Index, an online Healthy Communities Assessment Tool, and strategies to include community-building activities in hospitals’ community benefits spending).

Evidence-based models for service delivery through program guidance manuals, webinars, and in-service training for agencies to reduce costs, build community partnerships, and improve effectiveness.


A small business with research, training, and strategic planning expertise.

  • Our environmental and public health specialties include lead poisoning prevention, surveillance, and case management; injury prevention for seniors; asthma; smoke-free housing; and healthcare financing.
  • Our housing and community development specialties include residential assessment, lead-safe work practices, radon and other indoor air quality issues, energy efficiency, and integrated pest management.

The flexibility to take on new challenges with a nationwide network of over 40 subject matter experts recognized by the American Public Health Association, the World Health Organization, Pest Control Technology magazine, and others.

Thirteen training courses created by certified professionals in learning and instructional design with experience in ADDIE and SAM design processes and the needs of adult learners.

Training infrastructure (e.g., the Litmos Train Ops Learning Management System tailored to partners’ needs for online registration, fee collection, course calendars, supply distribution, evaluation, and issuance of certificates and CEUs).

More than 10 years of strategic partnerships with industry leaders, including the National Environmental Health Association, the Building Performance Institute, the Northeastern IPM Center, and NeighborWorks America. Ongoing teaming partnerships with ICF, Inc.; Westat; Karna, LLC; and Deloitte.

Ability to leverage our parent organization’s (National Center for Healthy Housing, a 501[c][3] nonprofit) 25 years of expertise in children’s health and healthy housing, long recognized by HUD, CDC, EPA, and DOE for its leadership.

HUD’s Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes:

  • Since FY 2004, three mission support IDIQ contracts (#PHI-00931, #PHI-01067, DU203NP-15-D-06) with 20 task order awards totaling $10.9 million and a $1.8 million competitive contract for evaluations, research, training, policy guidance documents, and toolkits.

CDC’s Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Branch (now known as the Lead Poisoning Prevention Program):

  • Since FY 2004, over $8.2 million in revenues from sole source contracts, multiyear mission support IDIQ contract task orders (#200-2010-37369), and subcontracts for training, field research, and pilot projects.

State and city contracts:

  • Since FY 2004, a total of $285,000 for strategic planning (Michigan Department of Community Health; the Georgia Department of Human Resources; the City of Burlington, Vermont; and the City of Cincinnati, Ohio) and training (State of Ohio Health Department).

View Healthy Housing Solutions’ Capability Statement..