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Children's Environmental Health Network

The Children’s Environmental Health Network is a federal and state tax-exempt non-profit national organization with a multidisciplinary mission involving protecting the fetus and children from environmental health hazards and promoting a healthy environment. It promotes sound child-focused national policy; raises public awareness of environmental hazards to children; educates health professionals and policy makers; and stimulates prevention-oriented research. It provides the Training Manual on Pediatric Environmental Health and also a resource guide of related programs, projects and organizations. The Children’s Environmental Health Network has a resource guide on children’s environmental health organizations, which includes approximately 140 entries.

Healthy Schools Network

The Healthy Schools Network is a national not-for-profit environmental health information, education and research organization dedicated to making the environment safe and healthy for children in the school setting. It partners with a variety of other organizations to carry out its mission.

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