National Environmental
Health Promotion Network

The National Environmental Health Promotion Network (NEHPN) is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) funded project. This project will establish a network of subject matter experts in environmental health and emergency preparedness. The role of these network members includes but is not limited to:

  • Assisting with development of trainings and resources for use by public health professionals in environmental health response and all-hazards emergency preparedness
  • Receiving training in environmental health, all-hazards emergency preparedness, risk communication and outreach to vulnerable Populations
  • Serving as a liaison to the ATSDR regional offices, offering training and technical assistance as deemed necessary

Mission:

The National Environmental Health Promotion Network is dedicated to disseminating environmental health and all-hazards emergency preparedness tools and resources through training and education.

Vision:

The National Environmental Health Promotion Network is a nationally recognized partnership striving to improve the environmental health and all-hazards emergency preparedness of our communities.